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The movie theater is open for business in Israel, but its crowds are so heavy that it is difficult to get in.
If you’re hoping to watch the latest “The Martian,” the first movie of the Martian trilogy, you’ll have to go through a lengthy line to get into the lobby of the Movie Palace.
The lobby of The Israel Cinemas, located just inside the gates of the capital, is packed to the rafters with moviegoers, many of them wearing red and white shirts emblazoned with the Hebrew word “Judeo-Christian.”
The lobby, built in 1949, is the only movie theater that can accommodate 300,000 people at once.
“It’s impossible to find a room where we can comfortably seat 400 people,” said Moti Fink, a resident of the area.
It’s also difficult to find the movie tickets that are needed to enter the theater.
“If you want to see ‘The Martian,’ you’ll need to find someone to take your tickets,” Fink said.
A sign warns: “You must have tickets.”
In the years since the theater was built, its popularity has grown exponentially.
“The film industry here is not just a few movies,” said Naftali Rosen, who lives in the area and has visited the theater several times since the movie began in 2006.
“I think there’s a lot of new ideas and a lot to discover here.”
The Jerusalem Times was first to report the existence of the Israel Cinemases lobby.
On a recent Friday afternoon, a large crowd gathered in the lobby, chanting slogans in Hebrew and Arabic.
They wore T-shirts with the words “Hamas” and “Gaza.”
They were chanting the words at the top of their lungs.
“Gaza is ours,” they shouted, referring to the Gaza Strip.
The crowd was chanting against the Palestinian Authority, which the Israeli government considers an extension of Hamas.
The slogan was used at the end of the movie “The Interview,” in which North Korean leader Kim Jong Un asks an American journalist if he has any questions for him.
The Israeli government has long considered the Palestinian-controlled Gaza Strip a part of its territory, but the film depicts an Israeli soldier taking part in the battle against the Palestinians.
The Jerusalem Cinema is located in the heart of the city and hosts a number of events that are free and open to the public.
“We have a lot more space here,” Rosen said.
“But we still need to have more seats.”
“The Israelis have the greatest cinema here,” said Yair Barak, a theater worker who has visited The Israel Cinema for the past few years.
“There’s no doubt.
We need to get more seats.
There’s a reason why it’s closed.”
In fact, there are a few spots in the Jerusalem area where a large theater is not open, such as the Ben Gurion International Airport.
That’s because Israeli authorities have made it a policy to restrict the number of people who can enter the country.
“This is our home, and if they take it away, we will leave,” Barak said.
Some local officials have tried to keep The Israel Studios open, but they face a strong backlash from the community, many who claim that the theaters are discriminatory.
“They don’t want to be a part and they don’t have the money to open it up,” said Barak.
The majority of the population of the Jerusalem neighborhood is Israeli-Arab, and many of its residents are immigrants from the West Bank.
Barak says he’s not surprised that there are so many people in his neighborhood who have an anti-Palestinian stance.
“Every time I see a picture of an Israeli man or a Palestinian woman in the street, I feel this hatred,” he said.
The Jewish community in Jerusalem is one of the most diverse in Israel.
In the area around The Israel cinemas is a thriving Israeli-Palestinian community, but many of the young people are also left behind by the country’s economic and social progress.
“A lot of the immigrants have lost their jobs,” said Miri Regev, a local resident of Jerusalem’s Arab neighborhood.
“And so they want to make sure their children have a place to go to.”
For many, the only reason they are able to attend a movie is to get the chance to see their family, a dream that has become a nightmare in the past year.
“Some people are scared of going out in public,” said Fink.
“So we are worried if people are going to be attacked by people in the neighborhood, or if they are going out to the beach.
I think the moviegoers are afraid.
They don’t know what’s going to happen.”
It’s not just the theater’s patrons that are scared.
“My father is from Syria, and he told me that the people in our neighborhood are afraid of the new wave of immigrants from Gaza,” Finks said. There