The “Nakba” day (or “catastrophe”) is commemorated on every 15 May by Palestinians and their families who were ethnically cleansed by Israel from their ancestral lands and homes in 1948. The ethnic cleansing of 750,000 Palestinians was accompanied by widespread massacres and looting. The biggest misconception about the “Nakba” was that it was due to the fighting that broke out in 1948 between the Zionist/Israeli forces and the Palestinians/Arab armies. This has been proven by many historian to be false. In reality the ethnic cleansing was not due to the 1948 war, but was actually a well planned Zionist operation to insure that the newly independent state of Israel would have a Jewish majority.
This ethnic cleansing of Palestinian started already in 1947, long before the Israeli – Arab war of 1948 was even declared. In 1947, The Zionist leadership implemented their secret “plan Dalet”, which called for the ethnic cleansing of the majority of the Palestinian Arab populations from Israel in order to make sure that the Jewish population would enjoy a clear ethnic and religious majority in the newly established Zionist state of Israel. Between 30 of March and 15 of May 1948, 200 Palestinian villages were occupied by Zionist armed forces and their inhabitants expelled.
In some villages, such as Deir Yassin and Ayn Al-Zaytun, horrible massacres were perpetuated. The towns of Tiberius, Haifa, Safed, Beisan, Jaffa, and Acre fell into Zionist hands. As a result more than 250,000 Palestinians were expelled.
All of this took place before the 1948 war between the Arab states and Israel even started, and even before the state of Israel was proclaimed. The ethnic cleansing of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians by Zionist forces was actually one of the reasons why the Arab states declared war on Israel.
By the end of 1948, approximately 750,000 Palestinians were ethnically cleansed from their land and homes, and were forced to leave everything behind as they fled for their lives.
To this day, Israel does not officially recognize the “Nakba” and Israeli propaganda claims the Palestinians left “willingly”, despite the overwhelming historical evidences and testimonies both from Palestinians and Former Israeli soldiers who took part in the 1948 massacres and ethnic cleansing of Palestine. The “Nakba” has been historically documented and verified by international history professors and academics from the US, UK, France, Israel and across the world, but Israel still refuses to officially recognize or admit it ever happened or that it was planned, and persecutes anyone in Israel who dares to commemorate it publicly and officially. Any academic or historian who researchers the “Nakba” is automatically labeled an “anti Semite” by Israel, its cronies in the media and Zionist groups worldwide. Israel refuses to acknowledge any Palestinian claims to the lands and property it stole since 1948 and until this day, property and lands estimated to be worth at least tens of billions of dollars.
Israel continues the “Nakba” to this very day, in the form of illegal settlements in the west bank that steals the remaining land the Palestinians managed to keep, and massacres of the Palestinian population in Gaza. Just yesterday, on may 14 2018, Israel Massacred 63 unarmed Palestinian civilians who protested against the Israel, and demanded to return to their lands. While Israel demands from the Palestinians to recognize it has a right to exist as a state, which it does just like any other state in the world, Israel refuses to recognize that Palestinian have a right to exist at all.
Bibliography: Martin Bunton and William L. Cleveland , “A History of the Modern Middle East.”
Illan Pepe, “The ethnic cleansing of Palestine.”
Charles Smith, “Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A History with Documents.”
Originally published on 2018-05-15
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