Right-wing activists protest Nakba Day ceremony at Tel Aviv University

צילום: מוטי קמחי

Some 200 Israeli Arabs mark Palestinian day of ‘catastrophe’ in 1948; ‘recognizing the Nakba is the only way to resolve conflict,’ says student.

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