Israeli strike kills six in Gaza school on New Year's Eve

Many countries in Europe and the world used New Year's Eve to protest

by Sead Dedovic
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Israeli strike kills six in Gaza school on New Year's Eve
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Recently, there were fights and attacks in Gaza. During this time, a school in Deir al-Balah was hit by airstrikes. Sadly, some people, including kids and older adults, lost their lives. Someone who survived the attack told how scary it was when a bomb suddenly came while they were charging their phones. They're worried because they thought the school was a safe place, but it got hurt too.

These fights have been happening for a while, causing a lot of pain and loss for people living there. It's a complicated situation with different sides and problems. Talking about what's happening can help us see why peace is important and how conflicts can hurt communities. 

The leaders of world countries are trying to find solutions for these conflicts, but it seems that the solution is not easy to find. Although it has been emphasized many times so far that peace is a priority, and that things like this could follow, this is an additional source of fear and cause for concern. The people of Palestine are calling on the world to react, but it seems that there is still no concrete reaction.

New Year's Eve and protests: Turkey 

Many countries in Europe and the world used New Year's Eve to protest what is currently happening in Palestine. Turkey, like since the beginning of the war, organized the biggest protests. Residents of Turkey believe that someone must react urgently and prevent the chaos that is happening in Palestine.

It's really hard to predict what the future holds, but looking at the course of the war so far, it's hard to be optimistic and believe that the war in the Middle East can end. Political analysts believe that the conflict could only deepen even more and that Hamas could once again decide on 'unpopular' measures. The leaders of Hamas could certainly take certain steps in the coming period that will provoke the anger of Israel, and this conflict would have the same course as before.

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