Six-Day War of 1967, Palestinian Refugees
Palestinian refugees crossing the King Hussein Bridge to Jordan
During and following the Six-Day War of 1967, another wave of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were forced to leave their homes behind and become refugees. These photos show Palestinian refugees carrying their belongings on their backs while leaving their villages and one of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency emergency camps set up to accommodate them. Featured photo: United Nations’ photo showing Palestinian refugees crossing the King Hussein Bridge to Jordan while carrying their possessions, 1967. Credit: Reuters. Via TRTWorld.
Marka camp in Jordan
UNRWA health centre staff at the Marka camp in Jordan, which was one of six emergency camps set up in 1968 to accommodate Palestinian refugees. Via PalestineRemembered.
IDF soldiers expel residents
“IDF soldiers expel the residents of Imwas from their village during the 1967 Six-Day War.” Via +972Mag.

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