Population 1948: 76920
Occupation date: 13/05/1948
Military operation: Bi'ur Hametz
Jewish settlements on village\town land before 1948: Tel Aviv
Jewish settlements on the built-up area of the village\town after 1948: Jaffa (turned into a Jewish city with an Arab minority)
Jewish settlements on village\town land after 1948: Bat-Yam Neighborhoods (Amidar), Ramat Yosef, Ramat Hanasi, Holon Neighborhoods (Tel Giborim), Neot Rachel, Jessy Cohen
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Tens of thousands of Yaffa’s inhabitants were deported in 1948 on ships heading for Gaza, Beirut, and other Mediterranean ports. The combined tour illustrated an act of returning to Yaffa in the...
The symposium will offer an extensive discussion of the issues addressed by the exhibition, with emphasis on memory and its erasure in Palestinian culture, particularly that of the city of Jaffa beyond...
Transcription of the video that Dvora produced espacially for the exhibit "And you shall tell your daughter"
Video prepared especially for the exhibition "Towards the return of Palestinians refugees" presented at the gallery of Zochrot in September 2011. In the video, filmed in the refugee camp of...
"On the day Yafa`s refugees return" - a film produced by Zochrot. The film was presented in Rothschild st. 65 gallery (in April 2010) as part of the exhibition "The First Boulevard",...
Video presented by Zochrot at an exhibition on the preservation of the well houses in Jaffa (Yafo), remains of the 1948 Nakba. For more information about the exhibition click here
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By: Mali DeKalo
I decided to make the video because of Zochrot while I was working on the exhibit - the location, the context it provided. I’m not sure...
By: Zochrot // The group of planning Return to Jaffa and Tel-aviv
Justice in Practice: Return to the Jaffa-Tel Aviv Area
By: Eitan Bronstein
A project curated by Gil Mualem Doron been hosted at Zochrot exhibition "Toward return of Palestinian refugees"
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Tens of thousands of Yaffa’s inhabitants were deported in 1948 on ships heading for Gaza, Beirut, and other Mediterranean ports. The...