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It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World Subtitles Serbian

Meanwhile, in Ramallah, complaints about the dullness of life in the Palestinian towns were mounting. Bethlehem was the first to re-open its movie houses closed since June. Jerusalem followed, and finally Ramallah. By the end of 1967 all the movie houses that had been in operation before the war resumed their activities. Without cultural access to the Arab world, the only films that could be screened were those which the cinemas had in store or which came via Israel. This meant fewer Arabic films were shown. Ajnabi films were brought from Israel. Instead of Arabic subtitles, these films were subtitled in Hebrew, which no one could read.

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