List Of Villages Depopulated During The Arab–Israeli Conflict
Below is a list of villages depopulated or destroyed during the Arab-Israeli conflict. Both Jewish and Palestinian villages were depopulated, but the majority are Arab villages whose inhabitants left or were expelled during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
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... all 21 settlements, as well as Bedouin village) Bedolah Bnei Atzmon (Atzmona) Dahaniyya (Bedouin) Dugit Elei Sinai Gadid Gan Or Ganei Tal Katif Kfar Darom Kfar Yam Kerem Atzmona Morag Neveh Dekalim ...
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