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Sunday, 24 August 2014
Freedom vs Liberation: The story of a Political Dilemma
When was the last time
you saw the trace of a civilian liberty in Gaza? How would you define
the term 'liberty' when there is no such thing in the history of a
nation? What effects and affects can follow a destructive series of
an external attack? One cannot get rid of hundreds of such questions
when he/she travels through the ever ending news pieces of the
prolonged Israel-Gaza conflict. It is not just a happening in one of
the world nations. But it is a terrifying strategic shift of a group
of 'citizens with hearts burning with fire of rage and aggression'.
Height of terror: A view of Israeli attack from Gaza strip
From the point where the
very first human being tasted the forbidden fruit, the whole of the
conflicts forming in the universe had two parts: the all powerful
dominant existence and the part that struggles for minimum existence.
When a man becomes enemy to another man/woman, the circle of conflict
doesn't stretch much. But when it comes to a battle between two
nations, the vicious circle extends to a vast area focussing on
conflicts between ideologies, cultures, attitudes, authorities,
governance principles and so on. The presence of a third force in the
role of a mediator pre-supposes the chance for reasonable compromise
from any of the two sides. Sometimes the mediation engulfs both the
nations within a hidden agenda.
Gaza, a region of
Palestine, on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean sea, has been
subject to a kind of continuous authoritarian harassment by the
neighbouring nation Israel since 8th July 2014 in the name
of a 'borderless murder of three Israeli teenagers' by Hamas, a
palestinian Islamic organisation. The operation series titled as
protective Edge, initiated by Israel has crossed a shocking death
toll of about 2100 and also caused around 10,500 casualties. It is
not a surprising information when it happens to be a fact that the
Israel Defence Minister, Deputy Defence Minister and many others have
higher holds in opinion formation and decision making than that of
President and other superiors authorities. Being the third attack by
Israel upon Gaza in six years, the UN discussion benches and the
so-called global peace makers pretends to be dumb and deaf, sharing a
submissive attitude towards the US hidden agendas of monetory as well
as political desires.
What did my child do to you?
As a journalism aspirant,
I am afraid that I don't feel anything good in focussing on the death
toll and opinion-competitions of these conflict zones in the global
sphere. Rather than making each of these terrifying moments as
news-celebrations, we ought to have a highly political debate on what
are the ideological intricacies that prepares such nations for fierce
long battles in the name of dominance, possession and revenge. And
what does it mean when we utter the word 'freedom'? It is not merely
the space for free life, speech etc, but it also encompasses that
right to dream freely of a peaceful co-existence and the provision
for kick starting initiatives as stepping stones to that dream.
The dead-end of peaceful moments
you can dream of yourself, you are not in taboos. If your neighbours can
dream about you, then your nation is free. Break the shackles of
cliche political controversies and wake up to a new dream of
continuing renaissace. Have the sense of sensibility and work out
your ideas of a political conscience in the huge canvas of not
worldly pleasures, but of the fine art of social and political