1948 Palestinians: Strangers in their Ancestral Homeland

The Palestinian body is approximately 13 million people, with about 3 million in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, 2 million in Gaza, and roughly 6 million outside of historic Palestine. There’s another segment of the Palestinian population; they exist as second-class citizens inside the 1948 territories. They’re sometimes referred to as “forgotten” as they’ve been denationalized by the state of Israel and live under an intricate apartheid system. Come and learn how an indigenous majority became a “foreign” minority in their ancestral homeland. Moderated by: Malak Kanan
November 26 @ 13:35
1:35 pm — 2:35 pm

Ballroom H

Tarek Khalil