Christine Kecher

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Nadav Bigelman, a former Israeli soldier featured in Rona Segal’s “Mission: Hebron.” Credit Rona Segal

Today, Times Opinion’s Op-Docs team published the award-winning short documentary “Mission: Hebron.” In it, six former Israeli soldiers offer eye-opening accounts of their recent service in Hebron, an overwhelmingly Palestinian city in the West Bank. Soldiers assigned there are responsible for protecting the security of a small community of Jewish settlers in an area of the city center known as H2. In practice, they exercise a high degree of authority over Palestinian civilian life and movement through the use of checkpoints, roadblocks, random searches, facial-recognition programs and other enforcement mechanisms.

In this film, Rona Segal, an acclaimed Israeli director and screenwriter who learned how to make films while serving in the Israeli Army, turns the camera on her fellow ex-soldiers, some of whom have never before spoken publicly about their experiences.…  Seguir leyendo »