Memory can turn men into heroes

Al-Qattan, Omar
June 1999
New Statesman;06/21/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4441, p29
Describes the Palestinians' dispossession and expulsion from Palestine in 1948. Information on the cruelties suffered by the Palestinians; Description of the city of Jaffa in Israel after its surrender.


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