Condition of Gaza Residents Celebrating Ramadan Amid Israeli Onslaught

Condition of Gaza Residents Celebrating Ramadan Amid Israeli Onslaught

Condition of Gaza Residents Celebrating Ramadan Amid Israeli Onslaught. The song entitled Halo Ya hello is a famous Arabic Ramadan song in Palestine. A refugee named Abut led the song, along with dozens of neighbors and children in one of the refugee tents located in Tal Al – Sultan, Rafah. Apart from reviving the tradition of celebrating Ramadan in Gaza. This activity entertains children in the midst of war, as well as being a means of healing trauma.

Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are preparing to welcome the holy month of Ramadan amidst the ongoing conflict. This year the war has resulted in citizens lacking the basic necessities of life, mainly due to supply disruptions and soaring food prices. Even though their economic and living conditions are deteriorating, some residents still try to celebrate Ramadan with joy. They do it to create a happy atmosphere, and to make their children happy.

As the holy month of Ramadan approaches, Palestinian residents in the Gaza Strip must pray outdoors. Because thousands of mosques have been destroyed as a result of Israeli air attacks on Rafah. Residents including children gathered for congregational prayers in the middle of the ruins of the Al-Faruq mosque. The mosque, which was once one of the largest and oldest in the city, was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike on February 22. Even though they want to spend time praying in the mosque during the month of Ramadan. Despite all the difficulties, the congregation said they were determined to maintain their religious practices amidst the ruins.