Vanishing Palestine: The making of Israel’s occupation


While the 1967 invasion and subsequent occupation marked what Arabs called the “Naksa”, or a severe setback in their ambitions for Palestinian liberation, the policy implemented by Israel on those fateful days to illegally seize that land was merely the continuation of what occurred during the founding of Israel, which is known as the “Nakba”, or catastrophe.

Click here to see Al Jazeera’s informative video. 


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