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Nakba Day: A 'clear challenge' to Israeli establishment - AJE News

18.5.16

Nakba Day: A 'clear challenge' to Israeli establishment - AJE News: This mass displacement and dispossession, known as the Nakba (catastrophe), is commemorated internationally each May. But in recent years, Israeli authorities have attempted to clamp down on events to mark the Nakba - most notably through a 2011 change to legislation pertaining to budget allocations.

What became known as the Nakba Law introduced a new condition to the criteria for eligibility for state funding, stipulating that funding could be denied if the body in question - such as a Palestinian municipality - marked Israel's Independence Day as a day of mourning.


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