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Refugees (1967) Naksa Trilogy 1

TechnologyWoodcut Print on fine thick paper
Limited Edition8 prints in total
Artwork Classification“Limited edition” - Original works created in multiple with direct involvement of the artist.
Size42 x 34 cm
Year1967 (2021 Reprint)
Attributionsigned and numbered by Abed Abdi
Available7 prints
من أعمال الانتكاسة From the Naksa (1967) series

Refugees (1967), 2021

Naksa Day (Arabic: يوم النكسة‎, Yawm an-Naksa, meaning “day of the setback”) is the annual day of commemoration for the Palestinian people of the displacement that accompanied Israel‘s victory in the Six-Day War on 5 June 1967. As a result of the war, Israel took control of the Palestinian-populated West Bank and Gaza Strip, which were previously annexed by Jordan and controlled by Egypt, respectively.[1]

source: Wikipedia

يُشير يوم النكسة (5 يونيو 1967) إلى اليوم السنوي الذي يُحيي فيه الشعب الفلسطيني ذكرى التهجير والذي رافق انتصار إسرائيل عام 1967 في حرب الأيام الستة. فقد حدث كنتيجة لهذه الحرب أن استولت إسرائيل على الضفة الغربية وقطاع غزة، المأهولتين بالسكان الفلسطينيين واللتين كانتا في السابق تتبعان الأردن وتخضعان لسيطرة مصر على الترتيب.

 

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