Depopulation of Safed in Palestine
Safed, Israel 1908
Safed is a city of the Upper Galilee and one of the oldest cities of historic Palestine. Safed is an ancient town mentioned in writings by Titus Flavius Josephus, a first-century Romano-Jewish historian and military leader. Palestine Open Maps shows how Safed has been depopulated and appropriated since the Nakba. Featured photo: Photo shows the city of Safed in the Upper Galilee in 1908 prior to the Nakba. Via SacredFootSteps.org. Below is a photo of Safed today. Via Britannica.
Safed, Israel prior to Nakba
Modern-Day Safed, Israel
Another photo of Safed prior to the Nakba. Via PalestineRemembered.
Jewish quarter of Safed, Israel
Photo shows people and buildings in the Jewish quarter of Safed. Date unknown. Via PalestineRemembered.

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