Social media is flooded with voices from celebrities, media personalities, influencers, and the public related to the Israel-Palestine conflict, with many expressing support for Palestine, including notable figure Malala Yousafzai.
Malala Yousafzai, who survived an assassination attempt by Taliban forces in 2012, spoke about the hurdles she experienced when she was a student.
Malala Yousafzai Issues Statement
The Nobel laureate took to Twitter and said, “As I proceed the tragic news of the past days, I think of the Palestinian and Israeli children caught in the middle.”
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Over 3,000 people have died as the war enters its fifth day. Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai took to Twitter and joined the call for an “immediate ceasefire”. Malala said children suffer the most during a war, and she is grieving for all the people hoping for peace and justice in the conflict zone.
As she survived an assassination attempt by Taliban forces in 2012, Further said, I was only 11 years old when I witnessed violence and terrorism. We woke up to the sounds of mortar shells and saw our schools and mosques destroyed by bombs. Peace became something we could only dream about.
War never spares children—not those kidnapped from their homes in Israel, not those hiding from air strikes or without food and water in Gaza.
According to the news from UNICEF, Over the past five days, 37 Palestinian children have been injured and arrested in East Jerusalem.
All children should be protected from Violence and Kept out of harm’s way at all times.