|Starting at the 1h17m05s mark, Zvi Yehezkeli |
visits the Charlie Hebdo offices and speaks with the editor
and his colleagues
Made principally for an Israeli audience, the narration and subtitles are in Hebrew. So is the general viewpoint; the makers are clearly addressing an Israeli audience and examining concerns that Israelis have about Europe. Don't be put off by the thought that this is an examination of Israel-specific issues. Mostly, it's not.
As we wrote two years ago, the series deals in an extremely effective way with the mutual interaction of European society and a very particular immigrant group. Our sense is that as important as this issue is for many, and especially for Europeans, it gets too much of the wrong sort of attention.
|Final scene in the series was filmed in Malmo, Sweden|
Part 1: Isolation [from the start] [Hebrew-only version here]
Part 2: Sharia law or State law [starts at 0:44:02] [Hebrew-only version here]
Part 3: Terror [starts at Hebrew-only version here]
Part 4: Europe's Jews [starts at [Hebrew-only version here]