Nakba Day 2013: Palestinians Mark 65th Anniversary Of 1948 Displacement
By Rizwan Khatik - Thu May 16, 3:09 pm
Palestinian exiles in Gaza that is home to the biggest Palestinian refugee population within the Mideast have held a rally to mark the sixty fifth Nakba Day.
The Nakba or catastrophe day marks the dispossession and expulsion of many thousands of Palestinian of their homes before the beginning of Israel on occupied Palestinian lands in 1948.
More than six decades down the road, refugees ar still scattered in camps within the gaza strip, the west bank, in neighboring countries and within the Diaspora.
They blamed the international community for their never ending plight.
As they marched to the United Nations office in the coastal strip, they referred to as on the United Nations to apply Resolution 194 that affirms the right of return for Palestinian refugees.
Despite their ongoing suffering Palestinian refugees are still holding fast to their Palestinian identity and right of return.
Israel that was violently created by Zionist gangs and with the assistance the help on destroyed Palestinian cities and villages in might 1948 has continuing to attack Palestinians throughout the years.
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) declared the strategic importance of resistance to liberate Palestine.
Annual Nakba Day rallies like this one serve to unite Palestinians and enhance their collective memory.
As years pass Palestinian refugees UN agency are suffering for many years say their determination for return has grown additional adamant.