Very educational and insightful documentary. The Green Prince should be watched so you can hear first hand that not everything is at it seems. This young man has given up everything once he understood the root of the conflicts. Leaving his family as a personal connection is never easy but leaving for a political issue must have been so devastating. He is a brave soul who speaks up for what he believes and has experienced first hand. He recently spoke at the UN, his eloquent speech left a lot of people with their mouths open.
A real story about two men who put their lives on the line for their beliefs and each other. Our political 'leaders' should look up to these men for guidance; and this story should be added to history books.
no one gives a shit about dead generals from old wars...let's look to people who do more than just follow orders for inspiration.
Well-done documentary about an incredible true story. Gripping throughout, it exposes the brutality and savagery in the never-ending Mideast war. Mosab's motive seems evident, even though he is highly conflicted and recognizes the irony of his situation. His father is a high-ranking Hamas leader, but Mosab rejects joining the organization. Hamas' torture and murder of its own people - based on nothing more than suspicion - sickens him. Also revealing is that Israeli spycraft is state-of-the-art and highly effective, which has surely enabled them to survive in such a hostile environment.
Best line: "I realized that cowards with the name of courage are leading children and women and an entire nation to death."
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