Palestinian health sector in the Gaza Strip said on the 7th, the Israeli army attacked the Gaza Strip on the same day, at the time I wrote this article has caused 232 deaths, and another 1,697 people sent to the hospital.
Whether we call it an attack, aggression or terrorism, no matter what angle we use to cut into it, there seems to be the fact that there is a conflict derived from the game of competing interests. But the problems arising from this are more worrying than the interests themselves.
Elderly people and children are losing their lives, and even more horrifying is the humanitarian disaster. The decapitated babies are living human beings who have not yet experienced the beauty of life, but will feel the fear of death beforehand. Ships loaded with the most advanced weaponry of mankind are heading to the Middle East, and on them is a collection of the most technologically advanced weaponry of mankind. They may have been created for deterrence, but this moment is about to be applied to killing. The international financial markets are shivering, and the price of crude oil and the commodity futures market are shaking violently right along with it. Behind the cold numbers are living, breathing people.
That's fucking living, breathing people. It's Israeli civilians, old people, children, and the living, breathing people of the Gaza Strip who believe in Allah and God who have been affected.
If God were in Jerusalem, would he be weeping and not knowing what to do?
In 479 B.C., the armies of Persia and Greece met on the plains of Plataea. The Persians arrived first, while the thirty city-states that made up the Greek coalition had not yet assembled. Instead of attacking, Persia waited for the Greeks to gather 110,000 men before finally giving the order to attack. As a result, the Persians lost the Battle of Plataea.
The battle was lost, but the story and the storytelling has been passed down to the world, and frankly, there is no shame in it. And look at today, where hatred is being brewed by sneak attacks, unscrupulous civilian captivity, and humanitarian secondary disasters. And hatred can only lead to new hatred. It was Jerusalem, the place that gave birth to a glorious culture, the place where countless heroes died, but where Saladin kept all Christians, old and young, safe, even in the face of brutal wars.
At the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, some of us were finally enlightened and awakened to love and peace. They either left monumental writings or set an example by stepping into the red dust of the deer. Love is the antidote to human nature, but unfortunately the time we get to see it is always too short, and we always fail to live up to the expectations of our fathers and mothers.
Of course, today's situation is much more complex and hatred is much more deeply rooted. But hatred and war can only lead to hatred and war. While we condemn, we must realize that there should be more we can do!
That blacksmith in the Kingdom of Heaven dynasty once asked, what is Jerusalem? It is just a Christian holy city built on top of a Jewish temple that was bulldozed by Rome. Today, it is also a holy place for Islam. What's more, he said that above all else, he wanted to protect the old and the children and the one person alive in that city.
Today, I don't know if God is crying there, if he will regret ever bringing down the Tower of Babel, I just know that countless people who have lost loved ones are crying in that place that he favored.
fuck Hamas, fuck Israel, fuck the world.