The clip the walls and settlements from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
Unbelievable how many walls are here, the separation.
Everywhere you go there's a wall, a fence, barbed wire.
It's not for a human being. It's good for a zoo.
If this was happening in Israel,
America and all the other countries would protest it.
The peace of life, we don't have it.
And we are living in very big prison.
I wish we had somebody like Osama bin Laden in Palestine.
Just to destroy the state of Israel.
It's a political struggle, a military struggle. But the biggest thing is this.
All of this is about land.
Scattered through the hills of the Palestinian West Bank,
are Israeli settlements, built to expand the Jewish presence in the region.
How does it feel, being overlooked by settlements?
It's not only overlooking us, but we are always under their foot.
They can come and take over my home, where I live, by force.
What can I do? I can't do anything.
Tears and blood were shed today as Israel began the forced evacuation
of Jewish settlers from their homes.
The settlements are a cause of violence
between settlers and Palestinians,
they are also a contentious issue within Israeli politics.
With one side seeing the settlements as another obstacle in achieving peace,
while the other sees it as a divine right.
We Jews are the rightful owner of this land.