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Series Info: 

  • Full Name: Fauda
  • Season: 1-3
  • Episodes: 12,12,12
  • Language:  Hebrew With English Subtitles
  • Release Year: 2015-20
  • Size: 300MB (Each Episode)
  • Quality: 720p -BluRay
  • Format: Mkv

 Storyline:

After retiring from the Israel Defense Force, Doron is working on a vineyard. He gets roped back into active duty, though, upon learning that an enemy who Doron thought his unit had killed is still alive and plans on attending his brother’s wedding. Doron rejoins the IDF team with the intention of going under cover at the wedding, but the plan goes awry when the team’s cover is blown. That sets into motion a chaotic chain of events and leads IDF into a manhunt to locate and kill the squad’s target.Eighteen months prior to the start of the show, the Israeli soldier Doron and his unit were credited with killing the terrorist Taufiq Hammed. Following this, Doron retires from service in order to grow a vineyard. At the beginning of season 1 Doron is visited by Moreno, the commander of his old unit, who informs him that Taufiq Hammed is still alive and plans to attend his brother Bashir's wedding. Doron rejoins his team in order to go undercover at the wedding. Ultimately they are discovered and Bashir is killed, moments before Taufiq is to arrive. Although Doron is able to shoot Taufiq, and injures him, 

Fauda (Hebrew: פאודה‎, from Arabic: فوضى‎ fawḍā, meaning "chaos") is an Israeli television series developed by Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff drawing on their experiences in the Israel Defense Forces. The series premiered on February 15, 2015. It tells the story of Doron, a commander in the Mista'arvim unit and his team as they pursue a Hamas arch-terrorist known as "The Panther." The first season was filmed in Kafr Qasim during the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict. It premiered on February 15, 2015. The second season premiered on December 31, 2017. The third season takes place in the Gaza Strip. It aired in 2019 and 2020.[1][2] Internationally, the series is streamed by Netflix.[3] By April 2020, the series was in its third season.[4]

Taufiq escapes. Taufiq barely survives the gunshot wound and is forced to have secret emergency surgery so as to not reveal that he is alive or where he is. Doron convinces Moreno to allow him to stay on with the unit until they catch Taufiq. Bashir's family all mourn him as a shahid (martyr) and his wife, Amal, vows revenge. Taufiq's right-hand man, Walid, convinces his cousin Shirin to help Taufiq escape from the hospital minutes before Doron's team arrives. Amal, distraught over Bashir's death, volunteers to bomb a nightclub which Boaz, 

Doron's brother-in-law and a member of his unit, frequents. This will ensure that the Israelis get the message that it is revenge on Boaz for the killing of Bashir. The plan is for Amal to arm the bomb in her purse and then leave the club three minutes before its detonation. However, Amal decides to stay and die in the explosion. Boaz regains consciousness following the blast and finds his girlfriend's body. Boaz does not handle the discovery well, and after getting pulled over, physically assaults the police and ends up in jail. While on a mission, Boaz gets captured and is held hostage by Hamas. Doron and his team decide to prepare an unapproved mission to kidnap Taufiq's friend Sheikh Awadalla in an attempt to get Boaz back. When Doron finds out that Taufiq had a bomb implanted inside of Boaz, the team kidnap Taufiq's daughter to use as additional leverage. Ultimately Boaz and the Sheikh both get blown up, and Taufiq's daughter gets badly injured. Doron, still undercover, interviews for a position to be a shahid for Taufiq, a role which he ultimately gets recruited for. 

The most frequent criticism of Fauda has been that for a show based on the Israel-Palestine conflict, it depicts only one side of the story. In its third season, the makers have attempted to rectify this slightly. The rhetoric still remains largely pro-Israeli, but there is a conscious effort to highlight the plight of the Palestinian people, majorly those who play no part in this violent conflict.

The season begins with trigger-happy hero Doron Kabilio (Lior Raz) undercover as Abu Fadi, a boxing coach in the Palestinian village of Dhahiriya in the West Bank. His mission is to nab Fauzi Hamdan (Amir Khatib), a Hamas operative in the region who is planning an attack on Israel (If you’ve watched the first two seasons of Fauda, you know there’s always someone planning an attack on Israel). Doron coaches Bashar Hamdan (Ala Dakka), Fauzi’s first cousin and a promising boxer. Over time the two have grown close and Bashar looks up to Doron as a father figure. Bashar’s father Jihad Hamdan (Khalifa Natour), meanwhile, is a former Palestinian fighter who has just been released after serving 20 years in Israeli prison.

When Doron kills Fauzi one night, Bashar’s proximity to him comes under the scanner. It is insinuated that Bashar was aiding Doron, and he’s branded a traitor. This is the central premise of the season. Doron has set in motion a chain of events that will change the Hamdan family’s lives forever. A perfectly innocent 20-year-old is now embroiled in a war that he never wished to be a part of. Bashar and Jihad are now on the run to escape the Palestinian forces. To prove their loyalty to the Palestinian cause, they abduct a couple of Israeli teenagers, which means the Israelis are now after them. Back home, Bashar’s mother and sister are routinely harassed by the Israeli forces.

The season packs its finer moments when it portrays the suffering that arises from this hate-fuelled conflict. While the innocent certainly bear the brunt, those in the thick of the war have their share of misery too. Doron is so absorbed in his profession that his family life suffers. He now only sees his children at supervised visitation centres and his son Ido (Mel Malka) has grown to detest him. This is the price one pays to be an operative. Avihai (Boaz Konforty), the sniper in Doron’s special ops unit, is plagued with guilt after he accidentally shoots his own teammate dead during an operation. The team, which is a close-knit group as we’ve seen in the previous seasons, struggles to cope with the death of one of their own. Whether it’s the Hamdans’ plight, the two kidnapped teenagers or the afflictions of Doron and his teammates, the events that ensue in this season beg the question, is this conflict really necessary? Decades of hatred only seem to bring more agony to both the factions.

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The action moves to Gaza

After basing two seasons in the West Bank, Fauda ventures into Gaza in its third season when Bashar and Jihad escape to the strip. The makers have done a tremendous job in showing Gaza visually. It has all the Palestinian elements from the West Bank settlements, but with evident poverty. Life here is different from the West Bank. Electricity is available barely for a few hours a day here. Fauda has always been a beautifully shot show. In this season, the makers have done away with their trademark style of showing aerial shots as if they’re live feed from a surveillance drone.

The Gaza segment of the season keeps you hooked because you know how high the stakes are here. This is a different ball game for Doron and co. While the Israelis can freely move around most of West Bank, Gaza is a Hamas stronghold where they aren’t welcome. Entering the strip is a potential suicide mission. They don’t have backup at their disposal here. If you’re found, there’s no way out.

The show steers away from the complexities of the conflict

The season ticks all boxes that are needed to make a riveting action thriller – a gripping storyline, a healthy dose of high octane action and wonderful camerawork. Fauda had already set the bar high with its slick action sequences. This season outdoes the previous ones on this front. Almost every episode contains a cut-throat operation or a heroic rescue mission that leaves you awestruck.

Disappointingly, the show doesn’t get into the complex politics of the Israel-Palestine conflict. It chooses to focus solely on the ground zero, operational side of the war. At the end of the day, Fauda doesn’t offer a layered story. The makers unapologetically aim at serving up a fast-paced action thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat, with the action being its ultimate selling point. The conflict serves merely as a rich backdrop here.

WATCH OR NOT
The third season of Fauda is its strongest one yet as it paints a picture of the suffering that arises from the Israel-Palestine conflict on both sides, all while keeping up the action.

Director: Rotem Shamir
Writers: Michal Aviram, Avi Issacharoff, Lior Raz
Cast: Lior Raz, Marina Maximilian Blumin, Ala Dakka, Khalifa Natour, Itzik Cohen
Language: Hebrew, Arabic (with English subtitles)
Streaming on: Netflix

Taufiq reveals his plan to Walid: they received sarin nerve gas that will be detonated in the synagogue, which will cause Israel to retaliate with force, committing war crimes and forcing other Islamic states to respond. Walid eventually discovers Doron's true identity and orders Doron to be killed, however the rest of the unit shows up just in time to kill everyone who was watching him. Walid shows the proof to Taufiq and then shoots him in the back of the head.

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