With the Israeli occupation launching a new aggression against the besieged Gaza Strip, residents resort to opening or removing their windows in the face of falling missiles, to protect their families from flying glass.
The recent bombardment of Gaza began last Tuesday, targeting military leaders in the Islamic Jihad Movement. And the death toll exceeded 31 Palestinians, along with dozens of wounded.
“An escape from death to another death”
The Director General of Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights, Issam Younis, states that “there are no shelters in the Gaza Strip,” and therefore what is happening is an escape from one death to another.
In his interview with “Anna Al-Arabi”, he explains that the windows are removed from the residents’ side for fear of falling and breaking them, speaking of the continuous Israeli attacks that the Gaza Strip is subjected to, as the bombings by planes and the houses that were destroyed on the heads of their residents.--
He points out that the children gathered, as a result of these attacks, shocking experiences of terror, fear of loss, and the possibility of being bombed at any moment and anywhere.
In addition, the scenes of terror, wreckage and shattering in the Gaza Strip as a result of the aggression launched by the occupation brought to mind what is known as the “Night of Broken Glass”.
It was named as such due to the scattering of crystals everywhere, as a result of the smashing and vandalism of shop windows and synagogues in a massive massacre carried out by the Nazis against the Jews in 1938, according to the “encyclopedia” website.