Ethnic cleansing and genocide have darkened the pages of history, leaving behind scars that continue to affect Palestine, their history, families, children, the elderly, a struggle that remains at the center of global attention. The painful ethnic cleansing and genocide linger on in the very fabric of Palestine which it stands as a poignant example. The Palestinian people have experienced the Nakba, or “catastrophe,” in 1948, which resulted in the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians during the creation of Zionist entity.

This historical trauma continues to shape the identity and collective memory of Palestinians. The Nakba tore Palestinian families apart, as countless individuals were forced to flee their homes, leaving loved ones behind or separated by borders. The emotional trauma of this displacement runs deep, with generations of Palestinians carrying the scars of lost homes and loved ones. Palestinian children have borne a heavy burden, growing up in the midst of conflict and occupation. The ongoing occupation conflict has seen the loss of young lives and inflicted lasting emotional trauma on those who survive.

Many Palestinian children have had to grow up amidst violence and uncertainty. Elderly Palestinian survivors of the Nakba carry the memories of their youth, marked by displacement and loss. They have endured a lifetime of struggle for justice, recognition and the right to return to their homeland. The Palestinian people’s quest for self-determination is intrinsically tied to their historical memory. The Nakba is not just an event in the past but a defining part of their identity, emphasizing the importance of their right to a homeland. It has had a profound influence on Palestinian identity and determination.

The memory of the Nakba remains a rallying point for Palestinians in their ongoing struggle for recognition and statehood with the current brutality that is going on at Gaza. The Palestinian experience underscores the importance of acknowledging historical injustices and seeking justice and reconciliation. The quest for justice is intertwined with the hope of one day realizing their right to self-determination and return to their homeland.

Their demand for the right of return is a fundamental part of their quest for justice. This right symbolizes their determination to address the historical injustices of the Nakba and find a path toward healing and reconciliation. The shadows of ethnic cleansing and genocide cast long. These painful histories remind us of the importance of preserving memory and seeking justice and reconciliation until it is achieved.

In an ever-changing world, we must continue to strive for a future where horrors of the current ruthlessness against Palestinians from Zionists are prevented, and where those who have suffered, can find solace and healing. Fighting back serves as a stark reminder of standing at the right side of intolerance against any inhumane act the rights and aspirations of Palestinians are respected and realized.