Anwar Balusha Research Paper

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The life of Anwar Baalusha Imagine the feeling of loosing five daughters in the same second, minute, and day. Do you know the feeling of waking up everyday worried if you are going to live or not? How do you think it feels to look out your window seeing bombs blowing up? How do you think it feels seeing young women and children being dragged across the rocky streets? Well, guess what? That is my life every single day. My name is Anwar Baalusha and I’m 37 years old. I live in the Jebaliya refugee camp. Until this day, I hear the cries of my daughters. Not one, not two, not three, but five. On December 30, 2008 was the day five of my own daughters lost their lives. My daughters’ names are: Tahrir the oldest was seventeen years…show more content…
I’m pretty sure that is probably the most terrible situation that can happen to a person. These “Israelis” decided they wanted to bomb a mosque next door to my house. My wife, my 16-month daughter, and my fifteen-year old daughter in one room, and my five other daughters were sleeping in the same room. The bomb had not only hit the mosque, but it also hit my adobe house. In a split second, my metal roof was under the bombed mosque. Trying to get up from under the broken roof, I ran to my daughters’ room. I found two lying in there pajamas. “Where are the rest of my daughters? This can not be happening!” I kept thinking to myself. I finally found the other three under a mountain of rubble. I couldn’t believe my eyes. I was thunderstruck. I didn’t know whether to sob, shout, or call the police. The ambulances have rushed and took me to the hospital. I couldn’t lie in a bed while my daughters where getting placed in their grave. I limped my way to the funeral. Not only have my daughters’ lives been taken, they were forced to be buried in three graves because of the lack of space so two of them had to

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