Cities of Palestine whose people have been displaced

Cities of Palestine whose people have been displaced

Jaffa City

Jaffa City

The city of Jaffa, located seven kilometers south of the mouth of the Auja River, and sixty kilometers northwest of Jerusalem, is one of the oldest Palestinian coastal cities on the Mediterranean Sea. The Zionist entity occupied it in the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty, changed its name, and distorted its features. At the time, it was inhabited by one hundred and twenty thousand Palestinians, of whom only four thousand remained after the displacement, and the city’s economy depended on import and export companies, banks, land and sea transport companies, citrus cultivation, especially oranges, and the tourism sector. It was also a major city for fishing, and a center for cultural and literary activity; The majority of Palestinian newspapers and magazines were issued from it .

Haifa city

Haifa city

Haifa is located northwest of occupied Palestine, on the northern slopes of Mount Carmel, and its bay overlooks the Mediterranean Sea.
Before Israel occupied it, fifty thousand Arabs lived there, their number shrank to only three thousand after the occupation. The most important industries in Haifa are food processing, steel foundries, chemical production, cement, shipbuilding, and textiles. The city includes a steam-powered power plant. It is the first of its kind in occupied Palestine, as it dates back to the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty-four, and it has oil refineries dating back to the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty-nine, and it also has the only subway in occupied Palestine.

Beersheba city

The city of Beersheba, which is the capital of the Negev, is located in the south of Palestine in the northern Negev. It is bordered to the east by the Dead Sea, and to the west by the Mediterranean Sea. Its location is distinguished by its linking between the mountainous, desert and coastal plains.
It was occupied by Israel in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-eight

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