Kafr Qasim Massacre, October 29, 1956

Today is the anniversary of the 1956 massacre at Kafr Qasim. Kafr Qasim is one of hundreds of Palestinian villages occupied by Israel during the 1948 ethnic cleansing campaigns. Located near the militarized border of Israel’s expanding colonial rule in 1956, Israeli “border police” enforcing an unannounced early curfew killed 47 Palestinian workers, 23 of whom were under the age of 18.

We created these social media graphics to create awareness of this tragic event and to show how the fight against Israeli settler colonialism is part of the movement for labor justice. We hope you’ll learn from these graphics and share widely.

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Adalah Justice Project is a Palestinian advocacy organization based in the U.S. that aims to shift public discourse and policy on Palestine. We work towards collective liberation. No one is free until all of us are free.


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