Al Jazeera Net correspondents
Gaza- What was the most difficult situation you experienced during the 100 days of the brutal Israeli war on… Gaza strip? A question whose answers were similar from the Palestinians who Al Jazeera Net spoke to, as they focused on the great suffering and tragedy they were subjected to at the hands of the Israeli occupation army, as today, Sunday, January 14, 2024, marks the 100th day of the aggression, which began on October 7. Last October.
Mrs. Fatima Al-Balawi believes that the most difficult day was the day she was informed of the martyrdom of her daughter, husband, and granddaughter in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood in northern Gaza, far away from her, without saying goodbye, knowing that they were not buried properly.
As for Abdel-Hay Abu Al-Qumsan, he says that the most difficult situation was the day he learned of the martyrdom of about 200 members of his family in the Jabalia camp (northern Gaza Strip), including his brothers and their grandchildren, and they were erased from the civil registry.
Mrs. Reem Hijazi believes that the most difficult situation was when her area in the Beach Camp, north of the Gaza Strip, was hit by a “ring of fire” that caused the destruction of her residential area, the death of about 70 people, and the displacement of the camp’s residents.
The most difficult situation for Widad Qandil from Al-Maghazi camp remains the day their house was destroyed on the heads of its residents, and she suffered a broken neck and spine, causing her a disability that prevents her from moving, and the lack of medical needs for her at the present time in the shelter camp in which she resides.
As for the child Amir Mansour, the most difficult situation that he will never forget will remain: the destruction of his house, his stay under the rubble for two hours, the martyrdom of his father, two of his brothers, his sister and her children, his injury, his face being disfigured, and his hand being broken.
Finally, the Egyptian citizen residing in Gaza, Ibrahim Mustafa Ibrahim, believes that the most difficult situation was the day he was displaced from the village of Juhr al-Dik, south of Gaza City, in the middle of the bombing, and he fled with his family of 12 people, amidst the bodies and body parts left by the Israeli army, and no one was allowed to remove them for burial. .