Palestinian “Nakba” Day

By Jennifer Hanin, May 14, 2011

“Nakba” is an Arabic term meaning “catastrophe”. It is how the Arab States recognize the formation of Israel. This word alone gives an idea of how difficult changing perceptions in the Middle East about Israel is. Act for Israel believes it is important to counter the outlandish claims and beliefs that spur the Israel hatred with facts. You can help by tweeting the statements below…

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Jennifer Hanin

0 Responses to Palestinian “Nakba” Day

  1. Kristy says:

    Thank you for the true facts about Israel. Tweeted them all, and currently writing a detailed history of Israel and “Palestine” in my blog. Nice job with your talking points, and thanks for letting it be shared. 

  2. Kristy says:

    Thank you for the true facts about Israel. Tweeted them all, and currently writing a detailed history of Israel and “Palestine” in my blog. Nice job with your talking points, and thanks for letting it be shared. 

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