LISTEN: Israel's Not-so-secret 'Disappearance' of Nakba History

Why is Israel's defense establishment removing documents which chronicle atrocities against Palestinians during the War of Independence from civilian archives - even though many have already been published? LISTEN FREE

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A Palestinian from the Deheisheh refugee camp holding the key of a property his family was forced to flee in 1948.
A Palestinian from the Deheisheh refugee camp holding the key of a property his family was forced to flee in 1948.Credit: Tal Cohen
Haaretz Weekly podcast.
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On today's show:

Haaretz Weekly Ep. 34

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Host Simon Spungin is joined by Haaretz's , to discuss detailing Israeli efforts to 'disappear' documented evidence of Israeli war crimes during the 1948 War of Independence – the .

Hagar, who interviewed archivists, historians and defense officials, tells us about the reporting that went into the story, reactions to it () and why it matters.

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