Panorama - A Walk in the Park

The fight is on for the holiest city in the holy land. The Israelis say Jerusalem must never be divided; the Palestinians say the east of the city is theirs and must become the capital of a new state.

Jane Corbin walks through the disputed streets and parks, meeting families thrown out of their homes, witnessing bulldozers demolishing houses and goes underground to explore tunnels excavated deep below the biblical site.

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I became pro-Palestian before joining the army (I've since left) whilst researching the world's areas of conflict. This program just makes me even more so. Yet so much for ummah, there is no united front from Muslims on the matter it seems. I think you'll find the majority of dirty athiest kaffirs from the uk (like me) would be pro-Pal.

Most muslims (and most other) would also mostly likely be sympathetic with the palestinians. Question is, what can be done about it?

Some choose to go out sloganeering, some decide that selective boycotts of israeli products is their way. Others simply want to live their own lives.

Not comparing, but if you look at the current situation is Haiti after the quake - I doubt you will find anyone who thinks that the current situation there is pleasant. Yet not everyone will pack their bags and go to help - some will, others will done but the vast majority of people will simply go on living their own lives - and there is no harm in that.

It is easy to pick and run for a cause when you are young ad have little to no labilities. But once you get older, maybe have a spus and children, they will rightfully be a greater responsibility to you than other inequalities around the world.

The "other" problem here is that I suspect very few people see any meaningful/fair/acceptable-to-both-sides settlement happening any time soon.

"For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens 'as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone'" - David Cameron, UK Prime Minister. 13 May 2015.

sure, but everyone is helping Haiti. Is Egypt or Jordan or Syria helping the Palestinians? Don't think so.