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Angelina Jolie wants to go to Israel

Earlier this week, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C in part to promote Jolie’s directorial debut, “In the Land of Blood and Honey,” a love story set during the Bosnian War.

While there, Gil Tamari, the Washington bureau chief for Israel’s Channel 10, asked the famous movie stars for their opinion on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Tamari: I wondered, do you see yourself in the future doing also a story about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

Jolie: Israel and Palestine; I have not spent time there. I would like to spend more time.

Tamari: Would you like to come and visit and see the situation yourself?

Jolie: Of course, of course. There’s no good reason I haven’t been.

Tamari: Do you have any idea about the current situation and maybe some ideas how to solve the conflict?

Jolie: Do I? I wish I had the perfect answer for you. I wish I knew how to solve it. If I feel that I could help in any way, if I felt like I could be a part of the solution I’d like to help be a part of the solution, not just visit.

Tamari then turned to Brad Pitt to get his thoughts on his “wife’s” (The couple is not married) movie:

Pitt: I’m really proud of her. It’s difficult subject matter, it’s something I think stands above the normal movie fare.

Tamari: Do you see her doing stories about other conflicts, maybe the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

Pitt: It’s really her main interest. She works on it every-day, diligently. Yes, absolutely.



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