01 Nov FATHERS GRIEVING FOR FRIENDS OUTSIDE ISRAELI SUPREME COURT. WE ARE ALIVE BUT DEAD
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Fathers talking outside the Israeli Supreme Court in November 2016, as they protest for their rights. All desperate to fulfil their roles to be good parents. They are grieving for the loss of their friends. UN figures indicate one father a day takes their life. Their heartfelt pleas for justice come through. Despite the odds, one father is determined to start again after being financially broken. One describes the lack of driving licence, no bank account and No Exit Order, being in the prison of Israel. It cuts out your heart, leaves you alive but dead.
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