On Friday, April 8, we commemorated the 68th anniversary of the Dayr Yasin massacre. We walked along the main street of the village (now Kanfey Nesharim Street in Jerusalem), learned about the village and its Nakba, and stoped by some of the Palestinian buildings that are still standing along the road - people were massacred in some of them - as well as the Kfar Shaul mental hospital, whose buildings were once the core of the village. We carried signs bearing the names of the victims of the massacre and ended the tour in the grove behind the hospital.
The tour began at Kanfey Nesharim 13, Jerusalem, and lasted 2 hours with 40 participants
We organized a transportation from the Tel Aviv. The event was held in Hebrew and Arabic with translation to English.