I binged the two seasons of this show on Netflix and really enjoyed it. It's certainly something different. It features an Israeli anti-terrorism unit on one side and (in the first season) a terrorist whom they thought they had killed on the other side. Without getting political, it does a good job of portraying both sides of the conflict, to the extent that Israeli creators and writers can do so. For what it's worth, the NYT named it the best international show of 2017. There's lots of first-hand experience portrayed, as co-creator/lead character served in a similar Israeli unit (reminiscent of The Americans, in which creator Joe Weisberg is a former CIA officer). I read that it's popular in both Israel and among Palestinians, though the consensus among the latter isn't universal: Watching Israeli TV’s Fauda as a Palestinian - The Atlantic Somebody who speaks Arabic told me that many of the "Palestinians" in the show speak Arabic with an Israeli accent, but I didn't notice and it didn't ruin the experience for me. I did notice on IMDB that some of them are Palestinian citizens of Israel. Politics aside, I also enjoy turning the brain off and enjoying the action in this show, of which there is plenty. This video piece by The Wrap has some minor spoilers, but nothing that will kill the experience if you decide to watch the series.