All people around me are telling well about how lovely and beautiful GAZA is. People in here as well tell that GAZA is the most beautiful place on earth ever. Nonetheless, I don’t believe so.
In GAZA you'll see everyday lots of miracles, marvel occurrences that you would never have seen on any place on earth where you would ask yourself about whether they’re always happening spontaneously or extemporaneously.
In GAZa, you'll see and meet lots of kind people who will stand beside you in the hard times and they'll talk to you if you don't know them. After then, you'll plainly deal with them as they're good friends to you before, and they'll surprisingly be honest and friendly to you. What really a weird thing happens in Gaza. You'll as well as be so astounded if somebody ask you your cell phone number and later he'll keep calling you to get out with him or be your close friend.
In GAZa, if you make a shot trip, you'll back say how pretty GAZA is and you would rather say words you never ever in your life said before. You'd enjoy your times and spend so nice times with friends of yours and smell the nicest air on earth and then somebody would say, " Oh, I'm like in Paris not in Gaza."
In GAZa, you'll see some kids play various sports in the narrow streets yelling and hollering out at others, where you'll see also people staying in the roads talking, laughing, smoking or they may back bite others, too. This is not so weird. If you have a walk round Gaza's streets or particularly in the camps streets you'd similarly see old women stay in the streets.
In GAZa, for example, you'll see the prodigious weddings that have spcial taste and differ from other weddings arould the world. The wedding acutally is so distinctive where there's a party for guys before the wedding party. In the guys party you'll see, for instace, alot of guys dance and participate in the party to please the groom. You'll see also walid and sameer dance perfectly and in other hands, shafiq greets the groom and his family by shooting fire in the air. what a way of greeting!. And in the wedding party, you'll see Mona, flowers and little voice clap for the bride. yeah, they participate in the wedding as if they were the grooms brother. Thus, this reallly reflects the good mood of people and their loyalty and fealty towards the palestinian customs and social traditions.
In GAZa, however, you'll see special mornings that you've never seen them on earth. How others , for example, are calling for their own …….. that you'll always woke up on the voice of " gas and cake marketers. He'll say on the highest sound" k'aaaaaaaaaaaaak, k'aaaaaaak" and others " gas, gaaaaaaaas, gaaaaaas, and others " yala banadora, yalla batata, yalla bateekh and Habash ya mlokh. Oh, what a terrible sound, and the funniest thing when those come while you didn’t sleep for 3 hours at least. I really don't deny that Gaza's morn is so unique for me. What I myself like in the morn is walking in the streets looking at the people who go to their work, kids go to their schools, women carry their babies to the clinics, and other kids hold the plates to buy" ful and falafel ". Thus, the nicest time is the dawn. It's really preferred to me and other people to walk in this period of time where you would see nobody walk in the streets, you would smell a slight, cool wind " a cool breeze" that it will slack up you.
In GAZa, nowadays withal, you'll regrettably be seeing the worst things. You'll be seeing things that you didn't use to see or hear before. It could not be something right; it's for sure something wrong that comes to GAZA and it impairs and vitiates it completely. In the mornings and nights you'll be just listening to the impressive music ever that you and your father's ancestors never listened to it since I so long knew that our fathers like the old music, and they choose the best kind of music to listen to it such as Abel Alhaleem and Am kalthom.
But this music could be neither for Abdlhaleem nor Am kalthom, it's something better than you imagine: this music is the sound of generators. Yeah, they' re the generators; the thing that always pisses you off, the thing that pollutes both the air and the ear and the thing you would be forced to listen to it unless you're deaf. You'll be always, days and nights, listening to it. The voice kills others, the voice kills the babies and old people and the most laughingly thing that when the power goes off people round will hurry switch on. They don't wait, they cannot wait either. I cannot really describe how awful, noisy they really are. You yourself hate walking and loitering in Gaza's streets because of these generators. How couldn't GAZA be without generators nowadays? If you walk in the markets, you'll ask yourself a question, " Am I in clothes or generators market?"
This problem will affect us. It might, those generators kill us after years. They might cause maladies to our youths and younger. Gazans are using the generators incriminatingly.
But this music could be neither for Abdlhaleem nor Am kalthom, it's something better than you imagine: this music is the sound of generators. Yeah, they' re the generators; the thing that always pisses you off,
This is so true ... generators sound is the worst sound you ever hear in Gaza