The Palestinian student organization at the university conducted a commemorative service in Antique Square today, Monday when Palestinian students at Tel Aviv University in the occupied territories marked the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba.
In addition to singing the national anthem and chanting patriotic phrases, the Palestinian students raised the Palestinian flag and the keffiyeh during the events.
In addition to participating in the events, the kids observed a minute of silence to remember the Palestinian martyrs, reciting the poem O Maroon.
One of the pupils said, “Today we are raising a loud cry that the children are struggling, remembering, active, dying and not forgetting,” in his statement to the class. We remember the Nakba of our Palestinian Arab people today, which never ended and still affects them today. Our people’s wound is still open in Gaza, the West Bank, and the interior. The right of return for refugees continues to be denied.
“Israel keeps stealing our right to a decent life in land and housing, and the occupation keeps repressing, tightening the screws on our brave prisoners, even in their families,” he continued. Sheikh Khader Adnan, who went on a hunger strike and was slain in the occupation prisons, was the last victim of the occupation.
And he delivered a message to the detainees, especially Walid Daqqa, who is being deliberately neglected while suffering from a medical condition that is getting worse.