This is a great video that gives a brief history of Nakba Day and includes songs commemorating the catastrophe day.
Here is information taken from the YouTube channel of this user:
May 15 marks the Palestinian Nakba (Catastrophe) day. In 1948, more the 780,000 Palestinians were ethnically cleansed from their homeland and more than 500 Palestinian villages depopulated and destroyed by Zionist terrorist death squads that were set up in Palestine under the protection of the British mandate. Today more than 7 million Palestinian refugees, the largest refugee community in the world, are living in exile, while 5 million Palestinians are living in the world’s largest open-air prison in Gaza.
I got professional in grief & awaiting .
You retune in the evening.
Composed by : Rahbani Brothers.
Sung by; Fairuz.
Translated by: Abeer Y. Amro.
Edited & produced by: Ghinwa Al-Hamdan .
The Rahbani Brothers composed these two songs to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Catastrophe
….. Today marks the sixty-fifth memorial & the Catastrophe continues….
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