One Day in Gaza 2019 Leaked Documentary (MUST WATCH)
IN-DEPTH VIDEOS, 10 Jun 2019
One Day in Gaza is a Frontline/BBC documentary on Gaza which aired in Britain and was supposed to have aired in the U.S. on 14 May 2019 but was cancelled at the last minute. It was then made available on YouTube and Vimeo, but both have since taken it down. Frontline is now distancing itself from this publicly funded video, though it is still available for download in the UK. Fortunately, there are two links you can still use to view it. Watch it as soon as possible since there is no telling how long it will be available. Obviously, it has footage/information that Israel is not eager to have Americans see.
View it here:
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