100 days after the Israeli war on Gaza stripIts residents, at all ages, agree that they have not experienced horrors and pain like what this devastating war brought, as it has been heavy on them as if it were 100 years or more, during which they witnessed killing in its various forms, and in which all aspects of life and its course changed.
The sounds of pain are still echoing in various parts of the Gaza Strip, coming from the wounded, whose number is increasing, exceeding 60,000. The groans of the families of the martyrs, whose number exceeded 23,000, are also getting louder, while the displacement from a school to a tent, then a square or a street has been repeated, and the sounds of bombing, bringing fear and killing, have not stopped until the moment.
Speaking to Al Jazeera, one of the displaced people, over the age of sixty, said that these hundred days were the most difficult in the lives of all the people of the Gaza Strip, with what they brought of displacement, fear, hunger, cold, and the loss of their dearest family and loved ones.
Meanwhile, another displaced woman said that after 100 days, she does not consider herself and the people of the Gaza Strip alive, but rather just breathing bodies, as the displacement, deprivation, and insecurity they are experiencing cannot be considered life, even in refugee centers.
It's like 100 years
While one of the journalists said, “We lived through 100 days of war that passed us by as if it were a hundred years, if not more. All features of life changed, and we went from displacement to displacement.”
While the correspondent and director of the “Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed” office in Gaza, Diaa Al-Kahlot, said that the most difficult days he lived during the 100 days were the 33 days of detention, during which he was absent from his family, adding that in every moment of these days any of the people of Gaza could become a number. One of the victims was martyred or seriously injured.
Meanwhile, Muhammad Hamdan Abu Hatab, a laundress in one of the hospitals in the Gaza Strip, points out that what they witnessed during these days is unprecedented, with thousands of martyrs of all ages, bodies and groups, and bodies in pieces and torn apart.
Among what some people of Gaza expressed about their conditions after 100 days of war is that “there is nothing left worthy of life,” and “people have become unable to even dream of a better tomorrow.”
Since October 7, 2023, the Israeli occupation army has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip, which as of yesterday, Saturday, has left more than 23,000 martyrs and about 60,000 injured, most of them children and women, massive destruction of infrastructure and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe, according to the authorities. Sector andUnited nations.