The pioneers of the communication platforms circulated a clip of a Jerusalemite child chanting “Abu Obeida Baderikh” (Abu Obeida on the road); In an attempt to frighten the Israeli occupation forces.
The Eighth Bulletin – Your publication (6/22) (2021) continued the interaction with the clip of the Palestinian child who appeared in the video on the doorstep of Al-Aqsa Mosque, holding a toy weapon in his hand.
The child’s clip received a wide interaction on the communication platforms, and activist Mahran Amr wrote in a comment, “It is not strange for the young to understand before the old who is the real bond after God Almighty.”
As for the singer, Hamal Al Balushi, he said, “I lived… these generations are impossible to forget their maximum, their right, their land and their honor, and the printmakers are trying to normalize and drink it.”
In Palestine, too, the hashtag “Save Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood” topped the list of circulation in several Arab countries on Twitter, after the residents of the neighborhood documented the settlers’ assault alongside the occupation forces on them and their homes last night.
The attacks sparked a state of anger and denunciation across the platforms, amid calls to continue the campaign of support and support for the neighborhood threatened with displacement. Activists also demanded the necessity of tweeting through the hashtag to communicate their suffering to the whole world, and to document the Israeli practices against the people there, describing what is happening as a crime.