The Gazans Wish for Bad Days to End

"Alhamdulillah, safety for all of us, glory and eternity for the martyrs, and a speedy recovery for the injured. God is with people who are hurting,” said Ahmed Mortaja, a Psychologist in Gaza.

Ruins of buildings in Gaza
Ruins of buildings in Gaza. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, GAZA – Friday (5/21/2021) at 02.00 a.m Gaza Time, the ceasefire was signed by Israel and Palestine. The Palestinians were grateful after 11-days Israeli forces continued to send airstrikes to Gaza.

“The bad nights are over. I survived. I’m officially a four-Israeli attack survivor by the age of 21,” wrote Malak Mattar on her Instagram post. She is an artist in Gaza who shares a lot about Gaza. She often shares videos of the attacks that took place right from near her house.

A Gazan’s journalist Maram Humain tweeted, ”I couldn't be more proud being a Palestinian from Gaza. Those are historical moments, despite all pain and bloodshed. #GazaUnderAttack .”

A psychologist in Gaza, Ahmed Mortaja spoke a lot about the condition of Gaza on his Twitter. "Alhamdulillah, safety for all of us, glory and eternity for the martyrs, and a speedy recovery for the injured. God is with people who are hurting,” he tweeted.

During the attacks that lasted for 11 days, 232 Palestinians were martyred, 65 of whom were children and 39 women, and the number of injured reached 1,900 people. []