Disturbing the Peace
Disturbing the Peace

The New York Times Critic’s Pick Disturbing the Peace follows Israeli soldiers and Palestinian fighters who have decided to join together as nonviolent peace activists and demand an end to the conflict. They form a grassroots organization called Combatants for Peace, which inspires a movement to disrupt the Israeli occupation and all forms of violence in Israel and Palestine.

Year: 2016

Time: 86 minutes

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