Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism – Representative in the British House of Commons from the Labor Party, Naz Shah, sent a letter of apology and regret for the suffering and pain that the children of Gaza are subjected to as a result of the ongoing Israeli war for the fourth month in a row.
Naz said in her message, which she posted on her social media pages “X” and “Facebook”: “Dear children of Gaza.. I am sorry.. The world sees your tears and hears your screams.. It sees your bodies piled under the rubble. The world bears witness, but it continues.. We hear about your dreams and aspirations to learn, travel, visit your beaches with clear blue waters, or play on playgrounds with swings and slides…to become strong teachers and doctors…and every day we see how those dreams no longer exist.”
She added: “You may ask the world: Where were these international values of freedom, justice and equality when the world was unable to protect the right to life of the Palestinian child? You may ask the world: Why was there rapid action when trade routes and environmental interests were at risk, but the silence is deafening.” The call to prayer when 10,000 children were killed… when your mothers’ hearts were torn apart and your fathers clung to your dead bodies and kissed them goodbye.”
The Labor MP in the British Parliament continued in her message, which she published accompanied by a sad sound of music and pictures showing the tragedy of Gaza’s children: “You may ask the world: Will this end one day? Will we return to school? Will we sleep in our beds again? Will we ever feel safe?” “What? Are we even going to live?”
She added: “The world may not like your questions, but you deserve your answers. The world cannot pretend that it does not know because we hear, we see, and we know thanks to the power of your heroes, those everyday heroes who took out their cameras and risked everything, including the lives of their families, to show the world your stories. The world sees your innocence.” And your courage… your steadfastness and steadfastness, and despite the terror that you continue to endure with the world on your shoulders, while we raised our voices that filled the streets and called for an end to the matter, it was not enough that the world should have been your source of inspiration, so you became our source of inspiration,” as she put it.