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What Land Day means (30 March)

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Published: 4 April 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

What ‘Land Day’ means – James Zogby – The Huffington Post 01.04.17
30 March 1976 was a transformative moment in Palestinian history.

Dozens of Palestinians said injured in Land Day clashes with IDF – Judah Ari Gross & Dov Lieber – The Times of Israel 30.03.17
While a protest outside Nablus turns violent, thousands attend peaceful rally in northern Israel, where Arab housing is core issue.

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