Kafr Qasem Commemorates The 53rd Anniversary Of Massacre
Thousands of Palestinians marched on Thursday commemorating the 53rd anniversary of the Kafr Qasem Massacre, which was carried out by the Israeli forces in 1956.
On October 29, 1956, The Israeli Armed Forces, known as MAGAV, rounded up 49 Arab workers who were on their way to their town, and shot them dead under the claim that they broke the curfew.
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