By Zia H Shah on November 16, 2012 • ( 2 Comments ) Picture of the Day – Gaza Share this:TwitterFacebookWhatsAppTumblrLinkedInSkypeRedditPinterestPocketEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Categories: Arab World, Asia, Israel, Palestine, Photography, Picture of the day Tagged as: Gaza
Ironically in this self acclaimed modern civilized sophisticated world today there seems to be no one who can really do something to stop these unjust happenings.
Where are the God fearing greater minds?. Why humanity is so helpless?
Cant they solve this problem by talks instead of bloodshed?
Is human mind so exhausted??? Or the inner beast of enmity of human could never been overpowered even by this civilization?
This child’s only crime is that the elders of his region have lost the faith in God and sensibility of solving a problem. I am once again very much saddened and grieved.
The day in hereafter when this child and all his alike, will ask them why he was robbed off his only life? What answer do they have?
Here I would like to share my wife’s poem.
Palestine the Land Of Prophets
Palestine the land of Abraham
Land of Ishmael, Isaac and Jesus
The land of Prophets
Is injured and bleeding
weeping and grieving
The nations of two brothers
Are blood thirsty of each other’s
The land that was so sacred
Has become a target of hatred
The point that could bring them closer
Has parted them even farther
The Holy place that they both take delight
Has become a cause to fall in a fight
Alas! What a plight
who will ever fix this dispute?
It is You my God absolute!
O’ Allah they both believe in you
Help them solve it true
For half a century this land is suffering
No day is safe no night comforting
Many a youths strong and gorgeous
Lost their lives
Leaving their children orphaned
Widowing their wives
Peace and harmony since long battered
Business and economy is shattered
Infants snatched from mother’s lap
Can There be a greater mishap?
Can there ever be an end
to this unacceptable dangerous trend?
O’ Allah put in their hearts
Faith, justice and mercy
so that each other’s rights
they can see
So that each other’s rights they can see