The inspirational and resilient spirit of Israeli society is captured through personal stories of triumph in the groundbreaking new documentary, ‘Israel Inside: How A Small Nation Makes A Big Difference.’ Bestselling author and acclaimed former Harvard lecturer, Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar, narrates the film, which sets out to showcase Israel’s unique relationship with the rest of the world. The film also highlights the surprising reality that so much in modern society is connected to Israeli innovation and technology.
‘Israel Inside: How A Small Nation Makes A Big Difference’ is currently available on Comcast on Demand for free, but only through the end of 2012. The documentary is airing so that everyone can understand the global relationship and impact the small and evolving nation is having on the rest of the world inflatable twister.
The positive characteristics of Israeli society is explored in ‘Israel Inside: How A Small Nation Makes A Big Difference’ from a humanistic, psychological, and emotional perspective. It tells the story of the Israeli people, whose resilience has propelled the country to the forefront of world innovation and progress. Israel’s progress has led it to become the beta site for solving international problems, including such modern problems as electric vehicle technology and solar panels. It has also created the medical device Rewalk, which allows paraplegic individuals to walk.
Professor Alan Dershowitz, a Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. Has called ‘Israel Inside: How A Small Nation Makes A Big Difference’ a remarkable film. “It does so much to project not only positively but visibly in ways that… make you cry, make you reach out, make you feel,” he also said.
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