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Kate Winslet: My narration of Gaza movie with Hamas ties is not a stance on conflict

has clarified to Jewish News her involvement in a new film on the Israel-Palestinian conflict released this week, whose co-director is closely linked to .

The Oscar-winning actress provides the voice-over for , co-directed by Michael Winterbottom and Gaza-based Mohammed Sawwaf, who accuses Israel of “colonialism” and “apartheid”.

The traumatic 90-minute film depicts the deaths of 67 Gazan children during last May’s conflict between Israel and Hamas and shows harrowing images of dead children.

Its opening sequence features news footage reporting on “Jewish settlers trying to expel Palestinians from their homes”, “vigils aggressively broken up by Israeli security forces”, “the expulsion of (Arab) residents in East Jerusalem”, “heavy-handed tactics by Israel police” and “Israeli nationalists marching though Muslim quarters.”

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