Keceriaan dan Kepedihan Anak-anak Palestina yang Masih Tersisa (Foto-foto Eksklusif)

MIDEAST ISRAEL PALESTINIANSIni foto-foto anak-anak Palestina yang masih terisa dan selamat dari pemboman brutal tentara Israel. Walaupun mulai bisa ke sekolah lagi, tetapi mereka memendam pedih dan luka: banyak orang tua dan teman yang hilang, tak lagi bersama mereka. Lebih pedih lagi adalah suasana dan alam lingkungan mereka sebagai anak-anak yang harus tumbuh normal dan bermain, hilang dan musnah dilenyapkan oleh kebiadaban serangan tentara Isreal. Mereka tidak mengerti mengapa mereka yang masih anak-anak yang harus jadi korban. Mereka tidak mengerti mengapa dunia mereka harus terganggu, dirusak dan hilang. Mereka tidak mengerti mengapa dunia memaksa mereka untuk tumbuh tidak normal sebagai anak-anak …

Optimisme masih ada dan mereka membutuhkan pelukan hangat, kasih sayang tulus dan kedamaian tatapan mata Anda.  Selamat menatapi wajah-wajah bening, semoga mendekatkan hati Anda pada mereka yang telah banyak kehilangan…

(Many thanks to Brother Mohamed Bokreta of Algier for these exclusive pictures ….)

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Palestinian children run through rubble on their way back home from school in east Jebaliya, northern Gaza strip, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2009. Palestinian children went back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian school girls walk to school in Gaza January 24, 2009. Schools reopened in Gaza on Saturday after Israel’s devastating three-week war, and peaceful coexistence seemed further than ever from the traumatised minds of young Palestinians. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GAZA)

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Palestinian girls stand in the yard before attending classes at the Beach Preparatory School in Gaza city January 24, 2009. Schools in Gaza reopened on Saturday after a three-week long Israeli offensive.  REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)

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Palestinian school boys and their teacher are seen at Beach Elementary School for Boys at Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children wearing uniforms and carrying satchels flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip on Saturday, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers, the militant group Hamas. (AP Photo/Ashraf Amra)

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Palestinian school boys participate in morning exercises at Beach Elementary School for Boys at Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children wearing uniforms and carrying satchels flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip on Saturday, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers, the militant group Hamas. (AP Photo/Ashraf Amra)

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Palestinian girl Rawan, 9, right, attends her relative, 35-day-old Aseel after returning from school in Jebaliya, northern Gaza strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children have flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers.  (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian boy Mohammed Kutkut, 14, right, covers his face as he sits next to the name sign of his killed friend Ahed Qaddas in the Fakhoura boys school in Jebaliya, northern Gaza strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Three friends of his class where killed when the Israeli army shelled Jebaliya in the past weeks. Tens of thousands of children have flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers.  (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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A Palestinian student wears a headband displaying pictures of weapons on the first day Rafah elementary school reopened in Rafah refugee camp southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Children returning to school presents another step back to normality for Gaza’s 1.4 million residents, seven days after a cease-fire was called, ending Israel’s 3-week air and ground assault in the tiny coastal territory, aimed at stopping Hamas rocket fire on southern Israel. (AP Photo/Eyad Baba)

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Palestinian children peer out of a crowded minibus after getting picked up from school in Jebaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children have flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian students line up on the first day the Rafah elementary school reopened in Rafah refugee camp southern Gaza Strip,  Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Children returning to school presents another step back to normality for Gaza’s 1.4 million residents, seven days after a cease-fire was called, ending Israel’s 3-week air and ground assault in the tiny coastal territory, aimed at stopping Hamas rocket fire on southern Israel. (AP Photo/Eyad Baba)

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Palestinian children pray as a sign carrying the name of Muhammed Elabsi, killed during the recent Israeli operation in the Gaza Strip, is displayed on the table in the classroom where he was sitting, at Rafah Primary School for Boys in Rafah refugee camp, southern Gaza Strip,  Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Children returning to school presents another step back to normality for Gaza’s 1.4 million residents, seven days after a cease-fire was called, ending Israel’s 3-week air and ground assault in the tiny coastal territory, aimed at stopping Hamas rocket fire on southern Israel.(AP Photo/Khaled Omar)

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Palestinian girls sing songs on the first day the Rafah elementary school reopened in Rafah refugee camp southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Children returning to school presents another step back to normality for Gaza’s 1.4 million residents, seven days after a cease-fire was called, ending Israel’s 3-week air and ground assault in the tiny coastal territory, aimed at stopping Hamas rocket fire on southern Israel. (AP Photo/Eyad Baba)

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Palestinian girls sweep their school ground prior to class in their girls school in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children have flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian girls make their way to school in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children wearing uniforms and carrying satchels flocked back to schools in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s militant Hamas rulers. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian boys play soccer after attending school in Jebaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children have flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian girls play a game prior to the start of class in their girls school in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children have flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers.  (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian schoolgirls play during recess at UNRWA’s (UN Relief and Works Agency) primary school in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip on January 24, 2009. Some 200,000 Gaza children returned to school for the first time since Israel’s offensive, many having lost family members, their home and their sense of security. The main UNRWA centre and several schools were destroyed by Israeli bombing during the 22-day war. AFP PHOTO/OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI (Photo credit should read OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI/AFP/Getty Images)

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Palestinian schoolgirls pray for the victims of Israel’s offensive, at UNRWA’s (UN Relief and Works Agency) primary school in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip on January 24, 2009. Some 200,000 Gaza children returned to school for the first time since Israel’s offensive, many having lost family members, their home and their sense of security. The main UNRWA centre and several schools were destroyed by Israeli bombing during the 22-day war. AFP PHOTO/OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI (Photo credit should read OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI/AFP/Getty Images)

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A Palestinian boy gestures as he joins others in the playground of the Fakhoura Boys School in Jebaliya, northern Gaza strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Three friends of his class where killed when the Israeli army shelled Jebaliya in the past weeks. Tens of thousands of children have flocked back to schools throughout the Gaza Strip, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s rulers.  (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Palestinian students survey the damage to a classroom that was damaged in Israeli shelling in recent weeks during the first day of classes at a United Nations school in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009. Tens of thousands of children wearing uniforms and carrying satchels flocked back to schools in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, days after Israel ended its fierce military operation against the territory’s militant Hamas rulers. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)

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JABALIA, GAZA STRIP – JANUARY 24: Students at Jabalia Prep C Boys School participate in calisthenics on the first day back to school since the cease-fire with Israel January 24, 2009 in Jabalia, Gaza Strip. Schools in Gaza were closed for over 20 days as fighting between Hamas and the Israeli army made school attendance too dangerous. On the first day back, area counselors spent the day evaluating students and creating a light-hearted atmosphere for children to relax.   (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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Palestinian schoolboys attend a class at UNRWA’s (UN Relief and Works Agency) primary school in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip on January 24, 2009. Some 200,000 Gaza children returned to school for the first time since Israel’s offensive, many having lost family members, their home and their sense of security. The main UNRWA centre and several schools were destroyed by Israeli bombing during the 22-day war. AFP PHOTO/OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI (Photo credit should read OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI/AFP/Getty Images)

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Palestinian schoolboys stand in line following recess at a school run by UNRWA in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip on January 24, 2009. Some 200,000 Gaza children returned to school for the first time since Israel’s offensive, many having lost family members, their home and their sense of security. The UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) reopened all its 221 schools which educate Palestinians in the territory and provided shelter to tens of thousands of people during the fighting. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)

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22 Responses to Keceriaan dan Kepedihan Anak-anak Palestina yang Masih Tersisa (Foto-foto Eksklusif)

  1. sari says:

    itulah generasi2 islam yang tidak patah semangat walaupun di bombardir para setan2 israel, karena kekuatan aqidah islamlah mereka sangat kuat.ALLAHU AKBAR 100X…….

  2. Hakim says:

    Sekilas info ttng ketakutan Israel..

    Seusai Ramadhan 1429 Hijriah, Ismali Haniya, pemimpin Hamas, melantik sekitar 3500 anak-anak Palestina yang sudah hafidz al-Quran.

    Anak-anak yang sudah hafal 30 juz Alquran ini menjadi sumber ketakutan Zionis Yahudi. “Jika dalam usia semuda itu mereka sudah menguasai Alquran, bayangkan 20 tahun lagi mereka akan jadi seperti apa?” demikian pemikiran yang berkembang di pikiran orang-orang Yahudi.

    Tidak heran jika-anak Palestina menjadi para penghafal Alquran. Kondisi Gaza yang diblokade dari segala arah oleh Israel menjadikan mereka terus intens berinteraksi dengan al-Qur’an. Tak ada main Play Station atau game bagi mereka.
    Namun kondisi itu memacu mereka untuk menjadi para penghafal yang masih begitu belia. Kini, karena ketakutan sang penjajah, sekitar 500 bocah penghafal Quran itu telah syahid.

  3. Nur Nasution says:

    subhanallah, walau kami tidak bisa menolong kalian tp mdhan do’a2 kami terkabul untuk kalian adik2 kami (anak2 palestina….)

  4. youza says:

    semaga saja mereka segera mendapat bantuan dari negara lain .agar mereka semua bissa ber aktivitas kembali seperti semula .atu semoga saja mereka sutu saat nanti bisa menjadi pejuang islam sejati. SEMANGAT PALESTINA..

  5. Nan Derfus says:

    Aw, this was a really quality post. In theory I’d like to write like this too – taking time and real effort to make a good article… but what can I say… I procrastinate alot and never seem to get something done.

  6. Piper Perabo says:

    would like pretty fantastic much . an outstanding job I can’t

  7. Hello.This post was really interesting, particularly since I was searching for thoughts on this issue last Sunday.

  8. niken says:

    why PBB blind about chid in the palestina

  9. niken says:

    VIVA FOR ISLAM BECAUSE ISLAM ABOUT PEACE

  10. tsabit says:

    Subhanalloh,,,, Hidup mulia atau mati syahid u/ adik2ku palestina,,,, sedih rasanya tidak bisa membantu,,,, :’(

  11. azad says:

    Tetes peluh keringatmu dan kucuran darahmu,, tak kan sia2,,,
    terus semangat anak2 PALESTINA Allah selalu bersamamu,,,

  12. dana al-salim says:

    wahai adik2 qu di di palestina sungguh mulia engkau HIDUP MULIA ATAUU MATI SYAHID ALLAHU AKBAR…

  13. agus says:

    Subhanalloh,,ya Allah selamat kan dan lindungilah saudara – saudara kami di palestina! Wahai adik2 ku,,aku sangat sayang pada kalian,,!Bersabarlah,,sesunguhnya Allah tidak tidur selalu menjaga kalian.Allahu Akbar..

  14. hendrik says:

    subhanallah ya rab…lindungilah mereka selalu d tanah suci palestine…wahai petingi Arab ap kalian bnr2 tlah tunduk pada zionis Amerika n Antek2 Yahudhi itu..dma d hadapan kalian saudara kalian se bangsa telah di tindas n d ambil tanah kelahiran mereka…km Orang Indonesia Akan slalu Mendukung kalian wahai sadara ku d palestine

  15. Sufrin says:

    Zionis israel sdh mempelajari isi Al Qur’an sehingga mereka sangat takut dengan anak2 yg semenjak kecil sudah hafidz Al Qur’an. Insya Allah akan ada keajaiban Allah untuk Palestina… Amin.

  16. fauzan arobi says:

    saya sudah melihat mereka secara langsung,,,,ingin berbuat banyak,,,tapi aturan menghalangi,,,,semoga Allah selalu melindungi kalian,,,saya tau semua kejadian ini sudah tertulis di Al Qur’an,,,,tapi saya pribadi selalu berdo’a agar anak palestina dan bisa terlindungi dari kebiadaban yahudi israel,,,,Allahhu akbar
    I LOVE YOU PALESTINE…

  17. Hariyadi Ibrahim says:

    Do’a kami untukmu wahai saudara kami di Palestina yang teraniaya

  18. samuri says:

    Semoga Allah selalu melindungi saudara2ku di palestina dan ada kekuatan dan bantuan dari ALLAH YANG MAHA KUASA

  19. MOna aljaedi says:

    hanya bisa menangis, berdo’a dan tidak bisa berbuat banyak untuk kalian wahai saudara” ku… tetaplah berjuang dan Allah bersama kalian….

  20. nana says:

    Subhanallah… maha besar Allah
    ijin taq foto2nya bagus2

  21. Oim van Deso says:

    saya ingin membantu kalian disana,,
    tp gmn carax,,,,ya allah tuntun hamba mu ini tuk bs membantu saudara2disana amiiinnn

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