An Israeli and Palestinian mother lost their sons in the conflict. Now they find reconciliation.
After suffering the loss of their sons in the conflict, an Israeli and a Palestinian mother are faced with a seemingly impossible choice: to hate their counterpart, or to find a way to reconcile with each other.
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