The audience, as you would expect in Tunbridge Wells, was predominantly white, middle class, civilized and well educated.
And the questions and comments were the kind you would expect from such an audience.
Israel’s treatment of Palestinians in the film had reminded one urbane gentleman of the way Nazi Germany treated the Jews and, in his considered opinion, no peace would come in the Middle East until America ‘shed the shackles of the Jewish Lobby.’ To her credit, although Ms Perni thinks Israel is ‘torturing’ Palestinians, what the Palestinians are enduring is not as bad as the suffering of the Jews in the Holocaust.
Another lady likened Israel’s Security Fence to the Berlin Wall and wondered how long it will take to bring it down.
It was also clearly implied that Israel is an apartheid regime.