A Muslim view on the Palestinian conflict
Reverend Peter Owen-Jones visits Muslims in Palestine, asking the question, 'what drives people to kill for their religion?' He visits a refugee camp and meets Samir, a Sunni Muslim, who worships at the mosque. He then explores the common roots of Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Samir, whose daughter was a suicide bomber, gives his opinion that the conflict in Palestine is not a religious conflict but one about land.