(The inside Palestine)- Today marks the anniversary of the massacre of the Semiramis Hotel in Haifa in occupied Palestine, which was committed by Israel on this day in 1948.
On that day, the Israeli gangs detonated a bomb in the hotel, which is located on Salah al-Din Street in Haifa, killing 31 Palestinian men, women and children, and wounding 31 others.
The massacre was preceded by another massacre in the same month, year, and hotel whose name was the same as Haifa’s, when the Haganah gang blew up the Semiramis Hotel in the Baqaa neighborhood of Jerusalem on January 5, killing at least 20 Palestinians and wounding others.
The Haganah, with the support of the British Mandate authorities, had been active for years in carrying out terrorist attacks against the Palestinian people, aimed at displacing them from their homes and leaving their properties.
From the 1948 Nakba until 2014, Israel committed more than 107 massacres against Palestinians in their lands and homes in the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem, and the 1948 occupied territories, according to the Palestinian National Information Center.
Source : Safa