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65 Years Of Nakba Day
Every year on May 15, Palestinians all over the world hold demonstrations to commemorate Nakba Day, which marks the anniversary of the forcible eviction of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homeland by Israelis and the creation of Israel in 1948.—
Nakba Fact #4
Israeli historian Tom Segev writes in his book The Seventh Million: “Entire cities and hundreds of villages left empty were repopulated in short order with new immigrants. In April 1949 they numbered 100,000, most of them Holocaust survivors. The moment was a dramatic one in the war for Israel, and a frightfully banal one, too, focused as it was on the struggle over houses and furniture. Free people–Arabs–had gone into exile and become destitute refugees; destitute refugees–Jews–took the exiles’ places as a first step in their new lives as free people. One group lost all they had, while the other found everything they needed–tables, chairs, closets pots, pans, plates, sometimes clothes, family albums, books, radios, and pets.”
More than 10,000 Israeli settlers have just entered the Old City in Jerusalem, after Israeli soldiers and security forces forcibly evacuated the area of any Palestinians. Settlers marched in carrying Israeli flags and chanting slogans against Arabs and Palestinians, heavily…