What is Zochrot really remembering?

On March 21-22 the Israeli NGO Zochrot held its “Third International Conference on the Return of Palestinian Refugees“ in Tel Aviv. The two-day event featured an all-star team of anti-Israeli Israeli speakers from NGOs and academia, all to promote the Palestinian “right of return.”
Zochrot’s goal is “rais[ing] public awareness of the Palestinian Nakba” and “recognizing and materializing the right of return,” stressing that “the rights of the refugees to return must be accepted.” Nothing brings together Israel haters, including Americans, like the Palestinian “right of return.”

By Asaf Romirowsky, April 14, 2016 The Times of Israel


Anti-Israel Organization Zochrot to Host Conference in Tel Aviv Next Week

Zochrot, an organization that opposes the State of Israel, will host a conference in Tel Aviv next week, with the main topic on how to destroy Israel as a Jewish state, Arutz Sheva reports.

By Menachem Rephun, March 14th, 2016 JP updates


EU-funded group holds forum on destroying Israel, in Tel Aviv - Radical anti-Israeli organization Zochrot will host conference in Tel Aviv next week, to discuss how to end Israel as Jewish state.

March 14, 2016 Arutz Sheva.


NGO bent on holding anti-Israel event at landmark
Radical left-wing NGO Zochrot says it chose Land of Israel Museum for pro-Palestinian conference because it sits on site of former Arab village • Group says decision shows defiance in era when "cultural institutions and intellectuals feel persecuted."

Feburary 3, 2016 Israel Hayom, Yehuda Shlezinger and Lilach Shoval


WATCH: The Palestinian youth realizing their dream of return
For three years, a group of young Palestinian citizens of Israel has been meeting in order to imagine and plan their return to the destroyed villages from which their parents and grandparents were expelled.
The project they initiated, “Udna” (“Return”), aims to give the younger generation an awareness of the Nakba, and to create actual models for return. In episode 3, refugees from Iqrit return to their abandoned village, despite the state’s opposition. 

Social TV, January 2016