Commemorated by Palestinians on 15 May each year
Nakba Day (Yawm an-Nakba, meaning "Day of the Catastrophe") is generally commemorated by Palestinians each year on 15 May, the day after the Gregorian calendar date when Israel declared its independence on 14 May 1948.
|Document:Condemnation of mass killings in Gaza||15 May 2018||Hans Köchler||"The deliberate targeting of civilians by the Israeli army – inside the territory of Gaza – constitutes a war crime and crime against humanity. Those responsible must be brought to justice – in conformity with the Statute and on the basis of the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) of which Palestine is a State Party."|
|Document:Gaza massacre should be a turning point for British Jews||16 May 2018||Aron Keller||The 2018 Gaza Massacre represents a turning point which eliminates any existing moral ambiguity around Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians. The sheer scale of the bloodshed makes the cognitive dissonance required for any decent individual to absolve Israel of culpability too difficult to sustain.|
|Document:UK Labour Party is right to drop racist IHRA guidelines of anti-Semitism||6 August 2018||The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Anti-Semitism definition guidelines the Labour Party are correctly omitting, are designed by Israeli propagandists to aid their many mass lobby attempts to stop international solidarity with the Palestinians and to deny Palestinians the right to express the nature of Israel’s 70 years of violence and racism towards them.|
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