Miscellaneous | Resources

What Is the Meaning of “Nakba”?

This loaded Arabic term has a long and surprising history.

Politics | Debunking Lies

The Perennial Power of the Nakba

How generations of Arab thinkers and leaders tried to turn the humiliation of their losses to Israel into a springboard to launch their nations into an enchanted new age.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

The Distorted ‘Nakba’ Narrative

Comparisons to the Holocaust are misleading and appalling.

History | History

The ‘Nakba’ Narrative is Nonsense

JNS.org - In the years since Israel’s rebirth in 1948 a narrative has taken root, a story of well-armed and financed Jewish immigrants overrunning peaceful Palestinian villages, brutally expelling Palestinians from home and country. This narrative is summ

Miscellaneous | Resources

Things you really need to know on 'Nakba Day'

The anti-Israel crowd make a lot of noise on Nakba Day. Here a some key things to know about the lies that they tell

History | HISTORY

Nakba Day: The real origin of the Palestinians' ‘catastrophe’

MAY 15 IS the anniversary of Israel's birth in 1948. It is also the date on which Palestinians in recent years have commemorated their Nakba, or "catastrophe." The events of 1948 were indeed catastrophic for the Arab refugees, perhaps as many as 700,000,

Politics | Hamas, Gaza & The Palestinian Authority

Palestinians are addicted to an endless cycle of ‘nakbas’

Israel’s pushback against rocket fire generated the usual condemnations. But the fighting with a rogue terror group based in Gaza is just the latest chapter of a century-old war against the Jews.

Politics | Debunking Lies

The Nakba Narrative: A History of Deception

A look at the Palestinian Nakba narrative and how it moved from the sidelines to becoming the dominant discourse throughout the Western world.

Politics | Debunking Lies

The Nakba myth hijacks Congress

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) has taken to Twitter to announce that she will introduce a House resolution that calls

Politics | Opinion

Nakba Day: Annual Reminder that Palestinians Learned Nothing from History

The Jews accepted the Partition Plan whereas the Arabs rejected it. In other words, the Jews chose compromise, and the Arabs gambled on war-and lost.

History | History

Pillars and Myths - destroying the false narrative of the 1948 Nakba

The 1948 Arab defeat was a self inflicted disaster and the Nakba narrative spread by anti-Israel activists is a myth - here is the proof.

News | News

Sheri Oz – Nakba Day for Peacemongers: A Combatants for Peace Oxymoron

Sheri Oz – Nakba Day for Peacemongers: A Combatants for Peace Oxymoron Come on Jews! Let us join in the Palestinian Nakba Day ceremony! After all, we were invited by the NGO Combatants for Peace. Must mean that this is another step along the path to

History | History

Elder Of Ziyon - Israel News: There has been a nakba for 72 years. But it isn’t what Palestinians say it is.

The word “nakba” was coined in 1948 by Constantin Zureiq in his pamphlet “The Meaning of Nakba,” but he didn’t describe it the way it is used today. His description of the events of 1948 were centered around the mistakes of the Arabs rather than the actions of the Jews.

History | History

Did Arab Violence Really Start With the 'Occupation'? | HonestReporting

 Arab violence is frequently justified because of the "Naqba" of 1948 and the "occupation" of 1967. After all, they insist, Jews forced Arabs from

History | History

The False “Nakba” Narrative

The term “Nakba,” originally coined to describe the magnitude of the self-inflicted Palestinian and Arab defeat in the 1948 war, has become in recent decades a synonym for Palestinian victimhood, with failed aggressors transformed into hapless victims

History | History

How Arabs stole Jewish property during the Jewish "Nakba" - Israel Ynetnews

As Palestinians mark 'Nakba Day,' history shows Jews were dispossessed of all their assets too after escaping Arab countries between 1944-1964

Politics | Opinion

What about the Jewish Nakba? - Israel Opinion, Ynetnews

Opinion, Ben-Dror Yemini: Op-ed: For decades, the Palestinians have nurtured the ethos of the Nakba while Israel chose to downplay the persecutions and expulsion of the Arab Jews. It is time to set the record straight.