Finding a New Gaza in Heaven
Gaza’s Poetess: Hiba Kamal Abu Nada #GazaResilience #HeavensGaza
In the face of unthinkable tragedy, the poignant words of Palestinian poetess Hiba Kamal Abu Nada continue to resonate. Hiba’s life was tragically cut short during an Israeli attack in Gaza, but her verses and spirit live on. She wrote these lines before her untimely death, offering a glimmer of hope amidst the chaos of conflict.
Hiba’s verses touch on the idea that a new Gaza awaits in heaven. A city where those who sing of undying love will find their place, and there will be no more suffering. Her lyrics have since gone viral on social media, capturing the hearts of people worldwide.
In her words, she wrote, “We are now in the seventh heaven. A new city will be built there. There will be no screaming patients and doctors in blood-soaked clothes. There will be no angry teachers at children, no grieving and hurting families. Reporters will be capturing that heavenly world on camera. All those who sing about undying love will be residents of Gaza. Together they will build a new Gaza in heaven, a Gaza without sanctions.”
The social media response to Hiba’s words has been overwhelming, with many expressing the belief that she has now found her place in Gaza in heaven, where she continues to write about eternal love.
Hiba Kamal Abu Nada, a 32-year-old poetess, was tragically killed during an Israeli attack in Khan Younis, Gaza. Her work and spirit live on, having been recognized with the Sharjah Award for her novel ‘Oxygen isn’t for the dead.’
Hiba’s words are a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, even in the darkest of times, and her legacy serves as an inspiration to many who strive for peace and love in the face of adversity.
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