Since the first hours of the beginning of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip Gaza The Israeli occupation army worked to deport WDisplacement Residents of northern Gaza were forced to move to the south of the Strip, and the displaced families found themselves facing a bitter reality, in a miserable situation to say the least, after they had been living safely in their homes.
With the words, “How ugly is it that your name is a displaced person in your country?” The young Palestinian woman, Nour Ashour, published a post on her account on the X platform in which she tells her experience with displacement and the daily events that she encounters in her new place of residence in the city of Rafah.
Her greatest wish became to return to her home and see the people she was accustomed to seeing, and she tweeted, “I want our home. I want to see my neighbors.”
I have a constant feeling inside…
Heavy and ugly
I want to go to our house
I want to go home, I want to see our neighbors
I would like to return to our region
I want to see the people I used to see every day
How ugly it is that your name is displaced within your city!
This feeling is very ugly, I don't know the streets
In Rafah, I became lost in every path I took..
I don't know anyone…
— Noor Ashour (@NoorMAshour) December 25, 2023
Nour is trying – through her accounts – to convey the bitter reality experienced by the people of Gaza City and the north who were displaced to the southern areas of the Strip in light of the lack of the most basic necessities of life, due to the Israeli aggression that has been ongoing for 110 days, by writing down her diary by telling stories of the suffering of the people she encounters for the first time. At the place of her displacement.