The Israeli occupation army allowed two young girls to flee from the north Gaza strip To the south, without their mother, there was a wave of anger and condemnation on social media platforms, which also expressed their sympathy for the two girls.
The occupation army had allowed the two children, Layan (10 years old) and her younger sister, Lynn (8 years old), to cross to the south through paths that were claimed to be safe, after the residents of the north were forced to evacuate their homes.
She directed the two girls – who are currently in a camp Rafah Al-Hududi, accompanied by their aunt, without a father, mother, or brothers – an emotional, heart-breaking message expressing longing and nostalgia. Perhaps it will reach the family after several months have passed without hearing any news from them.
“A world without feeling”
The “Shabakat” program – in its episode dated (1/25/2024) – monitored the platform's audience's interaction with this incident, which is one of thousands of cases suffering from the occupation's repressive measures and the racist practices of its forces in the Gaza Strip.
Hilal commented on the tragic case of Lian and Lynn, describing the occupation as “a ruthless criminal that does not respect human rights and children’s rights.”
“The Sniper” said on his account, “Their message to the world is to only feel for them… Oh world, where is the feeling?”, while Tayseer wondered, saying, “How much the extent of your children’s suffering, Gaza, has become heavier than the mountains, so that seeing the families has become the utmost wish.”
For his part, Abdullah sent a message to the two girls entitled Patience and Resilience. He added, “Oh the most wonderful children in the world, oh the most beautiful things on this earth, do not be afraid. The criminals have been defeated and their defeat will be announced soon.”
It is noteworthy that 1.9 million Palestinian civilians were displaced to the south out of 2.3 million of the total population of the Gaza Strip, equivalent to 85% of the population, while the organization said, “UNICEF“Intensifying conflict, malnutrition and diseases in the Strip create a deadly cycle that threatens the lives of more than 1.1 million children.