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'''פארק קנדה''', שנקרא גם '''פארק איילון - קנדה''', הוא [[פארק לאומי]] בישראל ב[[עמק איילון]] קרוב ל[[מבוא חורון]]. הפארק משתרע על פני 7,000 [[דונם]] מצפון ל[[כביש 1|כביש ירושלים-תל אביב]], בקטע שבין שער הגיא למחלף לטרון.<ref>[http://www.lametayel.com/archive/article.asp?id=6110&postid=607&dest_id=&dest_type פארק קנדה באתר "למטייל"] - נקרא ביולי 2008</ref> [[קק"ל|הקרן קיימת לישראל]] יסד את פארק קנדה ב-1973. הפארק מהווה אתר לפיקניק ונופש.
 
==כפרים ערביים קודם הקמת הפארק==
 
קודם הקמת פארק קנדה, היו במקום שני כפרים ערביים, אשר שמם [[אימואס]] ו[[יאלו]]. הצבא הישראלי החריב את הכפרים אחר [[מלחמת ששת הימים]] לפי פקידת [[יצחק רבין]] בגלל מיקומו האסטרטגי ממעל לכביש ירושלים-תל אביב. ישראל טען שתושבי הכפרים סייעו למצור על ירושלים ב-1948 ולמתקפת המצריים על [[לוד]] בימים שקדמו למצור. תושבי הכפרים קבלו פיצויים אך לא ניתן רשות להם לחזור לביתם.
 
The land on which Canada Park now stands formerly contained the [[Palestinian]] villages of [[Imwas]], and [[Yalu (village)|Yalu]], demolished by Israel after the 1967 [[Six-Day War]] by order of then commander [[Yitzhak Rabin]] due to the corridor's strategic location and control of the [[Highway 1 (Israel)|route to Jerusalem]]. Israel said the residents aided the [[Siege of Jerusalem (1948)|Siege of Jerusalem]] and the [[Egypt]]ian commandos in their attack on [[Lod]] days before. The residents of the three villages were offered compensation but were not allowed to return.<ref>[[Michael Oren|Oren, Michael]] (2002). Six Days of War, pp. 307. ISBN 0-19-515174-7.</ref><ref>[[Tom Segev|Segev, Tom]] (2006). 1967: Israel, the War and the Year That Transformed the Middle East, Metropolitan Books, pp. 306-309.</ref><ref>Segev, Samuel (1967). A Red Sheet: the Six Day War, pp. 82.</ref><ref>[http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/objects/pages/PrintArticleEn.jhtml?itemNo=464050 Ha'aretz.com: Aviv Lavie, Right of Remembrance] </ref><ref> [http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Archive/Editorials/2005/Editorials+27-Jul-2005.htm Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Summary of Editorials from the Hebrew Press, 27 Jul 2005]</ref> <ref> [http://www.vcn.bc.ca/outlook/library/articles/israel/p05canada_park.htm Outlook: Canada Park: Canadian Complicity in a War Crime, by Dr. Ismail Zayid]</ref> The former residents of the villages fled to refugee camps in the [[West Bank]] and [[Jordan]], where most of them remain today according to the [[Palestinian Authority]].<ref> [http://www.idrc.ca/fr/ev-111708-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html Canadian International Development Research Center: Planning in support of negotiations: the refugee issue by Khalil Nijem]</ref>
== Prior Palestinian use of the land ==
 
The land on which Canada Park now stands formerly contained the [[Palestinian]] villages of [[Imwas]], and [[Yalu (village)|Yalu]], demolished by Israel after the 1967 [[Six-Day War]] by order of then commander [[Yitzhak Rabin]] due to the corridor's strategic location and control of the [[Highway 1 (Israel)|route to Jerusalem]]. Israel said the residents aided the [[Siege of Jerusalem (1948)|Siege of Jerusalem]] and the [[Egypt]]ian commandos in their attack on [[Lod]] days before. The residents of the three villages were offered compensation but were not allowed to return.<ref>[[Michael Oren|Oren, Michael]] (2002). Six Days of War, pp. 307. ISBN 0-19-515174-7.</ref><ref>[[Tom Segev|Segev, Tom]] (2006). 1967: Israel, the War and the Year That Transformed the Middle East, Metropolitan Books, pp. 306-309.</ref><ref>Segev, Samuel (1967). A Red Sheet: the Six Day War, pp. 82.</ref><ref>[http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/objects/pages/PrintArticleEn.jhtml?itemNo=464050 Ha'aretz.com: Aviv Lavie, Right of Remembrance] </ref><ref> [http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Archive/Editorials/2005/Editorials+27-Jul-2005.htm Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Summary of Editorials from the Hebrew Press, 27 Jul 2005]</ref> <ref> [http://www.vcn.bc.ca/outlook/library/articles/israel/p05canada_park.htm Outlook: Canada Park: Canadian Complicity in a War Crime, by Dr. Ismail Zayid]</ref> The former residents of the villages fled to refugee camps in the [[West Bank]] and [[Jordan]], where most of them remain today according to the [[Palestinian Authority]].<ref> [http://www.idrc.ca/fr/ev-111708-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html Canadian International Development Research Center: Planning in support of negotiations: the refugee issue by Khalil Nijem]</ref>
 
== Founding of Canada Park ==
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