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"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

The Nakba of 1948

The Nakba of 1948

"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

"Nakba ("catastrophe" in Arabic) of 1948, is when Palestinians were ruthlessly attacked, massacred and driven from their homes into refugee camps by Zionist terror groups, and never allowed to return in violation of international law."

Arab Refugees Living in Ruins  A Palestinian mother and her two children camped out in the ruins of a Roman amphitheater in Jordan. After the partitioning of Israel, many Arab families found themselves refugees in what was formerly their homeland and found that they had to move. Stock   Date Photographed: 	1949

Arab Refugees Living in Ruins A Palestinian mother and her two children camped out in the ruins of a Roman amphitheater in Jordan. After the partitioning of Israel, many Arab families found themselves refugees in what was formerly their homeland and found that they had to move. Stock Date Photographed: 1949

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