Palestinians have been facing discrimination and racism ever since they were kicked out of their land in 1948. They migrated to countries all over the world inside and outside the arab world. If arabs discriminate against Palestinians then it is very hard to blame the western world for calling them terrorists. A big example is King Hussein of Jordan calling for military aid from Israelis against Palestinian refugees in Jordan. Also, Palestinian refugees in Lebanon were never granted Lebanese citizenships and tell our day are not eligible to work inside the country after seventy years of living in Lebanon. Palestinians have been struggling inside and outside of Palestine since the Israeli occupation began in 1984. The film “Five Broken Cameras” truly is about those five cameras. The life expectancy of every camera outlines a part in the battle of the Palestinian town of Bil’in. Joined by activists from Israel and somewhere else against growing Israeli settlements and the way of the nation’s moving toward security fence, which together would spend a significant part of the town’s developed land. The cameras additionally catch the developing awareness of a young man naturally introduced to a world torn by a disagreement that adults can barely handle. At the point when Palestinian farmer Emad Burnat purchased his first camera in 2005, his aim was to film his infant kid, Gibreel. Exactly when Emad gets his first camera, the people of Bil’in find that the security obstruction course will slice through their farmlands and that the neighboring Israeli settlement wants to grow onto questioned arrive. The Bil’in villagers start walking each Friday in quiet dissent, and Emad starts taping all the actions. The film includes two of his friends from the same town. Israeli officers react to the protests with tear gas and rubber bullets. Emad’s first camera gets shot by Israeli soldiers. Emad gets another camera from his Israeli friend Yisrael. He keeps taping his family and the week after week protests. The villagers don’t surrender, even after the divider is finished. Then, Emad’s second camera breaks by an Israeli settler. Now Emad got another gave camera. Officers start entering the town on a regular basis, anytime in the day, capturing individuals, including youngsters, in their homes. Gibreel sees his uncle captured and his grandparents attempting to obstruct the Israeli jeep taking him away. One night the fighters take his dad. Emad is jailed for fourteen days for tossing rocks. When he is discharged because of absence of confirmation, he rapidly comes back to shooting the activity. His third camera gets shot again. Different towns take after Bil’in’s lead, arranging exhibitions as the fence approaches their properties. In a neighboring town, the brutality increases. Israeli’s increased their resistance being feared from a third Intifada. At that point, amazingly, the Bil’in villagers win a legitimate battle, an Israeli court decides that the current fence ought to be disassembled and raised too close from the town. Just some land will be recaptured, yet the villagers accepted this little victory. After some time, the decision was not actualized. One day, returning home in the wake of having crossed the boundary to work the land, Emad crashes his truck. Pictures of this mishap are the last to be taped by his fourth camera. Following 20 days in an Israeli hospital in Tel Aviv, Emad realised that his injuries were so dangerous and will affect him physically and force him to not be able to be a farmer anymore. Gibreel has reached the age of four. The brutality around the village increases. At the same time, the fence was still standing, and Israelis started approaching the houses of the people of Bil’in. At that point, during a protest, Phil gets hit in the chest by a tear gas bomb and passed away in a split second. Gibreel and other kids kiss the remembrance publications with Phil’s face on them. Gibreel asks his dad, “For what reason did they shoot my Phil?” The fifth and final camera was alo shot again. According to the interview with a Jerusalem resident “Palestinians “struggling for survival” in Jerusalem” by Rania Khaled. Rania Khalek is an independent journalist providing details regarding the lower class and poverty. It started with Rania asking Zalameh to talk about his conflict with the Israeli police. His neighbor , Muhammad Abu Khudair, was burned alive when he was only sixteen years old. He said that the blockade on Jerusalem overall has been extremely solid. The military, are currently punishing the people for responding to the ugly murder. In the meantime the Israeli court methods were processes by settlers, everything is being finished by the Israelis who carried out the murder and punished the poor innocent Palestinian victims. Up to this point, the Israeli government has directed the biggest capture battle since the second intifada. A few of my neighbors were taken at night, were tested, blamed dishonestly for things they didn’t do. Jerusalem is not safe for everybody. There’s truly been trouble once a day. For somebody like me for instance, there is an Israeli armed force outside my home every time I open my door and I have five armed Israeli troopers in an automobile with huge light sirens right outside the door. In the most recent week and a half we have had for a considerable length of time helicopters flying around my neighborhood. To Israelis Palestinians of Jerusalem are undesirable here and they are doing everything to take over control of the city of Jerusalem in any type of contradiction and protection from Israeli approaches of ethnic restore in Jerusalem. As a driver in Jerusalem I can admit to you that it is impossible to drive without seeing an Israeli police. Their quality is, exceptionally obvious and it has essentially expanded. He said “But the trigger was not the Palestinian driver who ran into the train passengers. The tensions were already high and it was connected to the Israeli policies to change the status of the al-Aqsa mosque.” Their main goal was to clear down Al-Aqsa mosque from Palestinian Muslims and declare it as a Temple for them to worship and allow only Zionist Jews inside it.(Rania Khaled, 2014) In the book “Men in the Sun”, Ghassan Kanafani portrays the Palestinian struggles which describes the lives of the Palestinian individuals at a crucial time to all Palestinians. The book goes into detail about the battle of three Palestine men. The three men are Abu Qais, Assad and Marwan, every one of whom are on a mission for a better life. Their individual battles speak to the brutal obstacles of the lives of numerous Palestinian individuals thrown into the hardships of life. As a displaced person himself, Kanafani could show to us the struggles of the three heroes whose adventure to flexibility turned into their trip to death. Abu Qais shows up as an example of a Palestinian parent lost in Kuwait. He appeared as a father that did not know what to do in life. He was thinking of ways to make more money to make a better living for his kids. Assad at the other hand was seeking revenge from a previous smuggler who tricked him. So he first tries to trick a fat smuggler by telling him that he will pay him after he arrives. The fat smuggler did not accept that. So, Assad then borrows money from his uncle. His uncle gives him money only because he thought that Assad was going to marry his daughter Nada, but Assad did not want to marry her. So Assad was a cheater in the Story. Marwan unlike Assad was a straightforward person. He did not have money to afford the trip also. However, his advantage was that he was smart. So he made a deal with the smuggler that he will get him more people for to travel and that’s how the smuggler basically gave him a discount. Abul Khaizuran was the driver of the water tank. He was looking for people that wanted to travel to Kuwait and that’s how he met Assad, Marwan and Abu Qais. His attempt was just to sneak these three guys through checkpoints by hiding them in the water tank. However the weather was too hot for the men to handle it. This is how all three of them ended up dying. According to the article “Jordanian-Palestinian Relations” by Marwan Muasher the Jordanian-Palestinian relationship has dependably been driven by two central points. He said “That a considerable number of Jordanians are of Palestinian origin. And, that all Jordanians fear that a solution to the Palestinians’ predicament might come at Jordan’s expense.” This clarifies why Jordan has constantly regarded the Palestinian-Israeli clash as a local issue and why it has been a solid supporter of the two-state arrangement that would prompt a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza. Over six decades after most Palestinian refugees settled in Jordan and were conceded Jordanian citizenship, the subject of who is a Jordanian is as yet not settled in Jordanian laws and political culture. To protect the rights of the minority Jordanians, people of a Jordanian descent have more rights than Jordanians from a Palestinian descent who are the majority of the Jordanian population. According to the article, “U.S. President Donald Trump, after meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in February 2017, declared that the United States was not wedded to a two-state solution and was willing to entertain other options—including a one-state solution.” Jordan’s worries has increased after this decision. This means that the Palestinian refugees in Jordan will never leave Jordan specially that they obtain Jordanian citizenships. After this concern King Abdullah the second made it clear that they wanted a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza with a meeting with the U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington D.C. in April, 2017.(Marwan Muasher, 2017) Palestine has been long lost and forgotten over the years by the whole entire world. There will never be a Palestinian state declared specially after the decision of our President declaring the city of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The arab world did not respond in any action after this decision. After that decision, Zionists will never agree to a peace treaty involving two states each with its own independent government. Israelis keep pushing their limits generation after another and now they have almost met their goal with only very little Palestinian land left for them to take over. And, as long as the President of the U.S. is Donald Trump there will never be Palestine again.