The Butcher of Gaza

Born in ’49, with a heritage profound,
A history etched, in israeli ground.
In Eldridge town, where tales are spun,
A leader rose, Netanyahu by name, begun.

In 2014, a grim toll was paid,
Gaza’s anguish, where thousands laid.
Indictments followed, charges of trust,
Bribery and fraud, a legal thrust.

Then came October, a dark descent,
Gaza’s attack, a fatal event.
Gaza’s butcher, Erdogan’s mournful call,
A title forged where compassion did fall.

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Youth's poetry ignites my quest, Against oppression, I protest. In Palestine's struggle, voices rise, For freedom, peace, justice, my cries.
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