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Al Nakba | The Catastrophe النكبة
Nakba 71 years later, We Will Never Forget
REMEMBER PALESTINE / May 15th 1948
The Palestinian people were ethnically cleansed from their homes, lands, and villages by the Zionists before and after the creation of the State of Israel on May 15th 1948. More than 750,000 Palestinians were made homeless refugees, forced to live in inhumane conditions and squalid refugee camps that were set up by the UN. These refugee camps were only supposed to serve as a “temporary” solution until the refugees were permitted to go back home according to UN Resolution 194 (The Right of Return):The Geneva Conventions regarding refugees, and other Internationally Recognized Laws.
Now after more than 71 years, Palestinian refugees are still living in camps while Israel continues to ignore countless UN Resolutions.
In fact, till this very day, Israel continues to create yet more homeless refugees in Palestine.
The 1948 Palestinian Exodus (Arabic: الهجرة الفلسطينية, al-Hijra al-Filasṭīnīya), also known as Al Nakba (Arabic: النكبة, an-Nakbah), meaning the “disaster”, “catastrophe”, or “cataclysm”, occurred when more than 750,000 Palestinian Arabs fled or were expelled from their homes by Yishuv or Israeli forces, during the creation of the state of Israel and the civil war that preceded it. The term “Nakba” was first used in this way by Syrian historian Constantine Zureiq in his 1948 book, Ma’na al-Nakba (The Meaning of the Disaster).
We commemorate the Palestinian Nakba (Catastrophe) today - 71 years since the creation of the illegal state of Israel on Palestinian soil. And though the devastation is ongoing, Palestine lives in the hearts, minds and souls of its people.
The struggle for justice and freedom continues…
We shall return.
LONG LIVE PALESTINE
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