Palestinians clash with Israeli forces on 'Nakba Day' in Ramallah May 15, 2017. (AP/Majdi)Mohammed) (AP/Majdi)Mohammed)
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Here’s the real reason why the Palestinian “refugee crisis” still has not been resolved.

Today is the day Palestinians call “Nakba Day,” which means “catastrophe” in Arabic and reflects their vision of Israel’s independence day.

Why, 70 years later, are Palestinians still referring to the descendants of Arabs who left during Israel’s war of independence as “refugees” when these individuals do not meet the the international definition of “refugee”?

Watch this video to find out:




Nakba Day

Today is the day Palestinian call "Nakba" day, commemorating the 700k+ Palestinian refugees who fled or were expelled as a result of the 1948 war launched by the Arab states to destroy Israel.But why 70 years later, have all other refugee crises of their time been resolved and not the Palestinians? What do you think? Share in the comments.

Posted by StandWithUs on Monday, May 14, 2018