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Einstein letter blamed Jewish terrorists for risking ‘catastrophe’ in Palestine

Einstein letter blamed Jewish terrorists for risking ‘catastrophe’ in Palestine

This letter was written by Albert Einstein at the time of the Deir Yassin massacre in April 1948 to an American Zionist, denouncing the Zionist militias’ terrorist activities at the time. It is interesting that Einstein’s choice of word, “catastrophe”, is also the Palestinians’ word in Arabic, the Nakba. Source

Israeli historian describes ethnic cleansing of Palestine in 1948 (Nakba)

Israeli historian describes ethnic cleansing of Palestine in 1948 (Nakba)

Dr. Ilan Pappé is an Israeli historian who was a senior lecturer at Haifa University from 1984-2007. His position as an Israeli academic gave him access to official Israeli historical archives. Through research this Israeli-born academic learned the truth about the Israeli narrative. This clip of a lecture he gave in the US clarifies what happened on 1948, May 15th as Yawm An-Nakba or “Day of the Catastrophe.” “It was suggested to them that so few years after the Holocaust…

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64th anniversary of the Nakba

64th anniversary of the Nakba

Today, 15 May 2012, marks the 64th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba, the anniversary of the uprooting of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homeland. This was the harshest and most brutal ethnic cleansing in the world, and included systematic and deliberate killings and displacement. This culminated in a declaration of the State of Israel on the debris of Palestinian people, cities and villages.