Bridge to Iran: Where Do I Belong? Category: Documentaries An unusual phenomenon is transpiring the Middle East: Afghan refugees are resettling in Iran and entering into interracial marriages with Persians. Through stark interviews with such couples, this film exposes lives filled with difficult decisions about love, country, and communal acceptance.
Media That Matters Category: Documentaries Media That Matters is a showcase of short films on the most important topics of the day. Local, global, online, and in communities around the world, the series engages diverse audiences and inspires them to take action.
Live From Bethlehem Category: Documentaries This documentary chronicles the struggles, failures, and triumphs of the Ma'an News Network, the only major independent news source in the Palestinian Territories.
Struggle Category: Documentaries Struggle, is a film about what happens in US elections when the forces of racism, classism, corruption, technological manipulation and old fashioned ballot stuffing coalesce to deny Americans their right to vote and steal elections.
Al Jazeera English - Witness: Native Son Category: Documentaries Though most young American Indians now live in cities, they are still at the bottom of the pile in terms of life chances and achievement. Restoring a sense of pride in their native identity may be the solution.
Arab Labor - Season 3 Season 3 of Arab Labor follows Amjad in his attempts, which some will say are futile ones, to become a part of the Israeli society. Attempts which are at times pathetic, sometimes outrageous, but always heart-warming and thought-provoking.
Arab Labor - Season 2 Season 2 of this hilarious and controversial sitcom follows Amjad Alian, a Palestinian journalist and Israeli citizen, in search of his identity.
Arab Labor - Season 1 This controversial Israeli comedy series follows a Palestinian-Israeli family struggling to coexist with their Jewish neighbors, and pokes fun at the cultural divide.
Arab Labor - Season 3: The Shelter (Episode 10) An alert wakes the whole building, sending the neighbors down to the shelter. Amjad and his family finds themselves in a defensive position as a suspicious minority when outside, as it seems, a war is taking place. Season's last episode.
Arab Labor - Season 3: An Arab Journalist (Episode 9) Amjad's world is about to crumble when a new rising star, an Arabic reporter/writer, catches the attention of the Israeli media. Bashie Suliman is sharp and nippy -- the exact opposite of Amjad.
Arab Labor - Season 3: Worms (Episode 3) When Amjad is invited to lecture at the Confederation House he starts to dream of a new career as popular lecturer. Only a day before his lecture, he gets stomach worms turning his dream into a nightmare.
Arab Labor - Season 3: The Ultra-orthodox Homecoming (Episode 6) When the BBC comes to Israel to do a story on Amjad and his experience as an Arab living inside the Israeli-Jewish society, he tells the reporters about coexisting with his Jewish neighbors, only to find this isn't the story they're looking for.
Arab Labor - Season 3: Talking Loud (Episode 8) Amjad decides to throw an extra special birthday party for his father. With a large guest list and hired musicians, Amjad is determined to go all out -- until he hears his neighbors say, "Arabs make a lot of noise."
Arab Labor - Season 3: Reality (Episode 1) In the Season 3 opener, Amjad goes on the show "Big Brother" to prove that Arabs and Jews can live together under the same roof -- and that Arabs are not the reason why rent prices in his building dropped.