Safiya Jawabrah holds the key to her family’s property seized in 1948 in front of her home at al-Aroub refugee camp in the West Bank city of Hebron, 14 May. Palestinians mark Nakba Day on 15 May to commemorate the ethnic cleansing of approximately 700,000 Palestinians during the violence that led to the founding of Israel in 1948. (Mamoun Wazwaz / APA images)
Via Electronic Intifada


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