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Description: Two Palestinian refugees, family of the villagers of Deir Yassin, stand outside the Kfar Shaul Mental Health Center, Jerusalem, Israel. The psychiatric hospital was built using the former village's houses, after the village was depopulated during the April 1948 Deir Yassin massacre, when Irgun and Lehi fighters killed 107 of its residents and expelled the rest. The hospital grounds are closed to the public, including to the villagers and their descendants. Every year since 2003, the Israeli organization Zochrot arranges for refugees and others to visit the hospital to hold a memorial service outside the grounds. This image was taken during one of those services.
Copyright holder: Eitan Bronstein, Zochrot.
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