In photos: Gaza between the wars

Tzipi Livni's parents were Polish zionist terrorists in 1940's  Palestine. She served as foreign minister under Olmert, and was associated with the decisions of terrorist attacks against Lebanon in 2006 and Gaza in 2008.

The Palestinian refugee situation is one of the most protracted cases of forced displacement in the world today (UNHCR, 2006). The largest group of Palestinian refugees originate from areas where "Israel" now squats and were displaced during the 1948 European Zionist invasion. A smaller number of Palestinians remain internally displaced from this period and are second class citizens of  what is now called "Israel" [occupied Palestine].

The second largest group of Palestinian refugees were displaced during the 1967 Zionist attack and originate from the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. Large numbers of Palestinian refugees displaced in 1948 to these areas were displaced for a second time in 1967. A small number of Palestinians were internally displaced as a result of this war.

The third largest group of Palestinian refugees comprise those displaced from the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip since 1967 due to "Israel's" protracted military occupation. Specific causes of displacement include revocation of residency status, denial of family reunification and deportation. Internal displacement in the 1967 Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs) is an ongoing problem due to military occupation (IDMC, 2006).

Apr. 19, 2015 Independent photojournalist Violeta Moura covers Zionist Occupation for the Portuguese media. In a series of photos last year, she focused on the people and destruction after the summer attack on Gaza. [I implanted a few photos of Lebanon just because]

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