For the first time in 15 years, Israel's censorship board has banned a film from being shown. The film, Jenin-Jenin, concerns last spring's Israeli offensive in the Jenin refugee camp and portrays Israeli soldiers as war criminals. The censorship decision has sparked an outcry in Israel. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.
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