The Nakba

Film of Britain in Palestine, 1917-1948

Burying the Nakba: How Israel Systematically Hides Evidence of 1948 Expulsion of Arabs

Book review: We Could Have Been Friends, My Father and I by Raja Shehadeh

Strangers in My House’: Letters an Expelled Palestinian Sent David Ben-Gurion in 1948, Revealed

Britain, Israel and Jordan in the 1948 war

Britain played a crucial, but still unacknowledged, role in the Palestinian tragedy.

Abandoning Palestine: the end of the British Mandate and our continuing responsibility – 17/18 May 2022

Classified Docs Reveal Massacres of Palestinians in ’48 – and What Israeli Leaders Knew

Testimonies continue to pile up, documents are revealed, and gradually a broader picture emerges of the acts of murder committed by Israeli troops during the War of Independence. Minutes recorded during cabinet meetings in 1948 leave no room for doubt: Israel’s leaders knew in real time about the blood-drenched events that accompanied the conquest of the Arab villages.

Mass Palestinian grave at popular Israeli beach, Veterans confess

Israeli fighters at the 1948 battle in Tantura, a coastal village, finally come clean about the mass killing of Arabs that took place after the Palestinians’ surrender.

This is the biggest myth about Israel and the Nakba

It is one of the most enduring myths surrounding the 1948 war: The epic battle between a fearsome Arab Goliath and a new-born Israel to liberate Palestine. And it’s a fable that continues to inflict harm today.