Sunday, February 4, 2024

The Ongoing Nakba: A Call for Resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (“Zion’s Legacy”) - video

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 The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, deeply rooted in historical disputes and the quest for self-determination, faces a formidable challenge symbolized by the ongoing Nakba. The term signifies a continuous cycle of structural violence, colonization, and oppression against Palestinians, framing the current conflict as an extension of historical injustices. Despite opportunities for dialogue, challenges persist due to settlement expansions, security measures, and a cycle of violence eroding trust between the parties. The enduring crisis in Palestine reflects the ongoing Nakba, necessitating a comprehensive resolution that addresses root causes such as the refugee crisis and the right of return. To achieve lasting peace, a commitment to reconciliation, recognition of historical injustices, and meaningful dialogue are essential, fostering empathy and understanding for harmonious coexistence in the Middle East.

 "Zion's Legacy” is available @ https://rb.gy/9xfe7m


About the Author:
Cynthia F. Hodges, JD, LLM, MA has authored noteworthy books that challenge mainstream narratives and demonstrate a commitment to truth and justice.

• “Zion’s Legacy: The Nakba Catastrophe and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” - available at https://rb.gy/9xfe7m
• "CODE RED: The Secret Communist Takeover of America" - available at https://rb.gy/8bez9x
•  “Den of Vipers: Central Banks & the Fake Economy” - available at https://rb.gy/k1erzu

Web: cynthiahodges.com

Blogs: leadershipbygeorge.blogspot.com || plasticmacca.blogspot.com

Pen Name: Tina Foster

 

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Cynthia F. Hodges, JD, LLM, MA
Attorney and Author


• “Den of Vipers: Central Banks & the Fake Economy” @ https://rb.gy/k1erzu

Auriga Books, LLC
Email: cyn (at) cynthiahodges.com
 
 
 
 
 
 

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