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Sixty-five years ago this week, on October 29, 1956, 47 Arab citizens were murdered in Kafr Qasem. Among the dead were children, women and the elderly. Their only sin was that they were outside their home after a curfew, about which they hadn’t been notified, was imposed. The commander of a Border Police unit, whose soldiers were responsible for the massacre, testified that the army officer responsible for the area had told him: “Better a few go that way, so that they rest will know next time.” When the officer was asked what would be the fate of someone on his way home and unaware of a curfew

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