Ziad: "The building right next to us was bombarded, two apartments were on fire we were scared because our apartment became full of smoke and we were worried after all what we heard about the weapons the Israelis are using ... But a short while ago we got electricity.
"Right after I woke up I went to bring some water. The cease fire started at 10 a.m. today and ended at 1 p.m. so I went to a nearby pharmacy to charge my cellular phone.
"During the first days of the war we used to eat, but lately we are forgetting about food; it's not that we do not have food, we just don’t think of it anymore, for example yesterday we did not eat anything. We ran out of cooking gas so our neighbors make us coffee or tea. I heard that there is humanitarian aid but I did not see anything.
"The days are all the same, we are bored, there's continuous shelling and no where is safe..."