Throughout the 2000 year exile of the Jewish nation from the Land of Israel, Jews were always present in their “home-sweet-home,” albeit not alone.
God promised Abraham: “I have given this land to your descendants.” (Genesis 15:18)
Indeed, for 1500 years the Land of Israel served as the national home of the Jewish people.
Then, during a two-thousand-year exile, Jews throughout the world longed to return to Jerusalem, the site of the Holy Temple, and to Hebron, the burial place of Abraham and the rest of the forefathers and mothers, while facing the Holy Land three times each day in prayers.
Jews managed to maintain a presence in the Land of Israel as empire after empire invaded, claiming the Holy Land as their possession. This satirical film depicts the Jewish people’s millennia-long connection to the Land of Israel.