Nadia Harash pens another powerful tribute to the spirit of those who live in Gaza, under the oppression of Israel’s insane, genocidal paranoia… Read it, and you’ll know the truth…
Gaza…a tale of love and resilience
If Amos Oz grew up in Gaza, his autobiography would definitely be of that love and anything but darkness. It is resilience that defines every single aspect of these people.
I cannot call them my people. They are in a level that is way beyond … I always thought that resilience is what characterizes Palestinians. But when I saw Gazans. I could see resilience in a motion.
How can people go such destruction? Brutality. Seize. Fraction. Limited resources. Demographic explosion. Humidity and surrounding leftovers of a non-ending war and memorials of what used to be a house and a poster wit ha photo and a name remaining from a son or a brother or a husband or a father or a neighbor or a friend…
I entered Gaza with so many mixed emotions of nostalgia and humbleness mixed as well with sorrow and sadness…
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It is an excellent piece….she did a wonderful job….chuq
I have to agree; everything she writes is powerfully intelligent, as well as compassionate. An exemplary mind in a spiritual human, for certain….