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Israeli Arabs: What is your message to Palestinians that don’t believe in peace?

Israeli Arabs: What is your message to Palestinians that don’t believe in peace?

Upper Nazareth You are a Christian Arab you grew up with Muslms
Jews and Christians What message would you
give Palestinians in the West Bank or outside the region who say “Jews and Arabs
can’t live together” I can understand them because they are in a different reality sometimes imagination is
something hard to do we can’t imagine sometimes but we can work on our imagination and present some realities of how Jews and Arabs can exist
in one place together There are certain conditions that should be respectful from both sides to live with each other Yes, I think I would tell them that these things exist Sadly it is not that much but it does exist and I prefer that it exists You are leading to what I
wanted to I know because I heard you say… It exists in specific places I know you are critical of
what people call coexistence and shared cities because it seems a little
bullshitty It is mostly because this thing
doesn’t really exist Give me an example of something
you think is true coexistence Jewish-Arab political activism together from what would replace
that exists Two parties together does exist You mean Hadash as a political party For example, yes Yes, if you like it or not This party is very concise We work together for this place
to be better for both sides because nobody is going to leave everybody is stuck here We need to study
how to live with each other and respect each other’s
backgrounds and history what’s happened to us here for both sides But it does exist, yes
it does exist I hope it will be
much better in the future There are those in places
like Ramallah that say “no, we don’t want peace” On your hand, not
every finger is the same There are people Ibrahim
Arara everyone has his own situation in his thoughts in his thoughts For us, peace is the best for all of us Peace is the best You say peace More than peace, what is there? Peace is good
Peace is God It’s a political question
but I will ask anyways Do you believe in peace
between Jews and Arabs? Does that touch on politics,
I don’t know Yes, please is not political Wassim
Haifa You believe in peace
however you define it is fine If you were speaking
to Palestinians in the West Bank who let’s say, don’t believe in peace who say “we don’t see…”
“we don’t trust the Jews” “you can’t trust them”
“we don’t want peace at all” What is your message as someone that lives with Jews what is your message to them? My message could be to people like that on
both sides (Jews and Arabs) as long as you haven’t met you shouldn’t come to conclusions That’s number one Secondly as long as I don’t know
their point of view I should continue and
try to understand them because I am not in their place for sure they are going through something that I don’t know what exactly and that applies to both sides Whether I ask someone Jewish or Arab here with an extreme opinion that opinion took shape in some way for some reason because, I don’t know Because of problems they are having It is not because they are stupid It is not because they love to hate so in short, my answer is have patience, wait learn a little more understand what the other went through and get to know more people not On the other side Getting to know people
is not reading the newspaper Getting to know people is
making friends it is also not just eating hummus
(together) in Jaffa It means getting to know people know their problems what they want, what they love what they hate, what they wish for how they live their lives each day their major problems their loves, their disappointments The things that we all have in common both a Palestinian in Ramallah an extremist (Jew) in Bnai Brak whatever We all have… We all have the same shit in the end We all suffer from the same pains more or less and we all have the same dreams Same dreams Yes, in general, to be happy to love Ola
Arara I believe that we live in one place We live together I think that we have to deal with that We have to find a solution for these things not only the conflict We have to take our rights and you have to get your rights We don’t learn in our language
– In university Yes, in university Everything is in Hebrew This is a small thing Second thing you don’t feel you are a part of this place I don’t feel it
I don’t feel I have an identity I don’t have a flag I don’t feel that I don’t feel anything is connected to me here Because everything is Zionist and Jewish Yes You don’t identify with the Palestinian flag? I do I do I am not judging I do identify with them and this is a problem here we have to feel the Jewish state in your own not my country but my own place I am in my homeland and I feel in my state
but I am connected to another part of this country but they all the time have war Do you have a solution for that? How both sides can feel they belong Treat us as equal Let’s start from this point that we are equal to other people We are not I don’t… First of all, I don’t say I am Israeli I am not You can say something from the side
I won’t film you Like we are dealing now together You are Jewish and I am Muslim I am Palestinian and you are Israeli but we are dealing with each other We have a connection We have of equality, we talked about this before I am not giving you words
we actually talked about this before It’s not about the people It’s the government It’s the work of the government If you could speak to
Palestinians in the West Bank who don’t believe that
Jews and Arabs can get along do you have a message? They have their own thoughts No, do you have a message to them because you live with Jews you study with Jews Do I have a message to them? I don’t know Is it possible to live with them? It is possible
they are humans as humans but they have their own their own problems their own case We have the same case but we deal with it in a different way than them Do you think they should deal with
it in a way closer to your way? meaning… They are not really like us
that is why West Bank Palestinians aren’t
treated the same way as Israeli Arabs because they don’t have rights that they don’t have the same rights? They are not facing…. They don’t face the same things You work here at the mall
You work with Jews Do you have Jewish friends? Yes All my friends are Jews Mohammad
Ramle So what is your message to Palestinians over there, in the West Bank that never met a Jew
and they hate Jews that only hear about war all the time I don’t know what to say to them Ok, do you think Muslims
and Jews can get along? Yes No, I don’t know Every one… Every one? Every one with his own thoughts But you can, you have friends… I can I can Even if you have different views I believe in my views I can get along with anyone It doesn’t matter who You work with Jews? Do you have Jewish friends? Every day. We live with Jews
I even married a Russian woman My wife is Russian From a Jewish background?
– Yes Yussef and Migdad
Kfar Qassem What is your message to Palestinians
on the other side who say that we cannot get along We can get along, right? Of course we can get along there is no such thing as
not getting along Do you have a message
– Of course! Start living and leave aside the politics So we can Of course Yay Jamil
Umm al Fahm I direct my message to those
who say coexistence is impossible I work here in the Umm al Fahm
(art) Gallery we see a lot of people
who show their true will that coexistence is possible Jews come here
– Yes killing and fighting isn’t the only solution there is another solution which
is to sit at the same table face to face and talk we met a lot of people
who became interested in getting to know us and our job here is to
introduce ourselves properly and not to let go of our
heritage and history and that’s why I think it
is very important for both sides to sit at the same table and talk because there is another way
not by killing and harming others They (Palestinians) say they have
been talking for 20 years and the situation is worse So? We wouldn’t lose hope that coexistence is possible It is possible that we will
have coexistence maybe both sides won’t live together in exactly the same place but coexistence will be going on
between the two sides What do you mean
“not in the same place”? Meaning an Arab town and a Jewish town We won’t necessarily be next
door neighbours but we will always be together in some way That’s why we won’t lose hope because it could be in the same state or outside the state

64 Replies to “Israeli Arabs: What is your message to Palestinians that don’t believe in peace?”

  • Steven Demonnin says:

    This is such a great video. Great folks too.

  • Middle East TRUTH says:

    ————————————— THE FACTS AND HISTORY —————————————

    There has never been such a country called Palestine. Israel was RE-formed on land previously ruled by the Ottoman empire, similarly to other countries in the region such as Lebanon, Iraq and others. There is no such thing as "Palestinian people". It's worth noting that newspapers such as the 'Palestine post' were Jewish newspapers (this one for example turned into the 'Jerusalem post'). This is also true about other official "Palestine" related stuff from the time before Israel was RE-formed. If you happened to say "Palestinian" before the RE-formation of Israel, you were actually referring to the Hebrews living in the land, not the Arabs. Take a look at this flag book from 1939 (3rd row on the right): imgur.com/a/4hlH2

    The term "Palestine" was later discarded, as it should have been, because the original name for the land – Israel, has been restored (it's simple: Israel is not Palestine, just like Jerusalem is not Aelia-Capitolina, and Schem is not Nablus).
    It is only in the mid 1960's that the Arabs hijacked the term, and its widespread usage only took off after the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. the Arabs used this terminology as a political propaganda tool to de-legitimize Israel, after they failed to steal the Hebrew homeland by force with the Arab armies, by invading and attempting to conquer the land. Ironically, the term "Palestinian" originate from the term 'Pleshet' to describe INVADERS by the Hebrews. Those who willingly identify as "Palestinians" are declaring themselves to be invaders/colonizers in Hebrew land.
    It's important to note that his propaganda tool was supported by the Communists/Soviets. On the other hand, just a few decades before that, the Arab "Palestinians" were hand in hand with the Nazis. They have aided them under the leadership of the mufti Amin Al Husseini – who is often regarded 'founding father' of the Arab "Palestinians". Mufti Amin Al Husseini became an SS general, but he had anti-jewish genocidal ideology long before the Nazis rose the power. He has incited and caused violence and terror against the Jewish people in their homeland since the early 1920's (for example: causing the 1929 Hebron massacre).

    Yasser Arafat, the first official "Palestinian" leader was an Arab from Egypt, who was born and raised in Egypt and lived there till the 1950's – some "Palestinian" eh?
    Arab "Palestinians" are nothing more than bands of foreign Arab invaders and illegal immigrants from all over the Arab and Islamic world (some of them even originating from places that are not part of the middle-east, such as Bosnia). Most of them came as recent as the 19th and 20th centuries. As for those who were before that – most of those were Arab Bedouins who are Arab nomadic tribes who did not permanently settle in places, and thus did not stay for prolonged periods of time. Many Arabs even came to Gaza, Judea and Samaria from Egypt and Jordan while these areas were under Egyptian and Jordanian occupation on the periods between 1948 to 1967.

    Here are some very informative and interesting quotes directly Arab "Palestinian" leaders:

    "There is no such country as Palestine. 'Palestine' is a term the Zionists invented. There is no Palestine in the bible …Palestine is ALIEN to us" – Arab "Palestinian" leader Awni Abdul-Hadi, Peel Commission, 1937.

    "The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct "Palestinian people" to oppose Zionism. Yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity exists only for tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan." – Arab "Palestinian" leader & PLO member Zuheir Mohsen, 1977.

    "We all have Arab roots, and every Palestinian in Gaza and throughout Palestine can prove his Arab roots – whether from Saudi Arabia, Yemen or anywhere else." "… Half the Palestinians are (Arab) Egyptians and the other half are (Arab) Saudis" – Arab "Palestinian" Hamas minister Fathi Hammad, 2012.

    Here are some of the most common family names among the "Palestinians":
    "Masri" = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word "masri" littelery means "the egyptian" in arabic !).
    "Khamis"= Bahrain "Salem Hanna Khamis" "al-Faruqi"= Mosul, Iraq
    "al-Araj" = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty "Hussein al-Araj"
    "al Lubnani" = the Lebanese
    "al-Mughrabi" = the Moroccan (Maghreb" – meaning "West" in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
    "al-Djazair" = the Algerian
    "al-Yamani" = the Yemeni "Issam Al Yamani"
    "al-Afghani" = the Afghan
    "al-Hindi" = the Indian "Amin al-Hindi"
    "Iraqi" = from Iraq.
    "halabi" = from Aleppo, Syria
    "El Baghdadi" = from Baghdad Iraq.
    "Tarabulsi"= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
    "Hourani" = Houran Syria.
    "al-Husayni" = Saudi Arabia.
    "Saudi" = Saudi Arabia.
    "Metzarwah"= Egypt.
    "Barda—wil" = "Salah Bardawil" HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
    "Nashashibi" = Syria.
    "Bushnak" = Bosnia
    "zoabi"= from Iraq: "Haneen Zoabi".
    "Turki" = Turkey "Daud Turki"
    "al-Kurd" = Kurdistan.
    "Haddadins" = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
    "Arab Abu-Kishk" = Egypt.(Bedouins)
    "Arab al shakirat" = Egypt (Bedouins)
    "Arab al zabidat" = Egypt (Bedouins)
    "Arab al aramsha" = Egypt (Bedouins)
    "Abu Sitta" = In Arabic' Abu means father and sitta means six. Translated it actually means father of six. (The Abu Sitta family primarily received this name because around the year 1700, a well known knight of the large Al-Tarabeen tribe always had six slaves (i.e. fedawyah, bodyguards), 3 on each side, with him. They were with him wherever he went, day or night. Hence the name "ABU SITTA." = Egypt (Bedouins) "Salman Abu Sitta ".)

    Even Yasser Arafat, the most famous "Palestinian" and leader of the P.L.O terrorist organization, was not native to Judea. He called himself a "Palestinian refugee" but spoke Arabic with an Egyptian accent. He was born in 1929 Cairo, Egypt. He served in the Egyptian army, studied in the University of Cairo, and lived in Cairo until 1956! His full name was Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini. "Al-Qudwa" tribe origin?

    Yasser Arafat also proudly stated in his authorized biography that, "If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them."

    Here is some genetic data for Arab "Palestinian":
    According to a 2010 study by Behar et al. titled "The genome-wide structure of the Jewish people", Palestinians tested clustered genetically close to Bedouins, Jordanians and Saudi Arabians which was described as "consistent with a common origin in the Arabian Peninsula".
    A study found that the Palestinians, have what appears to be Female-Mediated gene flow in the form of Maternal DNA Haplogroups from Sub-Saharan Africa. Palestinian individuals tested, carried maternal haplogroups that originated in Sub-Saharan Africa. The most likely explanation for the presence of predominantly female lineages of African origin in these areas is that they may trace back to women brought from Africa as part of the Arab slave trade, assimilated into the areas under Arab rule.
    In a genetic study of Y-chromosomal STRs in two populations from Israel and the Palestinian Authority Area: Christian and Muslim Palestinians showed genetic differences.
    A 2013 study of Haber and et al. found that "The predominantly Muslim populations of Syrians, Palestinians and Jordanians cluster on branches with other Muslim populations as distant as Morocco and Yemen."
    The authors explained that "religious affiliation had a strong impact on the genomes of the Levantines. In particular, conversion of the region's populations to Islam appears to have introduced major rearrangements in populations' relations through admixture with culturally similar but geographically remote populations leading to genetic similarities between remarkably distant populations."
    The authors also reconstructed the genetic structure of pre-Islamic Levant and found that "it was more genetically similar to Europeans than to (nowadays) Middle Easterners".


    Let us now see what the Quran itself says:
    And thereafter We (Allah) said to the Children of Israel: 'Dwell securely in the Promised Land. And when the last warning will come to pass, we will gather you together in a mingled crowd." [Qur'an 17 : 104]
    "O my people (the Hebrews)! Enter the Holy Land, which God has assigned unto you", [Qur'an: 5 : 21]
    "We (Allah) settled the Israelites in a blessed land and provided them with good things". [Qur'an: 10 : 93]
    "it was Our (Allah's) will to favor those who were oppressed (the Hebrews) and to make them leaders of man, to bestow on them a noble heritage and to give them power in the land (of Israel)". [Qur'an: 28 : 5-6]
    "We (Allah) gave the persecuted people (the Hebrews) dominion over the eastern and western lands which We had blessed (the east and west banks of the Jordan River). Thus your Lord's gracious word was fulfilled for the Israelites, because they had endured with fortitude [Qur'an: 7 : 137]

    It's funny how so many Muslims go against Allah and the Quran when it suits them.

  • Paul S says:

    another reason to give the Arab parts of Israel to the Palestinians in land swap that one girl will never assimilate.

  • Avraham Yeuda says:

    They live in paradise but they still bitter. That the pride of Muslims that can't live under other religion

  • Humans Suck says:

    The two state solution – a Hebrew state: Israel (which includes Judea and Samaria of course, which the very heart of the Hebrew homeland) and an Arab "Palestinian" state: Jordan which is the real "Palestine" given the fact it sits on almost 80% of the "Mandatory Palestine" and that the overwhelming majority of its population is composed of "Palestinian" Arabs. Note that Jordan is almost 4 times bigger than Israel, and that they also have over 20 other Arab states and almost 60 MusIim states.

  • Stive Rosen says:

    Arabic has no 'P". Thus they cant say palestine.

  • Paul S says:

    ask them if they would join Iran if invaded or will they help defend.

  • Eden Bentzion says:

    שלום לכולם בישראל.

  • The Ringmaster says:

    I realize that the following is off topic – but I’m wondering why it is that there are subtitles atop subtitles in these videos, both in English. I have the hardest time trying to read them at times as some of the words blend together against the background in a soupy mess of alphabet nonsense…thus, the distraction has made watching less than ideal…when it’s a narrator response or question, it’s also mushed together, as said mess then causes me to miss parts of the interaction – I’m really interested in and enjoy these vids (with the exception of this issue) – any chance that there might be a single set – or at least separated by at least standard margins – of English subtitles on the horizon? 😉

  • Bianca Ben Or says:

    These comments are so hateful and stupid and definitely not representative of most Israeli sentiment… most of the people gave wonderful answers and were very respectful unlike the idiots who are commenting things causing more division than peace…

  • jason4275 says:

    I wonder if Arabs can truly assimilate into Israel society, well maybe the ones who join the IDF, I think have fully assimilate.

  • Effie's Stuff says:

    The Arab girl translates way better

  • sheenmeemseen Khan says:

    Shalom Corey, another great video, when u coming to the UK

  • Mark Simons says:

    Another great video. The first thing that strikes me is the difference between Palestinians in Israel and those in the WB (can't say about Gaza since Corey doesn't work with them). These guys all seem well educated and express reasonable views in a coherent manner.

    In contrast, what I hear from the WB side often, but by no means always, makes me wince for the stupidity, ignorance and lack of free thought. It's much the same as folk from the Germany split in two. They ended up thinking quite differently, and in my view, the Ozzies took more comfort from conservatism than the Wessies.

  • CommandoVault says:

    So the Arab 5th columnist girl in Israel wants equality, but her loyalty is to a foreign enemy.

  • interestingyoutubechannel says:

    I wish these ordinary Arab Israeli folk (apart from that "anti-Israel agenda" girl) would have a political representative brave enough to make their voices heard on a governmental level! In Israel, there isn't a single Arab community leader or Arab Israeli party leader who has the balls to genuinely voice their views e.g. in the unrest over "magnetometer" weapon scanners in Jerusalem, none of their leaders denounced the violence when asked in interviews (not a single one!), none of them encouraged the Arab population to have peace & dialogue!

    But many Arab Israelis like these here in the video would've wanted peace & would've denounced that outrageous violence! With the political silence on their part, what's the outcome? More resentment, fear, & anger by Israeli Jews towards Arab threats. Less hope of Israeli Jews for coexistence. More Arabs feeling encouraged that violence is the right path. More Arabs having resentment for Jews who have resentment for Arabs (..who have resentment for Jews etc. etc. endless cycle).

    These Arab Israelis are not the problem, many of them can (& do) live with us and are friends with us and no problems at all. The problem is their political establishments & the lack of vision their leaders have & consequences of this. I have many critiques of some Israeli Jewish politicians too, but I comment in context of this video.

  • Mohannad Azzouz says:

    Maybe a temporary solution is to mix all the sides and cancel the divisions step so at the end it becomes one country. And the mixing will be easier if all the people regardless of their backgrounds feel they are first class citizens.

  • Toret says:

    Israel wants peace, sadly "palestinians" dont…🇮🇱🇮🇱🇮🇱


    “Are they Hebrews? so am I. Are they Israelites? so am I. Are they the seed of Abraham? so am I.

    Who is weak, and I am not weak? who is offended, and I burn not?”
    ‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭11:22, 29‬ ‭KJVA‬‬


    CHURCH WORSHIP!!! God hates that!!!

    “Take thou away from me the noise of thy songs; for I will not hear the melody of thy viols.”
    ‭‭Amos‬ ‭5:23‬ ‭






    “I say the truth in Christ, I lie not, my conscience also bearing me witness in the Holy Ghost, that I have great heaviness and continual sorrow in my heart. For I could wish that myself were accursed from Christ for my brethren, my kinsmen according to the flesh: who are Israelites; to whom pertaineth the adoption, and the glory, and the covenants, and the giving of the law, and the service of God, and the promises;”
    ‭‭Romans‬ ‭9:1-4‬ ‭

    “Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me.”
    ‭‭Ezekiel‬ ‭3:17‬ ‭


    “I beheld till the thrones were cast down, and the Ancient of days did sit, whose garment was white as snow, and the hair of his head like the pure wool: his throne was like the fiery flame, and his wheels as burning fire.”
    ‭‭Daniel‬ ‭7:9‬ ‭KJVA‬‬
    “His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes were as a flame of fire; and his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters.”
    ‭‭Revelation‬ ‭1:14-15‬ ‭KJVA
    “Judah mourneth, and the gates thereof languish; they are black unto the ground; and the cry of Jerusalem is gone up.”
    ‭‭Jeremiah‬ ‭14:2‬ ‭KJVA‬‬
    “For it is evident that our Lord sprang out of Judah; of which tribe Moses spake nothing concerning priesthood.”
    ‭‭Hebrews‬ ‭7:14‬ ‭KJVA‬‬


    Signed Issachar!!

  • hoda ahmad says:

    Do people realizes that Palestinian and Israelis are blood related? So they both have the right to the land

  • rotem shaull says:

    I'm a Jewish Israeli…all those pro Israelis who comment against the Palestinians in such a great video make me feel sick. Stop the hatred!

  • gur ruh says:

    For Zionist, the "Land Of Israel" game is only for Jews, and only Jews, no matter where they live. The Palestinians, whether they have citizenship or not, are a threat to the "Land Of Israel" game. The Zionists regard all native Palestinians, Christians & Muslims, as a "demographic threat", or an "existential threat", to the "Jewish" character of the State Of Israel. The need to segregate Palestinians from Jews is an important part of the [manufactured] Israeli identity., ie, Israeli identity and the "Land Of Israel" game depends on denying the native Palestinian identity. The very fact that the Palestinian identity exists on Palestinian land is a threat for Zionists. For Palestinians, to exist is to resist……. For Zionists, if Palestinians claim their rights, claim their identity, claim their land and practice their culture is an act of war. The Zionist enterprise and the Israeli identity is built on a blueprint of segregation and the need to obliterate Palestinian Arab history/culture /people, ie GENOCIDE.

  • Guido Oppezzo says:

    In this video there's an important fact not taken into consideration:

    These Israeli Arabs (Muslim or not) live in actual Israeli territory, in cities where Israeli Jews are from all the political spectrum and more open-minded. So, acceptance from the Israeli Jews comes more naturally.
    On the other hand, Palestinians in the West Bank live surrounded by Israeli Jews (illegally living there according to international law) that are right-wing racist extremists, and only want to evict every Palestinian in the West Bank (or kill them). Those extremely Zionist settlers came to the West Bank thinking they are superior and that God gave them the right to take Palestinian land. Of course Palestinian people were going to resist and fight back!!!

    As everyone can see is quite an important detail…

  • Standard Observer Standard Observer says:

    Ask Israel what happened in 2014. How much did they support the artillery strike on Gaza over politics?

  • Chandini Mohan says:

    are arabic and hebrew similar????

  • Illy Boulder says:

    ISIS Apologized To Israel For Attacking IDF Soldiers.

  • Dahom yasser says:

    This Translator is brilliant, always have him on your show

  • Semsem Eini says:

    In Egypt Jews lived happily until Nasser robbed us and threw us out of our country.

  • Realyisraeli says:

    "6:30 – We don’t learn in our language in University” …. Dear Ms. the HEBREW University in Jerusalem and the other Universities around Israel will continue teaching their students in HEBREW. If you wish to get a higher education specifically in the Arabic language, you can always attend Bir Zeit University and a dozen other Arabic speaking Universities and Colleges around the PALESHTINIAN AUTONOMY and learn there whatever you want, in your Arabic language, under the PLO flag which you feel so connected to. If you like you can even travel to our neighbor countries Egypt or Jordan and get a University degree there as well.

    Wondering why when you have so many options to study for a degree in the Arabic language, you chose a University that teaches in Hebrew?

  • sm mm says:

    that Palestinian flag girl is so awesome

  • Najmi Shah says:

    Thank you, Corey Gil-Shuster, it is an overwhelmingly educated experience for me so far on youtube. I was completed ignorant about Israel and the common man living there as I m living in a Muslim country where we have this black and white view. I have watched almost 100 of your videos in the last few weeks and I would say I m in love with Jews and Israelis people and sympathy to Plastines.

  • Junior Silva says:

    Can you ask the Rabis, (should be a interesting reaction) " Who is this baby in Micah 5:2?"

  • heyitsneuro says:

    The more videos I watch interviewing Israeli Arabs the less hope I have. They hate Israel. It's obvious. A majority of them would happily turn on all the Jews in Israel they pretend to 'co-exist' with if granted the opportunity. I'm really disappointed to be honest.

  • carlos duarte says:

    "nobody's going to leave, everyone's stuck here" ..this guy gets it!

  • Ben Weissman says:

    My solution: expand Gaza into the Negev and Sinai, then tell all palestinians in judea and samaria that they have a choice: go to your Palestinian ethno-state, or become an israeli citizen with mandatory conscription. There are many who understand that Israel is a far more stable and democratic nation and would be upstanding citizens. I have no problem with Arabs. However, regardless of the historicity of Palestine, they need somewhere to fuck off to so that Israel doesn't need to deal with them (and by the way, as for how to get them not to be expansionistic, demilitarize them and have a 10-year period of reinculturation where they aren't fed propaganda and also give them their homes as property, because people with property like peace and stability). And Gaza was at no point in history culturally jewish, so we aren't losing anything.

  • nnokki says:

    I just loved this video. Finally, a less pro-PLA question!

  • maged says:

    that girl Ola from Arara has no idea of what she wants, just repeating what her parents used to tell her..

  • salmmd52 says:

    This guy doesn’t know, he’s in Israel

  • דוראן says:

    Nice vid 🙂

  • ABDR4 says:

    I'm a Jew who was born in the US, essentially a Christian country. From my perspective it seems that Israel should have a Constitution like the US one…all humans have equal rights to life, liberty & happiness/property, freedom of religion, freedom of association etc. I certainly have issues feeling like I don't entirely fit in here, but I know that I'm equal to everyone else under the law. It's more a feeling of alienation during this time of year, since Christmas is everywhere…a kind of in my face reminder that I'm in a minority here. It's worse now, since antisemitism is on the rise here.

    I know Israel has an unwritten Constitution, but I think a written Constitution like the American one would be a good place to start.

  • m. says:

    Arabs and Jews lived 'relatively' peacefully pre 1940s and prior to the partitioning of the holy land.
    But that's going against the narrative, so I'll shut up. 🙊🙊

  • m. says:

    As someone who is pro-Palestinian (majority of the time) I think it's be best if there was a one state solution.
    Palestine is never getting it's land back and Israel is annexing more and more of the West bank so it's inevitable what's gonna happen.
    I'd rather there be a democratic Israel/Palestine state than one pushing Zionism.
    Both sides (let's be honest) want the whole land; Jews want their whole promised land and Palestinians want their whole country back.
    There should be a govt (similar to Lebanon) that has equal proportion representation.

  • TheNaomeister says:

    This comment section is a regular example of typical Youtube comments on country-related issues. 95% extremist right-wing nutjobs who like to yell and insult to get their wrong points across, and then top-voted comments where the wise, intelligent and moderate ones decide to actually say something. All of you moderate and open-minded people, never forget that the moderates are the silent majority. The extremists are just the ones that yell the loudest.

  • WeekzGod says:

    McDonalds is blue in israel?

  • Charles N says:

    smart question

  • iraqi beast says:

    Maybe peace will take place when you stop occupying our land but before then we won't let you enjoy your occupation ..we'll burn the ground below your feet before that happens

  • DMG118 says:

    I just feel like a Christian. You identity with your own culture I guess. Peace to ALL!

  • جُــود says:

    They do not represent the Arabs, and they are not Arabs. The Arabs never agree with Israel and will not agree

  • Bronco Zion says:

    if the Palestine and Israeli government could find a solution to live together in peace, it would be great we can share Jerusalem

  • Dardahan says:

    since when learn in your langeuge in other state its right?
    you ask to learn in university in france in arabic?

  • Paul Arlukiewicz says:


  • Paul Arlukiewicz says:

    Levy is adub

  • Music and Football Playlist channel says:

    this video gives hope

  • Searie Laveau says:

    To the viewers, Israeli Arabs are Palestinian. They are culturally, ethnically and linguistically the same as any Palestinian from the West Bank and Gaza. Some might steer away from the identity, but prior to 1948, we all identified as one.

  • מיכאל Lamont says:

    I tried to build bridges, but now I know what the muslims belive (& can't be persuded) BUILD WALLS! They want Jews dead. There's nothing you can do. don't waste any time or money. Zionism is just Nationalism. Loving your country doesn't mean hating others.
    Protect yourself and your Children.

  • Red Ryder says:

    "No one is going to leave, we are all stuck here. It is important to study ways to live together on this land". Real talk buddy, real talk!

  • shaul sharabi says:

    en emuna be aravim. gam meha shana ba kever al tamin le mila shel aravi

  • Palestine My Love says:

    Kele7ara israel

  • Shy Attoun says:

    To the woman with fabiano background says it all, she blames us for her not feeling connected to this country? Haha what a joke.

    Second Hebrew is the official language in Israel, it's like living in Germany and complaining the material isn't in Arabic.

    Third, of you don't feel like it's your place and you identified with the Palestinian flag, then leave, oh wait Israel is a freaking paradise so you won't, the hypocrisy!

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