Jim Hanon, writer and director of the documentary Little Town of Bethlehem, discusses his film (the story of three men of different faiths who grew up in Israel and the occupied territories who put aside their differences to work toward a non-violent solution to the Israel/Palestine conflict), why the term “settlements” does not adequately describe the Israeli homes built atop stolen Palestinian land, a reminder to American evangelicals that there are indeed Palestinian Christians and why establishing a functional civil society is essential to lasting peace.
MP3 here. (18:04)
Jim Hanon is a former advertising executive. He wrote and directed the documentary film Little Town of Bethlehem.