How Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Reporting Became The TV Series 'Fauda' After years as a reporter, Avi Issacharoff co-created an action series about an elite unit of the Israeli military whose members work undercover in the West Bank. 'Fauda' is now streaming on Netflix.

Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews 'Searching,' starring John Cho.
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How Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Reporting Became The TV Series 'Fauda'

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How Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Reporting Became The TV Series 'Fauda'

How Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Reporting Became The TV Series 'Fauda'

How Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Reporting Became The TV Series 'Fauda'

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After years as a reporter, Avi Issacharoff co-created an action series about an elite unit of the Israeli military whose members work undercover in the West Bank. 'Fauda' is now streaming on Netflix.

Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews 'Searching,' starring John Cho.