Activestills Photo: Nakba commemoration, Aida Refugee Camp, Bethlehem, West Bank, 14.5.2014

A child from the Aida Refugee Camp, near the West Bank city of Bethlehem, flies a kite over the Israeli separation wall during a Nakba commemoration event on May 14, 2014.

Photographer: Ryan Rodrick Beiler

Nakba, Arabic for “catastrophe,” is the term given to the forced displacement of some 750,000 Palestinian refugees from 500 communities by Zionist forces before, during and after the 1948 War. 



Activestills is a collective of Israeli, Palestinian, and international photographers for political and social change. Born Equal thanks Activestills for permitting the use of this photo.

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