Between 2010 and 2014, nearly 3,000 Palestinian children were arrested by Israeli forces for reasons like throwing stones. Many are kept in solitary confinement for days, shackled and subjected to intimidating questioning without the presence of their parents or a lawyer. Mohammad Zedani, 14, has been arrested six times. The experience has left him traumatized: he struggles to sleep and displays symptoms of PTSD. We tell his story, along with those of Rami and Ahmed, three out of thousands of children affected by the occupation. We also hear from those working to stop the abuses.
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Nominee for Best Long Documentary on Public Liberties and Human Rights Award at Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival / AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL ITALY award for Best Documentary at Diritti a Todi Human Rights Film Festival / STUDENTS JURY AWARD for Best Documentary at Diritti a Todi Human Rights Film Festival / SPECIAL JURY MENTION for Best Documentary at Diritti a Todi Human Rights Film Festival / Best First Film at Arab Film Festival / Jeudi du Cinéma et Droits de l'Homme / Oaxaca Film Festival / London Palestine Film Festival / Festival Diritti a Todi / Al Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival