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My Interview with A Protestor

In Cleveland, there has been Muslims who have been protesting the injustice committed to their people.

By Louise BlakePublished 4 months ago 3 min read
My Interview with A Protestor
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In Isreal, Muslims are being persuaded for the bad blood that has gone on for millennia. I was in the trenches in my city trying to find out more.

There were more cops there then if someone had held up a bank in a DC comic book.

A cop I had asked her if she had a comment about why are so many cops if this a peaceful protest. Do you have anything you can tell me? The cop wasn't very forth coming with anything.

"No comment we aren't supposed to speak to the press." Says a police.

Since 1967, Muslims of Palestine have been persecuted for their believes by the Israeli nation. In Cleveland, for the past two weeks Muslims have been protesting for their people the Israeli occupation in Gaza. For so long have the Palestinian people been suffering the Genocide against their people it is as if the Israeli are trying to whip them out.

As I made my way deeper into public square I asked an oncoming family on the cross walk for a community.

"We have no comment for the press." I assumed is the Father because he spoke for everyone.

They I came across this family and a guy I recogonised from Cleveland State University.

Me: Hi I am doing an article on the Gaza Israeli occupation. Would you care to speak to me for just a time. I promise you I'm unbiased and only want to report the truth.

The woman I interviewed wanted to remain anonymous. While we spoke she told me about the occupation and the devastating truth of the recent cleanse of the Palestinians culture committed by the Israeli nation.

Mysterious woman: Okay what do you want to know.

Me: Can you tell me why you are protesting we aren't in Gaza or Israel.

M.W: No we aren't but we are protesting what we believe in. We have been suffering since 1967.

Me: But I thought the Palestinian people were suffering even before the Israeli people started their occupation.

M.W: Yes we have.

Me: Since the dawn of time. I don't know which is worse Christians pushing their faith onto others or the Israeli people.

M.W: You aren't wrong but almost of all my people have been wiped out. The media paints us to be villains.

Me: But there is good and bad in everywhere Muslims the religion is supposed to be a peaceful religion?

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M.W: Yes we are supposed to be a peaceful religion.

A source recently has released news that I believe is only have the truth the United Nations. They talk about how the Israeli nation has done a mass cleanse of the people of Gaza.

Since 7 October 2023, more than 1,900 Palestinians have been killed, including at least 600 children, more than 7,600 injured, and over 423,000 people have been displaced as a result of the Israeli strikes. This fate befell a population which has already experienced five major wars since 2008 in the context of an unlawful blockade imposed by Israel since 2007, which Albanese said has been widely condemned by the international community as collective punishment. A sources shares from the United Nations.

On 12 October, Israeli forces issued an order for 1.1 million Palestinians in north Gaza to move to the south within 24 hours, amidst ongoing airstrikes. The next day, Israeli forces reportedly began to enter Gaza in order to “clear” the area. Palestinians have no safe zone anywhere in Gaza, with Israel having imposed a “complete siege” on the tiny enclave, with water, food, fuel and electricity unlawfully cut off. Rafah, the only border crossing that remained partially open to the Gaza strip, was closed after damage caused by Israeli airstrikes. Another sources shares how this mass cleanse has shared the "truth."

I feel like this is only partly true. There needs to be more to this a mass cleanse doesn't happen for no reason. There has to be more to the story. I plan on researching for more info.

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Louise Blake

For the many readers who never want to read one niche but many this is the place for you to come. This blogger has everything never just one thing. She is a author, a blogger, and flawed woman. She is never perfect but happily married.

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  • Melissa Ingoldsby4 months ago

    I’m Glad you care about this very important issue and are willing to learn more and respect the community

  • Abdullah4 months ago

    Appreciated to write artical on this

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