Gaza: On account of the Israeli bombardment, the well-known Palestinian poet, professor and writer of the guide “Gaza Writes Again” Rafat Al-Rir was additionally martyred.
The martyrdom of Palestinian poet Rafat Al-Rir was reported by his pals by way of social media.
Poet Rafat’s buddy expressed deep sorrow and stated, “I can’t imagine that I’m writing at present that our beloved Dr. Rafat Al-Rir was martyred in an Israeli airstrike.”
He added that “Alhamdulillah!” I used to be blessed to fulfill you in your lifetime and develop into your buddy”.
I can’t imagine I’m penning this. I can’t imagine I’m making this submit.
Our beloved Dr. Refaat Alareer has been killed by an Israeli air strike.
Alhamdulillah that I had the blessing of assembly you and changing into your buddy. pic.twitter.com/7HarKmipMQ
— Zarefah Baroud (@ZarefahBaroud) December 8, 2023
Rifaat Al-Rirer was a poet and author and a professor of English literature on the Islamic College of Gaza. He additionally wrote two books titled “Gaza Writes Again” and “Gaza Unsilenced”.
Learn extra: The well-known poet of Gaza was additionally martyred within the Israeli bombing
Final month, Rafat Alarir wrote a poem in English language titled “If I need to die”, this poem obtained a number of recognition on social media and now after the martyrdom of Rafat, his pals and followers are paying tribute to him in massive numbers. Sharing this poem on social media.
It ought to be remembered that the well-known writer, poet and novelist Haba Abunda was additionally martyred because of the Israeli bombing of Gaza in October.
A day earlier than his martyrdom, Haba Abunda had launched a message on social media by which he stated, “If we die, know that we’re steadfast and we’re true.”
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It ought to be famous that greater than 17,000 Palestinians, together with harmless kids, ladies, poets, writers and journalists, have been martyred within the ongoing Israeli assaults in Gaza since October 7.