When a smart successful man like Baha Alayan tries to kill a settler, that means that he gave up on everything. He left his house, family, friends and education, just to attack a settler. That means he reached to a point that he couldn’t handle this occupation anymore.

When young children like Ahmad and Mohammad Manasra, who didn’t reach 13 years old try to kill a settler or a soldier with a kitchen’s knife because they think that it may hurt or kill him that means that they reached to a point that they couldn’t handle their life anymore.

When a child like Ahmad Manasra was left in the street bleeding, and a fanatic settler is telling him to die and calls his mother a whore, instead of helping him that means that they lost their humanity. Just a question for the settler do u think that this child will forget what you said and what you have done?!

When a young man like Mohannad al Halabi tried to kill a settler with a knife and leave his house knowing that he won’t get back anymore, knowing that he won’t see his family and friends anymore. That means that he reached to a point that he didn’t handle anymore this occupation.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN

What does it mean when a child leave his house knowing that he won’t get back again?

What does it mean when a boy who didn’t reach 13 years old is left in the street bleeding with no help?

What does it mean when a girl who leave her school to arrive home and get shot by a settler


3 thoughts on “Yasmina’s reflections on the situation .. a voice of a 15 years old Palestinian
  1. Thank you. I am a U.S. Jew. I continue my family’s multi-generational opposition to Zionism, and my commitment to help others understand why it must be exposed and ended. Your voice means so much. I am sharing this on my Facebook page. Thank you, again.

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  2. What this means is that too many people continue to be ruled by ignorance and hatred. And in time our tears will flood the world with compassion and peace.

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