Lyrics: "Peace will yet descend upon us, one and all... (repeat)"
Shot on the steps between floors at Jerusalem's Central Bus Station. Having used the station and those stairs innumerable times, I can tell you that such a scene isn't an unusual occurrence. 'Specially when you have to ask them to move their backpacks aside so you can pass with yours.
In the words of Mererhetoric:
You can easily see the same kind of scene playing out in Saudi Arabia or Iran. The heaviness of depression and the lack of morale - the growing despondency of Israelis that the LA Times keeps telling us about - that comes through in the movie.
Oh - and the love of war. The whole joyfully singing about peace thing really brings that out, don't you think? It's always like this - there seems to be little difference between the Israeli approach to life and the seething of their genocidal enemies. Except for the vast and total difference between the two.