Our Boys (II) (TV Mini-Series 2019)

TV Mini-Series   |  Drama


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In the summer of 2014, three Jewish teenagers are kidnapped and murdered by Hamas militants. Israel is shocked, shaken and furious. Two days later, the burned body of a Palestinian teenager... See full summary »


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31 August 2019 | itaysidar
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Israeli acts of nationalist-based murders against Arabs are very rare, condemned by the overwhelming majority of Israelis, and the murderers are considered heroes only by a mere handful. Such murderers are not considered brave, they are not considered as soldiers fighting for a just cause, and the Israeli public despises them. Such acts not only that are rare, they are the opposite policy of the Israeli government and parliament, On the other hand, at the Arab side, it is 180 degrees different. IMHO, the series creators intentionally do not convey this information to the viewers, and this is why I recommend to not watch it. My fear is that this series will promote unjust hatred towards Israel, hatred that could lead to more terrorist attacks against it. Blood of future terror victims could be on the hands of those who watch this series and so encouraging other filmmakers produce similar series.

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Release Date:

12 August 2019

Language

Hebrew, Arabic


Country of Origin

USA, Israel

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