Biblioteca La Balate-PA | 2 agosto 2014 | 3 Commenti We want to write to the Little Girl Dressed in Green that saves books from the rubble of her house. We don’t know her name, but maybe – and paradoxically – right now it is not impossible contacting her. Dear Little Girl, your photos are all around the world. We look at the screen of the PC and do not know whether we can reach you.
July 29, 2014 Nathalie Handal Gaza Once in a tiny strip dark holes swallowed hearts and one child told another withdraw your breath whenever the night wind is no longer a land of dreams The Gazans I died before I lived I lived once in a grave now I’m told it’s not big enough to hold all of my deaths Tiny Feet A mother looks at another— a sea of small bodies burnt or decapitated around them— and asks, How do we mourn this?
Michael Rosen Thursday 24 July 2014 Israel bans radio advert listing names of children killed in Gaza (Guardian 24.07.14) Don't mention the children. Don't name the dead children. The people must not know the name of the dead children. The names of the children must be hidden. The children must be nameless. The children must leave this world having no names. No one must know the names of the dead children.