Between the cave of Thailand and Gaza’s

According to Middle East Monitor, the world finally breathed a sigh of relief following the success of the divers in northern Thailand in rescuing the 12 children and their coach after 17 days trapped in a flooded cave. The rescue and plight of the children have attracted worldwide attention and has captured a great deal of public interest around the world.

Relief teams from around the world were involved in the rescue operation, with an estimated number of 1,000 people taking part in the rescue operation, as well as experts in the field of relief and disaster on best practices to carry out a rescue operation to ensure the safety of children.

And in order to ensure that the children overcome the psychological trauma caused by what they’ve been through, they were invited to attend the World Cup’s final game and to express that the world is standing with them in their ordeal.

The most beautiful forms of solidarity between peoples and with the families of detained children have been expressed. Even children and people who have been facing death and extermination have continued to pray and pray for the children in Thailand to be rescued and to return to their families safely.

The sad thing is that the humanity of the world is fragmented and stands helpless from even concerning and defending the peers of these children, those who lie under the guns and bombardment of aircraft and the confiscation of their right to live in dignity and move in peace.

In the Gaza Strip, the number of children under the age of 18 is over 900,000 children (according to the final results of the Census of Population, Housing and Establishments 2017), of which 20,000 are orphans and 11,000 have at least one form of disability. While the Israeli occupation forces used excessive force against peaceful demonstrators in the Great Return marches.

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