The series is entitled:
Life in the shadow of Israeli settlements
It purports to "highlight the difficulties of many Arabs [they actually wrote "Palestinians"] who live near Jewish communities [they actually wrote "settlements"] in the Judea and Samaria [they actually wrote "West Bank"]".
But it's all worthless propaganda, well, not worthless. Thanks to Jean Chung and Laurent Meirehans who seem to have snapped the wonderfully angled pictures.
No real presentation of true reality, what's going on, counter-claims, balance, etc. Mainly close snaps so maybe just outside the frame is something interesting
I don't think there's a similar series but just the reverse - Jews living in close proximity to Arabs who suffer rock-throwing, firebomb-tossing, shooting, travel difficulties, closed roads , etc.
Yes, BBC, Jews suffer harassment. You don't think so?
And they suffer injury.
In close proximity.
Will complaints be submitted to the BBC?
Go on, go here and submit one.
The story's URL page is http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8518436.stm