Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Remembering the 72nd anniversary of Nakba, hundreds of thousands of tweets and posts were shared on social media platforms showing solidarity with the Palestinian cause and reassuring the right of return.
Palestinians and foreign activists, Palestinian refugees, and human rights organizations participated in the social media campaign using the hashtags #Nakba72, #KeyToJustice, and #NakbaDay.
The posts included photos of the life in Palestine before the Nakba and the creation of ‘Israel’.
Also, many shared photos of the key, which symbolizes the Right of Return, while Palestinian refugees shared information and stories about the villages and cities, from which the first generation of refugees were expelled.
#Nakba in 1 photo.
Old Palestinian man, Abu Sameer, who was expelled from his home in 1948 & became a refugee, stands in front of his home where an Israeli family is occupying & living in it
What an agony… what an injustice is this!
— Friends of Palestine (@F_Of_PAL) May 16, 2020
I am from Palestine and I live in Gaza, but my original suit from which the Israeli occupation expelled me is "Salama". I will continue to fight until I return to my country of origin.#FreePalestine ✌🇵🇸✌#Nakba72 pic.twitter.com/zcnBC82x0m
— Khalid Najjar🇵🇸✌🇵🇸 (@KhalidNajjar10l) May 16, 2020
— K (@K56x1) May 16, 2020
— Denny Cormier (@santafeez) May 16, 2020
— Sarah Wilkinson (@swilkinsonbc) May 15, 2020
My name is Simon and I support the Palestinian right of return. pic.twitter.com/vGkEhCWhg8
— Simon Vrouwe PALESTINE (@SimonVrouwe) May 16, 2020