Ramallah : The West Bank Activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba kick off Ramallah : The West Bank Activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba kick off

Ramallah : The West Bank Activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba kick off

Ramallah : The West Bank Activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba kick off Palestinian officials, in a press conference and a central march in the city center of Ramallah, launched activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba, in which they affirmed that the world not only marginalized the tragedy of the Palestinian people, but also provided all support for the establishment of Israel and adopting its narrative.  On Monday, Palestinian officials launched activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba, with a press conference in Ramallah, followed by a march and a central festival in the city center.  During the press conference held next to the tomb of the late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh said that the Palestinian people are commemorating "the beginning of a tragedy that our people have been living for 75 years."  Shtayyeh added, "The world not only marginalized the tragedy of the Palestinian people, but also provided all support for the establishment of Israel and adopting its narrative."  He continued, "Israel was built on the ruins of 530 demolished Palestinian villages, and its gangs committed more than 50 massacres, claiming the lives of 15,000 defenseless martyrs."  As for the member of the Executive Committee of the PLO, Wasel Abu Youssef, he said that "100,000 Palestinians were martyred and one million Palestinians were arrested since the Nakba."  He added, "Today, the Palestinian people confirm that their sacred right of return will not be subject to statute of limitations."   For its part, Palestinian factions called on the Palestinian people to "continue the struggle and rally around the option of resistance until the liberation of the land and the achievement of return."  This came in separate statements issued by the Palestinian factions on the occasion of commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba.  On this occasion, the Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" said in a statement that "there is no legitimacy or sovereignty of the Zionist occupation over any part of our blessed historical land."  While the "Islamic Jihad" movement confirmed that "the resistance is the bright face of our people, which seeks to sweep the entity from our land."  In turn, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine called for "adherence to all historical rights in Palestine, and to refuse to accept the results of the Nakba, by preserving the national and national rights of the Palestinian people in the land of their homeland completely and undiminished."  In the context, the Palestinian "Mujahideen" movement said, "The appropriate solution that we believe in in dealing with the enemy is the approach of resistance, and it is our strategic choice so that the strangers leave to where they came from."  The various governorates of the West Bank witnessed vigils, marches, and mass activities to commemorate the Nakba, at a time when official institutions suspended their employees’ working hours until midday to allow them to participate in these activities.  At exactly one o'clock in Palestine time (10:00 GMT), warning sirens sounded for 75 seconds (the number of years of the Nakba), and movement stopped throughout the sounding period of the sirens.  For the first time, the United Nations commemorates the Palestinian Nakba in 1948 in its corridors in New York City, in the presence of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.  The term "Nakba" is applied to the process of displacing the Palestinians from their lands in 1948 by "armed Zionist gangs", which is the year that witnessed the founding of Israel, and the Palestinians commemorate the anniversary with various activities on May 15 of each year.  According to a statement issued by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, published on Sunday, the number of Palestinians has increased about ten times since the Nakba in 1948, and today it is estimated at about 14,300,000, including about 6,400,000 refugees.

Palestinian officials, in a press conference and a central march in the city center of Ramallah, launched activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba, in which they affirmed that the world not only marginalized the tragedy of the Palestinian people, but also provided all support for the establishment of Israel and adopting its narrative.

On Monday, Palestinian officials launched activities to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba, with a press conference in Ramallah, followed by a march and a central festival in the city center.

During the press conference held next to the tomb of the late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh said that the Palestinian people are commemorating "the beginning of a tragedy that our people have been living for 75 years."

Shtayyeh added, "The world not only marginalized the tragedy of the Palestinian people, but also provided all support for the establishment of Israel and adopting its narrative."

He continued, "Israel was built on the ruins of 530 demolished Palestinian villages, and its gangs committed more than 50 massacres, claiming the lives of 15,000 defenseless martyrs."

As for the member of the Executive Committee of the PLO, Wasel Abu Youssef, he said that "100,000 Palestinians were martyred and one million Palestinians were arrested since the Nakba."

He added, "Today, the Palestinian people confirm that their sacred right of return will not be subject to statute of limitations."


For its part, Palestinian factions called on the Palestinian people to "continue the struggle and rally around the option of resistance until the liberation of the land and the achievement of return."

This came in separate statements issued by the Palestinian factions on the occasion of commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba.

On this occasion, the Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" said in a statement that "there is no legitimacy or sovereignty of the Zionist occupation over any part of our blessed historical land."

While the "Islamic Jihad" movement confirmed that "the resistance is the bright face of our people, which seeks to sweep the entity from our land."

In turn, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine called for "adherence to all historical rights in Palestine, and to refuse to accept the results of the Nakba, by preserving the national and national rights of the Palestinian people in the land of their homeland completely and undiminished."

In the context, the Palestinian "Mujahideen" movement said, "The appropriate solution that we believe in in dealing with the enemy is the approach of resistance, and it is our strategic choice so that the strangers leave to where they came from."

The various governorates of the West Bank witnessed vigils, marches, and mass activities to commemorate the Nakba, at a time when official institutions suspended their employees’ working hours until midday to allow them to participate in these activities.

At exactly one o'clock in Palestine time (10:00 GMT), warning sirens sounded for 75 seconds (the number of years of the Nakba), and movement stopped throughout the sounding period of the sirens.

For the first time, the United Nations commemorates the Palestinian Nakba in 1948 in its corridors in New York City, in the presence of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

The term "Nakba" is applied to the process of displacing the Palestinians from their lands in 1948 by "armed Zionist gangs", which is the year that witnessed the founding of Israel, and the Palestinians commemorate the anniversary with various activities on May 15 of each year.

According to a statement issued by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, published on Sunday, the number of Palestinians has increased about ten times since the Nakba in 1948, and today it is estimated at about 14,300,000, including about 6,400,000 refugees.

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