Palestinians in the Middle East commemorate the “Nakba” with an eye on Gaza

Palestinians in the Middle East commemorate the “Nakba” with an eye on Gaza

Jerusalem — Palestinians in middle East commemorated on Wednesday the anniversary of their mass expulsion from what is now Israel with mass protests and other events across the region at a time of growing concern about the humanitarian catastrophe in Loop.

The Nakba, the Arabic word for catastrophe, refers to the 700,000 Palestinians who fled or were expelled from what is now Israeli territory during the war that surrounded the country’s creation in 1948.

More than double that number have been displaced within the Gaza Strip since the start of the latest war, sparked by a Hamas attack on southern Israel on October 7. The agencies of United Nations They say 550,000 people, almost a quarter of the besieged enclave’s 2.3 million inhabitants, have had to move in the last week alone as Israeli troops advance on the southern city of Rafah, along the border with Egypt. , and its return to some areas in the north.

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