Door Keys Symbolize the Right to Return
Palestinian refugee key to home

Many Palestinian refugees who were forced to leave their homes in 1948 and 1967 still hold their keys. The key has become an important symbol of the Nakba and the never-ending hope to return home.

Feature photo:

Palestinian man who fled his home in 1948 holding his door key, which has become a symbol of refugees’ right to return. Credit: Gallo/Getty. Via AlJazeera.

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