Child from GAZA Short Story (Palestinian Literature) (Volume 5)

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In the prologue he describes why he wrote this piece. “we are obliged to allocate some of our pens’ ink to write about their sufferings.......child’s suffering through this short story, in particular way, trying to depict the reality in Gaza;...... we cannot interpret the reality as it is on this land because the ordeal is so colossal and the pain is really deep.On the bright side, the writer describes the child (himself or someone else) that his “birth witnessed no celebration, ..... was born in awful atmosphere at night of bombarding and devastating night he sang on the rhythm of bombs (The Torment Start) song. The work is on a disparate humanitarian story, with “food shortage and lack of opportunities, a prisoner-like life “suffers from dryness and famine......fuel shortage and expensiveness prices”. In general, the story gives us a description of how Palestinians belong to HAMAS think and perceive things. The writer mixed theory with reality and learning and practicing Islamic legacy and war. His description of the war as a new teacher :, the writer describes the changing situation.. “teachers became the Zionist army.”....(the ) “skilled player to anthem of collective death”. The writer then describing war intelligently as rain with different material: “The sky was raining to exterminate life, ....the earth embraced the death’s seeds .... thrown from the sky to fructify them instantly without irrigation or hardworking (in) the land as if the sky and the earth practicing impiety as practiced by men in the old times.” The selection of this book comes in the process of Ihyaa al Turath al Arabi fil Mahjar-Revival of Arab Heritage in Diaspora project, sponsored by the Arab American Encyclopedia- USA. The two projects aim for the purpose of protecting Arab language and introducing Literature in Arab heritage to serve 1st, 2nd, and third Arab generations in Diaspora. Good eyewitness story.

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