Monday 25 December 2023

Gaza Flattened to the Ground, Netizens Upload Views Before and After Israeli Colonization


Israel’s colonialism against Palestinians in the Gaza region continues. On social media, a video circulated showing the impact of the Israeli attack which caused buildings to be destroyed to the ground.

The @MyLordBebo account shows a view of Gaza which no longer has buildings and houses. Video taken in northern Gaza shows nothing remains because of Israel’s indiscriminate attacks.

“People can no longer return (to their homes) here. The northern part of Gaza has been successfully ‘cleaned'” he wrote on X’s social media account.

This video, which was uploaded on December 21, 2023, has received more than 18.2 views. million times. Netizens’ reactions were uniform, namely condemning Israel’s aggression which caused the people of Gaza to lose property, homes and even lives.

“This is an act of terrorism,” tweeted netizens.

“I thought they were fighting against Hamas. But what was destroyed were people’s homes,” said another.

“Zionists bombed this place to seize Gaza land. After that they will rebuild it for themselves,” said another netizen.

A photo showing the condition of Gaza before it was bombed was also shared by netizens with the account @Micetormind. Responding to the video about Gaza being razed to the ground, oa shared a view of the city of Gaza on the beach at sunset. In the photo, you can see towering houses and high-rise buildings.

A number of residents inspect a building destroyed by an Israeli air strike in the city of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip (1/12/2023). [Antara Doc] The highway also looks busy with motor vehicle activity. Green trees line the side of the road.

“For context, this is the view of Gaza before (before the Israeli attack -ed),” he tweeted.

Israel Attacks Refugee Camps in Gaza

Israel’s attack on Gaza was launched again on Sunday (24/12/2023). The local Health Ministry said Israeli air strikes on the Al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza had killed at least 70 people.

Ashraf al-Qudra, a spokesman for the ministry, said that what happened in the Maghazi camp was a “massacre” in a densely populated residential block.

He added that the death toll was likely to rise because many people lived there.

Israel has been bombarding the Gaza Strip since a cross-border attack by the Palestinian group Hamas on October 7, which killed at least 20,424 Palestinians, most of them women and children, and injured 54,036 others, according to local health officials.

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