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Gallery: Love Your Enemies JW3 screening

This remarkable film, written and directed by the Bafta-nominated movie-maker David Cohen, shows for the first time the extraordinary rescue mission carried out by the soldiers of the Israel Defence Forces and the doctors, nurses and social workers of the Jewish state’s hospitals.

    On Sunday, Love Your Enemies, a remarkable film written and directed by Bafta-nominated film-maker David Cohen, was shown to a sold-out audience at JW3. 
    Love Your Enemies depicts the story of Syrian men, women, children, fighters and civilians who are helped by Israeli soldiers, doctors, nurses and social workers.
    The screening was followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with the film’s assistant producer, Jenni Frazer, the IDF’s former spokesman Lieutenant colonel Peter Lerner, David Cohen, the film’s director.

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