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What is the Nakba?. מפה של קרן הקיבוץ הדתי. צילום קרן הקיבוץ הדתי. “Nakba” is an Arabic word meaning “great disaster” or “catastrophe” (نكبة).

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What is the Nakba?

מפה של קרן הקיבוץ הדתי

צילום קרן הקיבוץ הדתי

“Nakba” is an Arabic word meaning “great disaster” or “catastrophe” (نكبة).

It refers to the destruction of most Palestinian localities that existed in the area that became the state of Israel, and the expulsion of most of their Palestinian residents, in 1948.

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Top right: Kvuzat Yavne in 1943. Top left: A map from 1946 prepared by the ”Religious Kibbutz Fund”, showing Jewish localities in the Yavne area. Below: A 1991 photo of the remains of the mosque in Yibna , a Palestinian locality destroyed in the Nakba. Next to it is a portion of a 1941 map of Palestine showing the locality.

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Encountering the Nakba

How does one encounter the Nakba?

There are places where one encounters the Nakba even without being aware of it.

Postcard. Vacationers on the beach at Achziv Park; remains of the village of al-Zeeb in the background. (Photographer: Werner Braun, Jerusalem).

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Encounter

A house in the al-Manshiyya neighborhood in the town of Jaffa. Today: The Etzel Museum in Tel Aviv-Yafo (2008. Photo: Amaya Galili).

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A mosque in the village of Wadi Hunayn. Today it’s a synagogue near Nes Ziona (1987. Photo: Ra’fi Safiya).

Encounter

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School in the village of Kuwaykat. Today it’s the youth club of Kibbutz Beit HaEmek (2008. Photo: Raneen Jeries)

Encounter

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al-Majdal’s main mosque, where today there are galleries and Ashqelon’s municipal museum.

Encounter

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The Abu Kheel’s family home of the village of Shaykh Muwannis. Today it’s the Tel Aviv University faculty club and a banquet hall (2008. Photographed by Talia Fried).

Encounter

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Encounter

Remains of buildings in the village of Summayl (Al-Mas\'udiyya). Today at the intersection of Ibn Gvirol and Arlozorov Streets in the center of Tel Aviv. (2007. Photographed by Michael Yakobson)

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Buildings in the village of Lifta, at the entrance to Jerusalem (Photographed by Zochrot)

Encounter

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A Palestinian cemetery. Today it’s part of Independence Park, next to the Hilton Hotel in Tel Aviv. (2006. Photographed by Deborah Bright)

Encounter

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Many JNF forests were planted on the ruins of destroyed Palestinian villages. The photo shows the remains of the village of Qula (2006. Photographed by Deborah Bright)

Encounter

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Sabra hedges enclosed agricultural land in many locations prior to 1948. The photo shows land in the village of Saffuriyya (2006. Photographed by Deborah Bright)

Encounter

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Encounter

“Jewish localities were established in place of Arab villages. You don’t even know the names of those Arab villages, and I don’t blame you, because those geography texts no longer exist. Not only the books are gone; the Arab villages are also gone: Nahalal in place of Ma’lul; Kibbutz Gvat in place of Jibta; Kibbutz Sarid in place of Huneifis; Kfar Yehoshua in place of Tal Al-Shuman. Wherever Jews built, they built on land where Arabs once lived.”

(Minister of Defense Moshe Dayan, 4.4.1969, from an article in Ha’aretz).

AP

1964, צילום: קק"ל

Most Israel Jews don’t know the names of the Palestinian villages because they were changed or erased completely when the state was established.

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Saffuriyya

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Avi Menks & Amaya Galili

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ِal-Musrara

Morasha

Matson Collection, 1900-1920

PalestineRemembered.com

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Ayn Karim

Ein Karem

Matson Collection (1914)

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al-Lydd

Lod

Matson Collection (1900-1920)