yesterday has really brought something in me.
a 2-hour talk by tn hj noor azman bin samsuddin really made us realize how little deeds have we done to help the palestinians.
in fact, we have even helped, and are helping the Israelis to destroy them.
do we realize that?
how little our deeds if compared to the sacrifices done by those who have syahid during the Flotilla mission to gaza a few months ago,
if compared to those who fearlessly joined the humanitarian mission to contribute help to the Palestinians regardless of their ages, races and religions,
if compared to those who have become detentions and were poisoned with arsenic by the evil chefs of the Israelis,
if compared to those who have injured and some are still comma until now after being shot by the Israelis army,
and if compared to the Palestinians who are struggling to fight for their rights that have been seized by the Israelis.
the little children of Palestine are also helping to fight for their country's peace.
how brave they are when tn hj noor azman told all of us that these kids continued to throw stones to the Israelis tanks.
when they were asked why did they do that, a simple yet touching answer they gave;
"we want to help,. and that is all that we can do."
even the little children have the courage and bravery to save their country, but what have we done?
what amazed me was their sense of loving and caring to each other.
tn hj noor azman gave a loaf of bread to a kid, and instead of eating it by himself, he gave it to a 6-year-old kid. and that kid shared that small loaf of bread with all his friends.
oh my...how big-hearted they are...
here in malaysia,
we even throw away foods.
are we too comfortable with the current condition of our country?
have we really done enough to help them??
tn hj noor azman did show us videos when mavi marmara was attacked by the Israelis.
the situation was terrifying with the sounds of gun being shotted were heard all over the places, with the blood everywhere,
but the convoy have fearlessly defended each other.
a situation where a mother with her 2-month-old baby wanted to go downstairs to find a place to protect themselves were shotted by the army,
the other people in the convoy protected them from the bullets with their very own body.
how strong their sense of love towards each other...
those who have been shotted either to death or suffered from minor and major injuries,
all that i could see in their faces were the bravery and the strength as humans.
the bullets were no ordinary bullets but with the screw ones that would break their bones.
their wound might look small but the pain was extremely excruciating.
i heard no one screamed in pain,
in fact, there even smiles on their faces.
those who have been shotted to death were like smiling.
should we do something to help them?
it is a must.
we should have done it a long time ago.
we are not people who have the bravery and opportunity to join the humanitarian mission to Gaza,
but we do have the power to make Israel runs out of money to make bombs and bullets to attack the Palestinians.
+ WE DO HAVE THE POWER TO BOYCOTT ISRAELIS PRODUCTS.
+ WE DO HAVE THE POWER TO BREAK THE SIEGE.
+ WE DO HAVE THE POWER TO STOP THE WAR.
+ WE DO HAVE THE POWER TO SAVE THE PALESTINIANS.
+ WE DO HAVE THE POWER TO BE A SELFLESS HUMAN.
so, why don't we start it now?
the cry is still on.
do we care?
show our care by donating, by boycotting and by praying for them,
praying that they will ever give up in fighting for their country.
and praying that those who have joined and will join the humanitarian mission will never get their spirit fades.
that they will always courageous to continue the mission.
this is not only for the Palestinians,
this is for the global peace.
this is for the sake of the humanitarian.
this is for all.
so, let's now change.
a small change done by people globally, will bring a major effect to Israel.
p/s: another two meaningful entries on this issue by these girls: