An investigation has uncovered three possible mass graves underneath the wreckage of the coastal village of Tantura in the Haifa area, which was annihilated during the Israeli occupation of Palestine in 1948.
Researchers and historians, according to The Guardian, reported that a massacre conducted by Zionist gangs resulted in the death of many Palestinians who resided in the village that contained around 1500 people. Strikingly, Israeli beach resorts now sit atop the mass graves that linger as a reminder of the tragedy.
The newspaper said that a car park at one of the holiday destinations had been constructed over some mass graves.
The “Forensic Architecture” research agency has supplied experts to lead the new investigation, as reported by “the Guardian.”
The newspaper studied mapping information and aerial photographs from the British Mandate period, as well as testimonies recently gathered from both survivors and those responsible for the events and data from the Israeli occupation forces.
The data obtained was utilized to construct three-dimensional diagrams that pinpointed potential sites for murder and mass burials, the limits of cemetery grounds that had been present before, and if any gravesites were unearthed or taken away.
The movie centers around an Israeli scholar’s recording of the bloody events in the town of Tantura in Haifa after the 1948 Nakba, as well as the resultant prosecution and torment that caused him to lose his academic title at the end of the 1990s.