Nakba film streams on Netflix despite Israeli threats | Al Jazeera Newsfeed

Nakba film streams on netflix despite israeli threats | al jazeera newsfeed

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Jordanian film, Farha, depicts the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians in the 1948 creation of the State of Israel. Filmmaker Darin J Sallam, says the film is based on true events that took place during what Palestinians call the ‘Nakba’, or “catastrophe.”

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