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Israel

The radical settlers

Shay Fogelman: Chasing Yehoshua

A MURDERER: Man-hunting for radical settlers from the West Bank turns into a gifted psychological portrait of a tormented soul.

On the health loose for the fatherland

Kelvin Kyung Kun Park: Army

MILITARY SERVICE: Kelvin Kyung Kun Parks Army offers an insight into South Korea's first-time service, where the individual is given a collective identity.

Village life in the West Bank

TRAVEL LETTER: Palestinian Minister of Culture and award-winning author Atef Abu Saif will highlight the rich cultural heritage and bring art to the people.

Not just cannon boats to Israel

ORIENTERING 10. JANUARY 1970: «We do not want any Egyptian sabotage actions here at Aker»

Kafka before the law

Benjamin Balint: Kafka's Last Trial. The Case of a Literary Legacy

: RIGHTS: Who owns the rights to Franz Kafka's surviving manuscripts? Kafka was Jewish, lived in Prague and wrote in German, but was he really without identity?

Gaza is like mercury

GAZA: Can the proposed US solution with land redistribution and an expansion of the Gaza Strip end the conflict in the Middle East?

Children on hunger

CRISIS: The situation in Gaza is desperate, especially for children, where basic services are disintegrating at the same rate as the economy.

To live side by side with others

Karin Kainer: Kosher Beach

UN BEACH: The gender-segregated beach in Tel Aviv has existed for many years, which little by little it has become a haven for an ultra-Orthodox population.

Crazy in the streets of Jerusalem

Joseph Cedar: Our Boys

THE BOYS: Israeli docu-drama tackles the traumatic wave of violence and revenge that led to open war in the summer of 2014.

The lot of human life

Juna Suleiman: Mussolini's Sister

WOMEN'S LIFE: Black humor illuminates this close-up portrait of a sarcastic, elderly Palestinian woman's life, relationships, longing and bitterness.

Anarchists against the wall

TEL AVIV: It is becoming harder and harder to oppose the system as Israel moves to the right.

The lost defender

Rachel Leah Jones, Philippe Bellaiche: Advocate

ISRAEL: For almost fifty years, Lea Tsemel has been at the forefront of the fight for justice and compassion for those who are lost and impossible to defend.