Aftab Alam

(15 th April 1967 / , , RANCHI,)

Shame-Shame Israel


Pelestinians sky is red,
World is crying,
Humanity is shying,
Very disgusting,
Very sad,
Pelestanians sky is red,

'O' Pelestine,
For you.its dawn,
For Israel it is dusk,
History know about their faith
If you are not knowing,
You must know-
They spare non,
Niether Moses nor Jesus-
'They are the terrorist of humanity
and peace',
They learnt to kill the innocent
They are killing the innocent
'O' Brave Palestine-
Your victory inching towards you-
Be Brave, Bravo- -
Here I condemn Israel,
Praying for thier doom
Praying Palestine's flowers to bloom...

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Topic(s): humanity


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