Justice and objectivity do not always work together, not in Jerusalem, where Fadi Hijaz, lives and works as a journalist. As an Arab Israeli, Fadi struggles to
remain objective at work, while facing discrimination daily in his personal life. He holds an Israeli passport, but still faces long waits at checkpoints and doesn’t enjoy the same rights and status as other Israelis. Fadi is now engaged to be married and feels hopeful, but wonders how to reconcile the different parts of his life. Can a journalist live and work in a conflict region and still have a peaceful family life?