Ceiling and walls above the tomb of Shah Nimatullah Wali.
Mahan, Kerman province.
On 9th April 1948, exactly 66 years ago, the Zionist terrorist groups Irgun and Stern Gang invaded the Arab village of Deir Yassin. The militia forces entered the village firing upon the homes of unsuspecting villagers who thought they would be safe because Deir Yassin had entered a non-aggression pact with the ‘official’ Zionist militia called the Hagana. The terrorist forces then proceeded to gather all of Deir Yassin’s inhabitants in one place to kill them in cold blood after raping many women, and then the forces mutilated the bodies of the dead.
The numbers vary but perhaps up to 170 people were murdered, and that’s not taking into account those that were considered fighters by the Zionist authorities and so not listed as victims of the massacre. Among the dead, there were 30 bodies of babies.
In his book, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, Israeli historian Ilan Pappe quotes the following firsthand account of a survivor of the massacre:
“They took us out one after the other; shot an old man and when one of his daughters cried, she was shot too. Then they called my brother Muhammad, and shot him in front of us, and when my mother yelled, bending over him–carrying my little sister Hudra in her hands, still breastfeeding her–they shot her too.”
Fahim Zaydan was 12 years old at the time and shot too when the troops lined up children against a wall and sprayed them with bullets “just for the fun of it”. It’s a wonder he survived.
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Traditional clothing of West Asia:
- Young girl in traditional clothing (Kurdish- Iraq)
- Women in traditional clothing (Arab- Oman)
- A group of men and women in traditional clothing (Arab- Iraq)
- Young girls in traditional clothing (United Arab Emirates)
- Dancers in traditional clothing (Assyrian- Syria)
- A group of people in traditional clothing (Yemen)
- Woman in traditional clothing (Bedouin- Palestine)
- A woman in traditional dress (United Arab Emirates)
- Two women in traditional clothing (Arab- Jordan)
- Woman in traditional clothing (Arab- Palestine)
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