‘Tantura’ Documentary Reopens Debate About Israel’s Foundational Story

DOR BEACH, Israel — For many Jewish Israeli visitors to Dor, a Mediterranean beach, its unremarkable parking lot is where they leave their cars on the way to the sea.

For many Palestinian citizens of Israel who live nearby, the parking lot is on the site where they say dozens of their relatives were buried in a mass grave after a massacre in 1948, during the war that cemented the nascent state of Israel.

“When I am here, I think of them,” said Kamal Masri, 57, an Arab steelworker on a…

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