A Palestinian woman living in a makeshift tent set up by displaced persons on the Egyptian border expressed the tragedy of the people the Israeli occupation and its supporters want to displace from their land, crying as she repeated: “I completely refuse to go sinai peninsula“.
Reports indicate that they were forced from their homes 100 days after the Israeli invasion. Gaza StripThey were displaced to the Egyptian border 15 days ago, but heard that Israel would control the border area between Egypt and Palestine.
The Palestinian described her situation with great pain and sadness, which is even more difficult today. She said that when she saw Gaza on the border with Egypt, she felt fear, pain, sadness, the blood of martyrs, and the cries of small children.
“I feel like a complete stranger,” she added, before crying and repeating: “I completely refuse to go to Sinai because it is not my land. I am Palestinian and have Palestinian identity and nationality. If I go Egypt, I would feel like a stranger.” She added: “I refuse to even look at the Sinai from a distance because it is not my land.”
The displaced woman expressed the pain and suffering of Palestinians in Gaza. She said that they had suffered from the war for 100 days and their appearance had changed. “When I look at my children, I feel like their childhood was wasted and we had nothing to offer them,” she said.
She added that what happened in 1948 was probably easier than what is happening today because the Arab people are more interconnected, “but today we feel that the Arabs have become alien to us… Justice is already there disappeared from Muslims”. Land, Omar. “