Middle East Documentaries

Highlighted Movie
The Israel Lobby | 52 minutes
For many years now the American foreign policy has been characterized by the strong tie between the United States and Israel. Does the United States in fact keep Israel on its feet? And how long will it continue to do so? A Dutch public broadcast shows insight on the subject.
Why have so many Muslims come to hate the West? In this controversial three-part series filmed in Lebanon, Gaza, Israel, Egypt, and Bosnia, Robert Fisk, award-winning Middle East and Balkans correspondent for the London Independent, reports on Muslim unrest as ideology, religion, history, and geography come into conflict. In doing so he introduces us to a perspective of history we rarely see.
Why have so many Muslims come to hate the West? In this controversial three-part series filmed in Lebanon, Gaza, Israel, Egypt, and Bosnia, Robert Fisk, award-winning Middle East and Balkans correspondent for the London Independent, reports on Muslim unrest as ideology, religion, history, and geography come into conflict. In doing so he introduces us to a perspective of history we rarely see.
Control Room | 85 minutes
A 2004 documentary film about Al Jazeera and its relations with the US Central Command (CENTCOM), as well as the other news organizations that covered the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Divorce, Iranian Style | 81 minutes
What is it really like to get divorced in Iran? This documentary shows how the system works in this conservative, Islamic culture. The film not only gives a glimpse of how the divorce process and mediation is in Iran but introduces a few interesting love stories gone awry.
Ghosts of Abu Ghraib | 78 minutes
What really happened at Abu Gahraib, the infamous prison where guards took pictures of tortured prisoners? And who was responsible? Maybe we should hear what the guards have to say..
If you want to learn about the second Iraq war, you better first learn about what happenned about the first Iraq war and some history of the US policies with Iran as well...key interviews and investigative journalism educates and surprises. This film explains some important historical facts that our media has totally ignored, at the expense of American soldiers and tax payers.
Inside Iran | 90 minutes
What is it like to live in Iran? What are its people like? Rageh Omaar from the BBC explores the real Iran behind the politics and propoganda.
Inside Mecca | 43 minutes
What do a successful executive from suburban Malaysia, a religious radio commentator from rural South Africa and an Irish-born college professor from the United States have in common? They're all about to embark on the spiritual journey of a lifetime - the sacred Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca known as the hajj.
Is Iran really a threat to the US? Did Iran offer the US normalized relations with Israel? Find information on the Geopolitical struggle and history of conflict between the US and Iran.
Iraq for Sale | 76 minutes
War for profit? Are companies profiting from the war in Iraq while further endangering the lives of American soldiers and innocent civilians?
Israel's Wild West | 24 minutes
Join Unreported World as they give you a glimpse of the conflicting views and interests of Settlers, Palestinians and the Israeli government.
Who was Muhammad? Was he the father of modern terrorism or a noble peacemaker? This historical film broadcast on PBS, travels in the footsteps of the prophet to the Arabian desert and the holy city of Mecca where much of Muhammad's story unfolded. It shares interviews with modern day Muslims and gives you a clearer idea of the common ideals of the world's prominent religions.
Occupation 101 | 88 minutes
This 2006 documentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict discusses events from the rise of Zionism to the Second Intifada and Israel's unilateral disengagement plan, and presents its case through dozens of interviews. The film questions the nature of Israeli-American relations. Specifically, it questions the Israeli military occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, and whether Americans taxpayers sh
Palestine-Israel 101 | 32 minutes
Do you understand the history behind the Israel-Palestine conflict? "Palestine-Israel 101", a film created by The American Task Force on Palestine, is a two part piece. The first part gives a brief yet thorough historical outline of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. The second part focuses on a two state solution to the conflict which will provide more security for Israel, Palestine and the Uni
Paying the Price | 75 minutes
In a hard-hitting special report, award-winning journalist and filmmaker John Pilger investigates the effects of sanctions on the people of Iraq and finds that ten years of extraordinary isolation, imposed by the UN and enforced by the U.S. and Britain, have killed more people than the two atomic bombs dropped on Japan.
A striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the Middle East, zeroing in on how structural distortions in U.S. coverage have reinforced false perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Rachel Corrie | 42 minutes
Who is Rachel Corrie? She is the American peace activist who was bulldozed alive by an Israeli soldier while she was defending a Palestinian house. Unfortunately, the US media didnt talk much about this. This movie is about what she and other peace activists see on the front lines in Israel.
Reel Bad Arabs | 50 minutes
Ever think about how Hollywood depicts Arabs as a variety of negative stereotypes? You won't realize just how much Hollywood is running a smear campaign until you watch this film.
Taxi to the Dark Side | 79 minutes
"We also have to work through...the dark side....it's going to be vital for us to sue any means at our disposal, basically, to chieve our objective." -Vice President Dick Cheney, 2001. This 2007 film is in-depth look at the torture practices of the United States in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, focusing on an innocent taxi driver in Afghanistan who was tortured and killed in 2002.
The Hidden Story | 49 minutes
What is Iraq really like and why is it so hard for even the unbiased newscasters to show this to us? Hear the answer from the journalists themselves.
The Invisible War | 68 minutes
Did the U.S. government use harmful radioactive military weapons which hurt not only civilians but also its own military in the Gulf War? Listen to reports from both scientists and soldiers after the first Gulf War. This film is especially relevant since the same materials in question are being used in the current war in Iraq.
The Loss of Liberty | 52 minutes
On June 8, 1967, Israel launched a two-hour air and naval attack on the U.S.S. Liberty, killing 34 and wounding 172 American servicemen. Was it an accident?
The Oil Factor | 90 minutes
Today, 6.5 billion humans depend entirely on oil for food, energy, plastics & chemicals. Population growth is on a collision course with the inevitable decline in oil production. George Bush's "war on terror" happens where 3/4 of the world's remaining oil and natural gas is located.
The Road To Guantanamo | 92 minutes
What would happen if you were on vacation in Afghanistan and were accused wrongly of being a terrorist and taken to the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? Winner of the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival, "The Road to Guantanamo" is the terrifying first-hand account and recreation of three innocent British citizens who were held there for two years. Charges were nev
Uncovered | 56 minutes
"Uncovered" provides interviews with leading experts and officials all of whom possess informed opinions about the reasons we were given for war and the evidence presented to support those reasons. Some supported the war itself but are deeply concerned about the way information was misused.
Unmanned | 63 minutes
The film highlights the stories of 16 year old Tariq Aziz, killed by a drone in 2011and school teacher, Rafiq ur Rehamn, whose mother was killed and children hospitalized due to a drone strike in 2012

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