“The day never came”: Palestinian refugees reflect on a free Palestine after Operation Al-Aqsa Flood

In 1948, Palestinians were forcibly displaced from their homes with the establishment of the Zionist occupation. Many sought refugee in Lebanon, awaiting the day they will be able to return to their homeland.

It has been nearly 75 years, and the day hasn’t yet come. But with Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, a newfound hope has grown for a free Palestine.

Video by Hanin Haydar and Sandra Abdul Baki