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I Also Dwell Among Your Own People: Conversations with Azmi Bishara
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A 1295
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2006
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Azmi Bishara, a prominent Palestinian intellectual, an Israeli citizen, a leading Arab politician and a member of the Israeli Parliament is the hero of this film. Bishara was the first to demand the transformation of Israel from a Jewish State into a "State of all its citizens" and is still the most articulate and eloquent speaker for this challenging political vision, which he presents as the only viable framework for a peaceful co-existence of Jews and Arabs within one sovereign state.

The film is based on a series of interviews with Bishara filmed in different locations on the background of scenes and landscape that reflect the conflict-torn land of Israel/Palestine. Bishara’s eloquence and picturesque language come to the fore as he speaks about the philosophical aspects of his political vision alongside its daily consequences, deconstructing the Zionist ideology and the particular role it has assigned to the "Israeli Arab." Bishara is a humanist and democrat whose discourse transcends the local conditions of a Palestinian minority in the Jewish state and reaches anyone concerned with questions of citizenship, nationalism, and political rights.

Producer: Arik Bernstein, Alma Films
Camera: Miki Kratsman
Editor: Eliav Lilti

Discrimination         Documentary         Identity         Interview         Israeli Palestinian relations         Politics         Religion         Autobiography         Israel         Nationalism

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

I Also Dwell Among Your Own People: Conversations with Azmi Bishara

Azmi Bishara, a prominent Palestinian intellectual, an Israeli citizen, a leading Arab politician and a member of the Israeli Parliament is the hero of this film. Bishara was the first to demand the transformation of Israel from a Jewish State into a "State of all its citizens" and is still the most articulate and eloquent speaker for this challenging political vision, which he presents as the only viable framework for a peaceful co-existence of Jews and Arabs within one sovereign state.

The film is based on a series of interviews with Bishara filmed in different locations on the background of scenes and landscape that reflect the conflict-torn land of Israel/Palestine. Bishara’s eloquence and picturesque language come to the fore as he speaks about the philosophical aspects of his political vision alongside its daily consequences, deconstructing the Zionist ideology and the particular role it has assigned to the "Israeli Arab." Bishara is a humanist and democrat whose discourse transcends the local conditions of a Palestinian minority in the Jewish state and reaches anyone concerned with questions of citizenship, nationalism, and political rights.

Producer: Arik Bernstein, Alma Films
Camera: Miki Kratsman
Editor: Eliav Lilti

Discrimination         Documentary         Identity         Interview         Israeli Palestinian relations         Politics         Religion         Autobiography         Israel         Nationalism

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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