Muhammad – a Palestinian shepherd, and Danny – an Israeli settler, are on two sides of a complex conflict in the occupied West Bank.
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Muhammad has been grazing his sheep in the remote area of Rashash for 30 years. His family has lived in Palestine for generations. Danny has made his home in a nearby settlement, in the land that his Jewish forefathers used to live.
When some Israeli settlers set up an outpost – a small, unauthorised community – near Rashash recently, conflicts ensued.
Max Freedman, an American Jewish producer, travelled to the area to try to unravel the conflicts and find out more about the lives on both sides. Hear his full story: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3ct0x1y
Part of the Rulebreakers series from BBC World Service, in collaboration with Sundance Institute.
Producer: Elicia Epstein