The Second Nakba: Displacement of Palestinians in and after the 1967 Occupation
June 1967, an Endless Six-Day War
Munir Nuseibah, June 2017
Nineteen years after the Nakba (1947-1949), Israel carried out a second wave of expulsions of Palestinians from their homeland during and after the 1967 war. Without hope of return, they were forcibly displaced from the Latroun area, East Jerusalem and the Jordan Valley to Jordan.
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In Palestine, European diplomats and officials all have the blues
Sylvain Cypel, April 2017
The Jericho free zone, in the Jordan Valley, was meant to help Palestine’s economic development and is financed by the European Union. But it’s a long way from theory to practise, for Israel creates ever new obstacles to destroy or block any initiative aimed at improving Palestinian lives. (...)