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Nakba Day marked in Paris

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64 years ago, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were forced out of their homes in the face of Jewish and later Israeli troop advances. They were displaced from Palestine and lost their land and property. It is still a painful memory for some who recall that day which is known as the catastrophe.

Hadeel Abokhaled’s grandmother was one of them.

She told they had forgotten their sister in the home where they were fleeing out of the home and they couldn’t come back and there are a lot of stories like the families who took the pillow instead of their babies so we hear a lot of stories like this.

She says, almost every Palestinian family living in refugee camps, has a similar story to tell.

Their towns and villages were razed to the ground to make way for Israeli colonies.

In the French capital, this demonstration is a show of strength, a show of support for hundreds of thousand of Palestinians who lost their land, homes and families in 1948.

Six decades on, Palestinian refugees are scattered in camps in the West bank and Gaza Strip, or in neighboring countries like Jordan, Syria, Lebanon or elsewhere.

Palestinians were forced out of their native land, but their love for their land has transcended boundaries and lived on 64 years after occupation passing down from generation to generation.

They are still holding fast to their Palestinian identity and right of return and not a single one of them has forgotten the key to the ancestral home.

Whatever the solution to the plight of the Palestinians, one thing is clear… the scars caused by pain, separation and humiliation will not disappear any time soon.

(www.presstv.ir / 25.05.2012)
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Written by altahrir

May 25, 2012 at 4:21 pm

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