Tell Me a Secret: Ghaza...

Saturday, March 01, 2008


From The Black Iris :

“The more Qassam fire intensifies and the rockets reach a longer range, they will bring upon themselves a bigger shoah because we will use all our might to defend ourselves,” - Israel’s deputy defence minister, Matan Vilnai, refering to the current military operation in Gaza, stating that Palestinians would bring on themselves a “bigger shoah,” using the Hebrew word usually reserved only for the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews. His spokesman later tried to play down the force of his language, saying he meant only “disaster”. “He did not mean to make any allusion to the genocide,” the spokesman said. [source]

Talk about calling a spade a spade.

More than 70 Palestinians have been killed in the past four days.

Some of the dead include a six-month old boy, two 15 and 16-year-old siblings and a mother who was preparing breakfast for her kids.*

From And Far Away :

When words fail you. When you can’t have a decent discussion while visiting family because your eyes keep wandering to images of a flaming Ghaza on the muted television. When you feel guilty of posting a random post because you feel like you should be doing something more solid and more productive- something of value to those poor souls. When you can’t think of anything but that these people are your people, with only religion and barriers keeping you apart. When you spend the whole month thinking of what a horrible, unjust world this is, and how tiny and worthless you really are, sitting in the comfort of your living room, trying to avoid news channels, discussing the weather.

Tomorrow, you will get up, put your clothes on, drive to work, have your morning cup of coffee, and have the same day you have had for a while.

The world is an ironic place. You can give up once you realize that everything is futile, sit back, and decide to put all your faith in god, who will “solve everything eventually”. You can give up once you realize that everything is futile, sit back, and decide to spend your life working for your own needs and desires, building a happy future for you and your immediate family, all the while becoming a selfish, self-centered, quite futile person in the process. Or you can talk, discuss, and analyze the matters of the world for 50 years, spending your time arguing with labour parties and NGOs, then look back in your old age and realize that all those pointless years wasted on philosophizing have been as futile as really doing nothing at all.


Those two just said it all.

I can't put my feelings in words, words fail to express what i want to say, but i want to update the numbers and say that until now, since the beginning of Today, 60 have been killed, and 150 injured, most of them are in a critical condition.


Blogger Bibi-Aisha said...

a pst which encapsulates exactly how i feel too...

4/18/2008 09:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe if the Palestinians werent constantly trying to kill the Israelis, things might calm down...but that will never happen...its too easy to play the victim and just piss and moan about what "they' are doing. Look to yourselves for the answer. Hypocrites!!!

6/10/2008 07:51:00 PM  
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