Jerusalem, Israel. 9-Apr-2013. A field of rubble, serving as evidence of destruction, leads to one of the few remaining structures of the 1948 Arab village of Deir Yassin, invaded and destroyed by Jewish underground fighters. Deir Yassin, a pre-1948 Arab village adjacent to Jerusalem with a population of about 600, was invaded by paramilitaries from the Jewish Irgun and Lehi groups on April 9, 1948 and around 115 villagers were massacred. Credit: Nir Alon/Alamy Live News

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Jerusalem, Israel. 9-Apr-2013. A field of rubble, serving as evidence of destruction, leads to one of the few remaining structures of the 1948 Arab village of Deir Yassin, invaded and destroyed by Jewish underground fighters. Deir Yassin, a pre-1948 Arab village adjacent to Jerusalem with a population of about 600, was invaded by paramilitaries from the Jewish Irgun and Lehi groups on April 9, 1948 and around 115 villagers were massacred. Credit: Nir Alon/Alamy Live News
Nir Alon / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: D5WP76
Location: Jerusalem, Israel