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WATCH: Palestinian, Jewish students commemorate Nakba at Tel Aviv University

Approximately 300 students marked Nakba Day on Sunday with a commemoration ceremony at Tel Aviv University. Palestinian students read testimonies of those who fled their homes or were expelled by Israeli forces during the 1948 War. A noisy counter-protest by students affiliated with nationalist group Im Tirzu took place opposite the ceremony.

For more +972 coverage from Nakba Day:
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Two Palestinians killed in Nakba Day protest
Liberating Israeli Jews from the dark legacy of the Nakba

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    1. annie

      thank you. and such a beautiful people. the young will not forget. someday the injustice of nakba will be recognized by everyone. awareness is growing everyday, week, month and year.

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    2. Tomer

      Did the nakba occur?
      or did the nakba not happen?

      Who cares?
      We know who started the war of Independence, don’t we?

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