In recent weeks Israel has escalated its policy of collective punishment against the Palestinians. From grandmothers and grandfathers to babies and even the unborn, no one is exempt from the tortuous western-backed campaign of terror.
But for those who are not brutally killed, they bear the reality of living with the trauma of knowing the true of face of the Israeli regime and its backers.
Palestinians have been facing a century of trauma at the hands of the West and its proxies; how do they deal with it and what lasting effect does it have?
Guest: Professor Rita Jakaman