Nakba

***image2***Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets throughout Palestine on the 15th of May to commemorate Nakba Day – the Catastrophe of 1948 that heralded the beginning of the Occupation, the destruction of more than 450 Palestinian villages and the expulsion of around 800,000 Palestinians, beginning a process of expulsion which continues today. 57 years later, the Apartheid Wall is the latest stage in implementing the ultimate Zionist aim to expel the entire Palestinian people from their homeland.




***image2***Mohamed Lahrub, 70 years of age, from the village of Deir Samit, works in agricultural and farming, and says:




***image1***The Occupation is using their supreme court’s decision as a green light to destroy what little is left of Rafah camp. Starting from yesterday Occupation forces isolated the camp from the rest of Gaza Strip, blocking the main road to Khan Younis with tanks. The Occupation forces are planning a huge incursion with massive destruction including large-scale house demolitions and massacres against Palestinians, if need be.

***image1***The Occupation is using their supreme court’s decision as a green light to destroy what little is left of Rafah camp. Starting from yesterday Occupation forces isolated the camp from the rest of Gaza Strip, blocking the main road to Khan Younis with tanks. The Occupation forces are planning a huge incursion with massive destruction including large-scale house demolitions and massacres against Palestinians, if need be.

***image1***The Occupation is using their supreme court’s decision as a green light to destroy what little is left of Rafah camp. Starting from yesterday Occupation forces isolated the camp from the rest of Gaza Strip, blocking the main road to Khan Younis with tanks. The Occupation forces are planning a huge incursion with massive destruction including large-scale house demolitions and massacres against Palestinians, if need be.

***image1***The Occupation is using their supreme court’s decision as a green light to destroy what little is left of Rafah camp. Starting from yesterday Occupation forces isolated the camp from the rest of Gaza Strip, blocking the main road to Khan Younis with tanks. The Occupation forces are planning a huge incursion with massive destruction including large-scale house demolitions and massacres against Palestinians, if need be.

***image1***Walaja is located south west of Jerusalem. The village was Occupied in October 1948, but Palestinian and Egyptian guerillas fought off the Israeli battalions and successfully defended their village. Several times they were able to force the Occupation troops to withdraw, but in the end the village was Occupied. (Al Khalidi, Wallid 1992: All That Remains). The village was then destroyed, and Aminadav settlement was built on its lands along with an Israeli park.




***image1***Walaja is located south west of Jerusalem. The village was Occupied in October 1948, but Palestinian and Egyptian guerillas fought off the Israeli battalions and successfully defended their village. Several times they were able to force the Occupation troops to withdraw, but in the end the village was Occupied. (Al Khalidi, Wallid 1992: All That Remains). The village was then destroyed, and Aminadav settlement was built on its lands along with an Israeli park.




On the 56th Commemoration of the Nakba:

No to the Wall!

No to the New Expulsion!





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Fifty-six years have passed since the Nakba, the catastrophe of the Palestinian people that led to the expulsion of almost one million Palestinians and the destruction of more than 400 Palestinian villages.








On the 56th Commemoration of the Nakba:

No to the Wall!

No to the New Expulsion!





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Fifty-six years have passed since the Nakba, the catastrophe of the Palestinian people that led to the expulsion of almost one million Palestinians and the destruction of more than 400 Palestinian villages.








On the 56th Commemoration of the Nakba:

No to the Wall!

No to the New Expulsion!





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Fifty-six years have passed since the Nakba, the catastrophe of the Palestinian people that led to the expulsion of almost one million Palestinians and the destruction of more than 400 Palestinian villages.








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