Palestinians in Wales Sports Face Challenges during Ramadan amidst Ongoing Attacks

Palestinians in Wales Sports Face Challenges during Ramadan amidst Ongoing Attacks

Palestinians in Gaza Faced with Challenges During Ramadan

As Muslims around the world marked the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, Palestinians in Gaza faced a difficult first day with ongoing conflict, famine, and disease. The United Nations reported 25 deaths from malnutrition and dehydration, with most of the victims being children.

Difficulty in accessing aid in northern Gaza has exacerbated food shortages during Ramadan. Many Palestinians, including those in the city of Rafah, had to replace their usual iftar meal with canned food and beans. Displaced residents expressed sadness and struggle in observing Ramadan in tents, with limited food options.

Despite the hardships, some Palestinians tried to celebrate Ramadan by creating decorations and distributing lanterns. However, ongoing conflict and air strikes continued across Gaza, despite calls for a ceasefire during the religious month.

Residents in Rafah found a way to pray and break their fast amidst the ruins of a mosque hit by an Israeli air strike. The situation in Gaza remains dire, with the holy month of Ramadan bringing added challenges to an already devastated population. The people of Gaza continue to show resilience in the face of adversity, finding ways to celebrate and observe Ramadan despite the ongoing hardships they face.

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