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‘Violence on both sides’ — ‘New York Times’ erases the Nakba

A New York Times story on the history of Jerusalem says that violence began in May 1948 after Israel's creation and that "huge numbers of Jews and Arabs were displaced." These are all lies that function as "hasbara," explanations of the conflict that serve the Israeli claims to greater Israel.
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