What is Nuances of Belonging?

In 2012, a group of young people, third generation to the expelled, decided to return to Iqrith, to establish some kind of a commune, to live their lives and to continue their struggle from the village itself, inhabiting old and temporary structures near the church. In this special video column for Tohu, he observes the details which constitue Iqrith and the nuances which tie the third-generation young people to the place, to the land, to the clear air of the village. In November of 1948 the residents of Iqrith were ordered by the Israeli army to vacate the village, on the promise that they would be allowed to return in two weeks. When they tried to return, they were barred by the army. On

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