Conditions like war between Israel and Palestine remain and there are reports of constant attacks and injuries to people. People are praying that this dispute should end soon. Meanwhile, another shocking news has emerged that the Israeli police has shot a Palestinian actress. Baghdad Central Series Palestinian actress Maisa Abd Elhadi participated in a peaceful demonstration in the city of Haifa. Where the police shot him on the leg and he was admitted to the hospital. Now the actress talked about this and told about the violent situation happening there.
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Actress Maisa thanked people after recovering, who helped her and saved her life. Sharing the post, she wrote that, ‘I am feeling very bad, I know that people are in even more trouble and facing it. Life is in danger on both sides.
The actress further wrote, ‘On Sunday I took part in a peaceful demonstration. All of us were singing together. He was expressing his anger with the loudness of his voice. I was lukewarm there myself and was shooting the events happening there. Shortly after the demonstration a military started leaving the Grenades and the Gas Grenades. Everything was changing rapidly. I stood on the side of the road which seemed safe to me. I was alone and my back was in front of Foggy’s back. ‘
He further wrote, ‘I was not scaring anyone. I moved towards the car and I heard the sound of a bomb exploding very close to me. I could feel that my jeans had exploded but that was the sound of a bomb. I saw blood dripping from my leg and my skin had come out. In such a situation, the young boy saved me. I felt that they shot at my leg, because the position of the leg looked very bad. I was troubled by the condition of the feet. All the young boys and girls were screaming in front of the Israeli force and I was moaning in front of them in pain. People came to save me and drove me away from the show. Treated me to a nearby park. There was also a paramedic among those who stopped my leg blood. ‘
The actress finally wrote, ‘I have no doubt. As a Palestinian, I have received threats several times, but this time it is clear that we are in a fight and the only thing separating us from death is luck. A lot of people are going to live in a fast-growing battle. ‘