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Timed for the 74th anniversary of the nakba'>Palestinian Nakba, a new interactive digital encyclopaedia has been launched in Beirut providing a unique insight into Palestinian art and visual culture.

The Arab student, Watan Madi, used the term 'martyrs' while quoting an article by Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish at a memorial event to mark Nakba Day

There has been a resurgence of the “Nakba” (disaster) narrative and the demand for an Arab “right of return” in the fullest-imaginable magnitude among Israeli Arabs.

The US Presbyterian Church voted to declare Israel an apartheid state and establish a Nakba Remembrance Day, as well as passing two other resolutions highly critical of #Israel  on Tuesday at the American religious body's 225th General Assembly.

Resolutions calling to commemorate a Nakba Remembrance Day, asserting that journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was deliberately killed by Israel, and pushing for sanctions and travel bans on Israelis were adopted by the North Carolina Democratic Party.

Resolutions calling for a Nakba Remembrance Day, asserting that journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was deliberately killed by Israel, as well as sanctions and travel bans on Israelis were adopted by the North Carolina Democratic Party. ✍️ @Starrlord89 :

OPINION: The destruction of Jewish communities across the greater Middle East is a Nakba largely forgotten by the world. @MarkRegev  | #MiddleEast  | #Jews 

A day after attending a stormy Nakba Day demonstration near Tel Aviv University earlier this month, Aline Nasra noticed unusual activity on her Instagram page. “Suddenly, dozens of responses with Israeli flags started showing up”

Hanin Majadli's op-ed responds to this piece: "Anyone who can’t talk to a left-wing Zionist about the problematic nature of dozens of Palestinian flags being flown by Israeli citizens, will be facing threats of a second Nakba from right-wing lawmakers"

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30+ Palestinian families are facing eviction in occupied East Jerusalem under unequal Israeli law. The UN says evictions are "strategically focused" to expand illegal settlements and shift demographics. Palestinians say it is "like they did in the Nakba in 1948, and in 1967."

This week, the entire legacy media accused the GOP of backing anti-Semitic conspiracism. Also this week, the up-and-coming progressive wing of the Democratic Party pushed a resolution to declare Israel's establishment a "nakba," a "disaster." GFY.

Police in Berlin banned a vigil honoring Palestinian American journalist #ShireenAbuAkleh , who was killed by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank. Critics say the ban – one of several ahead of Nakba Day – is Germany's way of supporting the "oppression of Palestinians."

We can't understand what Israel is doing in Jerusalem--expelling Palestinians to create a Jewish city--without understanding how Israel was born: By expelling Palestinians to create a Jewish state. Until Jews face the Nakba, the Nakba will never end

When Israel was created, 80% of Palestinians became refugees. That’s why they call it the #Nakba  (catastrophe).

It’s 71 years since the Nakba, when at least 750,000 Palestinians were forced out of their homes during the creation of the state of Israel. This Christian Palestinian takes us through neighborhoods of East Jerusalem that have been destroyed to make way for Israeli settlers.

Today marks the 73rd anniversary of the Nakba, or “catastrophe,” when approximately 750,000 Palestinians were expelled from their homeland amid the creation of the state of Israel in 1948.

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The Nakba didn't end in 1948. Here’s the story of the Palestinian exodus explained from the beginning. #Nakba70 

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