Nakba 72: From Balfour to the Great March of Return

The 1917 Balfour Declaration marked pivotal moment in the history of Palestine, laying the groundwork for Al Nakba in 1948 and decades of dispossession, conflict and displacement thereafter, affecting millions of Palestinian lives. Today, the displacement and dispossession of Palestinians continue, with more than 5 million registered Palestinian refugees still living in camps across the occupied Palestinian territories, Lebanon and Jordan, and in Syria.

From Balfour to the Great March of Return, take a look at our timeline below.

Interpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1917 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1917 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1947 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1947 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1948 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1948 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1967 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1967 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1982 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1982 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1987 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 1987 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2000 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2000 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2007 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2007 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2008 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2008 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2012 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2014 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2014 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2018 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2018 BInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2020 AInterpal Nakba 72 Timeline 2020 B
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