After Israel’s massacre in Nuseirat … when will the world see us?

by | Jun 9, 2024 | World

Deir el-Balah, Gaza – Yesterday was anything but ordinary.It felt like descending into the depths of hell, the war returned to its brutality and intensity as the world erupted into chaos, engulfed in flames, shelling and bombing.
The night before, relentless artillery fire continued across central Gaza, from east Bureij and Deir el-Balah to Maghazi.
Around 11am, I was eating breakfast with my children before heading to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital to work on my stories when everything suddenly turned upside down.
The artillery bombardment escalated, warplanes filled the skies, and the air strikes shook our home; they were shooting at homes in Deir el-Balah, around us.
The roar of tanks firing was accompanied by relentless shelling, and helicopters, quadcopters and drones hovering.
Fear gripped us. Should we flee or hunker down at home?
The news said something was happening in Nuseirat, but the bombing was all around us. Then, a massive blow hit a house right by Al-Aqsa Hospital. Then we heard that the Israeli army had told the hospital to evacuate.
It was crazy. In that moment, I thanked God I hadn’t been at the hospital but I could feel the terror that was probably unfolding there.
The hospital, overflowing with displaced families and makeshift media tents, stood as the lone medical facility in central Gaza, dealing with a staggering numbe …

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The night before, relentless artillery fire continued across central Gaza, from east Bureij and Deir el-Balah to Maghazi.
Around 11am, I was eating breakfast with my children before heading to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital to work on my stories when everything suddenly turned upside down.
The artillery bombardment escalated, warplanes filled the skies, and the air strikes shook our home; they were shooting at homes in Deir el-Balah, around us.
The roar of tanks firing was accompanied by relentless shelling, and helicopters, quadcopters and drones hovering.
Fear gripped us. Should we flee or hunker down at home?
The news said something was happening in Nuseirat, but the bombing was all around us. Then, a massive blow hit a house right by Al-Aqsa Hospital. Then we heard that the Israeli army had told the hospital to evacuate.
It was crazy. In that moment, I thanked God I hadn’t been at the hospital but I could feel the terror that was probably unfolding there.
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