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Nakba - The Palestinian catastrophe of 1948

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"A land without people", this is the vision of Palestine spread by Zionist propaganda since the end of the 19th century... There is nothing further from the truth: Palestine was inhabited, full of life and beauty. This is demonstrated by the stories of old Palestinians who escaped the ethnic cleansing of Jewish terrorist gangs, period photos, documents...

The purpose of our historical notebook on the Nakba is precisely to clarify, to explain the origins of the injustice of which the people of Palestine are victims, and to refute Israeli propaganda.

In the appendix:
*a legal sheet by Aldo Bernardini prof. of International Law. of Teramo

*afterword by Fernando Rossi, former sen. of the Republic

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