Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Nour Kharma 9th Grade

From: Other-Voice, a local group of people from the south of Israel (around Gaza) who believe
in non-violent actions and keep contact with like-minded people in Gaza, despite the fighting.

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Today is the eighth day of this horrible war. To me yesterday was the worst day of all. When I woke up in the morning one of my friends called, his voice was very weird and when I asked how was he. He was like "fine, but have you got any news about some of your friends?" I was really scared, and asked him what's wrong? He told me Christine died. I was in a big shock, and till now I don't believe it. I threw the phone and started crying. I called some of my friends to make sure, and all of them were sad about her. She has been my friend for almost four years and we used to go to school and to the YMCA together. I'm sad, afraid, and worried at the same time, because she would've been my sister. I feel very sorry for her and her family.

Her parents did the best they can do, but it wasn't enough so the result was dying. What if my parents couldn't protect me and give me the support I need...will I die too? What I can say now is that my future is almost destroyed.

An Israeli rocket hit my school this morning, and the school was destroyed completely. I really can't imagine how come they‚re bombing religious and educational places such as mosques, schools, and universities. In every explosion we feel our house shaking and about to be destroyed; what about the people that already lost their homes? I'm crying for the loss of one of my friends... what about the people that lost at least five of their relatives?

Depression and fear are filling our souls and surrounding our homes - what's next? I actually don't wish for anything as much as I wish that this war will end soon and that the Palestinian people can live like any other people and Palestinian children can enjoy their childhood like any children in the world.

HELP US BECAUSE WE'RE ALL HUMAN BEINGS!!

Nour Kharma 9th Grade

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