I am pro-Israel, but sometimes I am criticized for not showing the Palestinian side. So I went to a refugee camp in Bethlehem to listen to learn what it was like.
There, I talked to Mustafa, who freely admitted that this place is nothing like our idea of a typical refugee camp. They have WiFi, washing machines, even air conditioning...
The original 1948 tents and makeshift shelters were replaced by concrete buildings in the 1960s, built by the UN — a development Mustafa says was originally resisted by residents.
His family has lived here for generations, and Mustafa says that when he has children of his own one day, he will "teach them how to be good refugees."
PS: WATCH more reports from The Rebel Media's mission to Israel HERE.