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Israel Bans Film about Jenin Refugee Camp
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Israel Bans Film about Jenin Refugee Camp

Israel Bans Film about Jenin Refugee Camp

Israel Bans Film about Jenin Refugee Camp
Only Available in Archive Formats.

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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