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Across The Wall - Israel/Palestine

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Uploaded on Jan 25, 2010

January 2010

What is it like to be a Christian in the heart of Palestine? Can faith really prevail over violence and division? In the Catholic parish of Nablus, a few are still determined to bear their cross.
Born a Jew, converted Catholic and expert on the history of Islam, Father Vincent Nagle seemed predestined to come to Palestine. Now a priest in Nablus, one of the most volatile cities in the region, he tries to make sense of the divisions that dominate everyday life there: "This land. It is precisely what unites us that also divides us". Caught in the crossfire between communities, living in Nablus as a Christian is not easy. "Here for the Muslims, we are Christians. And for the Jews, we are Arabs", a parishioner tells Vincent. Yet, the few-hundred strong community is held together by the belief that they are preserving an essential part of the land: "If all the Christians leave, all thats left is a museum!"

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