Tanto per continuare a segnalare le poche informazioni che arrivano da Gaza, c’è l’articolo di Amira Hass che ha contattato persone dentro la Striscia per poter avere informazioni di prima mano.
“To pick a time like this, 11:30 [A.M.], to bomb in the hearts of cities, this is terrible. This choice was intended to cause as large a massacre as possible,” he summed up. Abu Muhammad was 200 meters from the hospital, when an awful sound was heard: Three large police centers which were bombed, were located close to the hospital. “Within seconds, this was a little Baghdad, bombs everywhere, smoke, fire, people not knowing where to hide. Fear everywhere, and rage and hatred,” he said. He himself ran to his daughters’ school, like tens of thousands of other parents in the Strip. From 11:25 until 11:30, as some 50 warplanes bombed their targets, hundreds of thousands of children were in the streets. Some were coming from the first shift of classes, others were going to the second. “In the schoolyard I saw 500 frightened girls, crying. They did not know me, but clung to me,” Abu Muhammad related.
I bambini escono da scuola alle 11 e mezza, a Gaza, perché ci sono i tripli turni… Particolare noto, perché è lo stesso orario che fanno anche le scuole dell’Unrwa, e non solo quelle governative, a Gaza ma anche in Cisgiordania.