Home > Tag Archives: Nakba

Tag Archives: Nakba

Erasing the Nakba | Counterpunch

Israel’s Tireless Efforts to Conceal the Historical Events Leading to Its Creation by NEVE GORDON Be’er-Sheva, Israel. I first heard about the Nakba in the late 1980s, while I was an undergraduate student of philosophy at Hebrew University. This, I believe, is a revealing fact, particularly since, as a teenager, I was a member of Peace Now and was raised ...

Read More »

Nakba anniversary message | Popular Resistance

On this 64th anniversary of the Nakba we mourn the ethnic cleansing that began in 1948 and that continues today with silent transfer, home demolitions, land confiscation and more. But we also celebrate an amazing resilience and success of the Palestinian endogenous people against incredible odds … We are grateful to be participants in shaping a better future for all.  ...

Read More »
I footnotes