North Africa and the Middle East have risen in protest, and the state of affairs in Palestine is no different. In what is now being named the March 15 Movement, tens of thousands of Palestinians, especially those of the youth, have pressed for an end to the bitter rivalries of Fatah and Hamas, between the divides of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Their demands have come in the midst of mortar fire and airstrikes; and in spite of bloody crackdowns from the different security forces of Palestine, thousands of young demonstrators have continued picketing for national unity across Gaza and the West Bank. Focus on the Global South-Philippines and Stop the War! Coalition-Philippines have recently teamed up in order to an effort to raise consciousness among the youth and academics in Metro Manila and in Mindanao of the socio-political context in which these protesters and political organizations have been moving about. The following video is one of the materials that has so far been used for the Solidarity with Palestine campaign—it is a six-minute version of the documentary To Shoot an Elephant of Alberto Arce, which provided an eyewitness account of the mercilessness and mayhem of Israel’s Operation Cast Lead in December 2008. While Focus claims no originality for any material displayed in the video, it has considerably shortened, as well as rearranged many of the original documentary’s elements in order to quickly acquaint the milieu and dilemmas probed by the film with local audiences. As To Shoot an Elephant was dedicated to the ambulance crews and the victims of Operation Cast Lead, so this campaign cut has also been made for all the innocent Palestinians who have since lost their lives on account of armed aggression. One hopes that with the emergence of the March 15 Movement we are finally seeing the beginning of the end of the Palestinian occupation, and of the Gaza siege.