Don’t Talk About The Nakba

Photo - Palestinian refugees leaving the Galilee in October–November 1948. Source - Wikipedia
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Don’t talk about the Nakba.
It’s neither the time, nor the place.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
You’ll lose respect from family and friends.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
Your financial support will be halted in a second.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
People will hate you and you’ll feel abandoned.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
It’s not your battle to fight.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
There was a war, they lost, and some just fled and hide.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
There was nothing here before we came.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
God promised us, the Jews, this holy land.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
We have nowhere else to go.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
Remember the Holocaust, and the Pogroms in Moscow.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
Thank the Zionist movement for your democratic country.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
They should have left your family in Morocco, if you ask me.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
You’ll be labeled as a self-hating Jew.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
What about Ethiopian and Mizrahi Jews, they suffer from racism too.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
They want all the Jews dead, end of story.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
They have 22 Arab countries and we have one, so I’m sorry.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
You forgot what terror feels like.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
You’re spewing darkness instead of light.
Don’t talk about the Nakba.
We really don’t want to know.
I won’t talk about the Nakba.
That’s what you’re here for.

Photo – Palestinian refugees leaving the Galilee in October–November 1948. Source – Wikipedia

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