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Vloggers from war zone in Gaza share a day in their life on social media. Watch | Trending News

Vloggers from war zone in Gaza share a day in their life on social media. Watch | Trending News
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The video starts with, “Day 28 of sharing our daily routine in a war zone,” and the camera pans to the destroyed roads.

GazaThe video crossed 5 lakh views within 2 days.

More than a month following the surprise assault by Hamas militants on Israel, penetrating via air, land, and sea on October 7, the region remains on high alert amid concerns of escalating conflict and the potential for casualties numbering in the thousands on both sides of the Israel-Gaza border. As the global audience observed, social media became a platform for expressing solidarity or dissent through protests, marches, and boycotts.

Our screens were inundated with viral videos from both Israel and Gaza, capturing scenes from everyday life during the conflict and its aftermath. Among these, a particularly noteworthy video has resurfaced, featuring a reel shared by a vlogger duo from Gaza, documenting their experiences on the 28th day amidst the turmoil.

The Instagram page, called Herz and Omar Show, depicts almost every day in the war zone. Shared two days ago, the 28th day has struck a chord among social media users. The video starts with, “Day 28 of sharing our daily routine in a war zone,” and the camera pans to the destroyed roads. They mention how breakfast bread is expensive, nearly $6 (Rs 500) because there is a lack of flour and gas.

They met up with his friend and then arrived at the Chess Club for the third day of the chess tournament. Then again as they walk away, you can see the destroyed roads and buildings due to the conflict.

The duo also mentions that it is a special day today since they hit 100K followers on Instagram. Then they took a bite of a traditional Saudi stuffed pastry called, ‘Tamees.’ He mentioned how it is usually cooked but right now they’re using wood burners due to limited availability of fuel and gas.

The video crossed 5 lakh views within 2 days as one user wrote, “It’s beyond dystopian that we now can scroll our feeds and find “Day 100 living in a war zone.” Another user said, “Can’t wait to see the day when your daily routine is not in a war zone. It will come, I wish you and all the lovely people whose lives you share will enjoy peace and prosperity soon.”

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A third user commented, “Why does the food cost anything? It’s supposed to be free aid. So who’s selling it when it’s supposed to be free?” And a fourth wrote, “They’re so happy. We need to end this so they’re not living in a war zone.”

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First uploaded on: 14-05-2024 at 12:53 IST

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