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November 19, 2019
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“Eid is a sad day for Gaza”

GAZA CITY: Ceasefire would have made it an Eid day even today was not Eid, TheNewsTribe.com reported.

Such are the calamities of Gazans but after all it was an Eid day, so people returned to the streets of Gaza City on the first day of Eid, the holiday that marks the end of Ramadan.

However, outlying neighborhoods such as Beit Hanoun and Beit Lahiya were deserted. The only thing one could see on streets were Israeli tanks that were slowly moving on the streets.

There were nothing available in the markets, so people could not buy much in the name of new clothes, toys or shoes.

The food is the biggest happiness these days and fresh clean water is the the ultimate source of joy.

The prayers in Namaz-e-Eid is for cease fire extension and only hope is hope for survival.

This is the mood of Eid in Gaza on the first day of Eid. Lets see what happens next because Israeli army is announcing that soon every one will have to vacate homes.