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Ethnic cleansing ("transfer"): the nazihun, the victims of the expulsions in 1967

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1: Ethnic cleansing: Israeli prevention of return by West Bank/Gaza Palestinians who were abroad when Israeli invaded in 1967

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#2602 Report on the razing of Emmaus, Beit Nuba and Yalou in 1967
by Amos Kenan 1970

#28514 Raful: we are like the white minority in South Africa
by Shulamit Morrim, Yigal Arens (translator from Hebrew to English) in Yediot Ahronot, 25 December 1987

#5047 What is a refugee? What is a displaced person?
by Ori Nir in Ha’aretz, 7 March 1995

#8758 Out of Jerusalem?
by Afif Safieh December 1997

#37162 Emptying the valley
by Graham Usher in Al-Ahram Weekly, 11 June 1998

#4135 The Moroccan Quarter: A History of the Present
by Thomas Abowd in Jerusalem Quarterly (formerly Jerusalem Quarterly File), 2000

#4147 I Saw Ramallah
by Mourid Barghouti, Ahdaf Soueif, Edward Said February 2001

#5020 The Politics of Denial: Israel and the Palestinian Refugee Problem
by Nur-eldeen Masalha 17 October 2003

#17495 Back to ethnic cleansing? As attitudes harden, the region faces terrible possibilities, including population transfer
by Barbara Smith in New Statesman, 12 July 2004

#13548 Twilight Zone / A feast of rotten tomatoes
by Gideon Levy in Ha’aretz, 28 January 2005

#16679 On the Border: Memoir of a Militant Jew
by Michel Warschawski 1 April 2005

#64324 In praise of the occupation
by Amira Hass in Ha’aretz, 5 June 2007

#64974 Crossing the Line interviews Palestinians displaced during 1967 war
by Christopher Brown, Samira Khoury, Nadia Hijab, Phyllis Bennis in Electronic Intifada, 13 June 2007

#64938 Out of sight maybe, but not out of mind
by Zafrir Rinat in Ha’aretz, 13 June 2007

#105249 Justice and couscous
by Gen Sander in Electronic Intifada, 25 February 2009

#133655 Israel keeps evidence of ethnic cleansing locked away
by Jonathan Cook in Electronic Intifada, 18 August 2010

#170553 Israels Gesture of Goodwill: No Return to the West Bank for the June 1967 War Refugees
by Avi Raz March 2012

#354189 How to expel: Advice to Trump from an Israeli
by Amira Hass in Ha’aretz, 01 February 2017

Ethnic cleansing: Israeli prevention of return by West Bank/Gaza Palestinians who were abroad when Israeli invaded in 1967

#93499 Beyond Intifada: Narratives of Freedom Fighters in the Gaza Strip
by Hayim Gordon, Rivca Gordon, Taher Shriteh 2003

#41425 After 30 years, wife loses right to enter Israel
by Amira Hass in Ha’aretz, 10 July 2006

#41413 Israel bars Palestinian Americans for first time since 1967
by Amira Hass in Ha’aretz, 10 July 2006

#64324 In praise of the occupation
by Amira Hass in Ha’aretz, 5 June 2007

Quotations

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"In the power of my authority as Military [Governor] of Jerusalem, immediately after the city was liberated in 1967, I gave orders that Arab inhabitants be evacuated from the Western Wall area and from the Jewish quarter in the Old City. They were given, in agreement, alternative housing in Jerusalem and its environs."
(by Shlomo Lahat, 26 July 2001)



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