Muhammed Saddiq has a family farm that dates back to an ancestor from the first millennium. He and his family live in the crowded corners of a Palestinian slum.
The Jewish state that is celebrating its 60th anniversary of nationhood and democracy has prevented the family from reoccupying its family farm despite the fact that it has remained vacant. Except for some state planted pine trees and a water reclamation plant, no one has lived on this family's land. Taken from the family for Israeli settlement, sixty years later this has never happened.
Holocaust historian, Shlomo Shun believes that all of Israel is suffering from PTSD: "The scarring trauma of the Holocaust has turned the Chosen People into Nazis and the Palestinian Arabs into Jews under Hitler."