“This is in my area. I can’t stop crying. I might die tonight” said Farah Baker, a 16-year-old Gazan, via her Twitter account, portraying the grim situation many in the Gaza Strip as a result of Israel’s latest offensive against the enclave.
We are sitting in darkness bc th power is off, flares r lightening up th area just like it's midday,we're just hearin bombs,drones,f16s#Gaza— Guess what (@Farah_Gazan) July 28, 2014
They are bombing heavily in my area. This is the worst night in this war. I just want you to know that I might martyr at any moment #Gaza— Guess what (@Farah_Gazan) July 28, 2014
Not only my area is suffering of this night, all parts of #Gaza strip are hearing bombs and seeing flares, this is y we've no shelters— Guess what (@Farah_Gazan) July 29, 2014
The window fell over my 6yrs old sis and she got injured slightly but she's shaking and unable to breathe #Gaza— Guess what (@Farah_Gazan) July 25, 2014
When u need 2 have hundreds of protests just 2 tell th world that BOMBING CHILDREN IS NOT OKAY. That's when u know that HUMANITY DIED#Gaza— Guess what (@Farah_Gazan) July 28, 2014
I AM GOING TO HANG OUTTTT! I can't believe this!!!!!!! I'm going to meet my best friend #Gaza— Guess what (@Farah_Gazan) July 26, 2014
Again. Thank you all for supporting me, I wish I could make sth for you :/ thank you ❤️— Guess what (@Farah_Gazan) July 30, 2014