Here's an interesting article about what seems to be a riveting documentary film. The author of the article has seen the film, but all the rest of us haven't, so you've got to do a bit of reading between the lines. Israelis may be able to see the film if they put their mind to it, but other people won't, I expect.
The film tells the story of a Palestinian baby from Gaza whose life is saved by a combination of Israeli medical staff at Tel Hashomer hospital near Tel Aviv and Israeli citizens who came forward with donations to pay for the treatment, even as Israel and Gaza were (and still are) at war, with all that goes with that. At least initially, the baby's mother says she hopes he'll be saved so that when he grows up he'll be a shahid and will kill Israelis, because "Jerusalem is ours".
I blogged about this back in 2007, here, and that post included a link to this story, about the time my daughter spent in the children hematology department at Tel Hashomer, back in 2004-5, treating children such as Mohammad.