Ovidiu Tataru
Wafa’a, 28, a translator and pharmacist, says: “The actions of Gaza’s women speak for themselves. We don’t need words. But I like to call the situation in Gaza not complicated or difficult I rather call it challenging because we can still manage to study, and can find work. It makes us flexible here and we are very strong. We have hopes and we manage to do many things. I hope for peace. I hope that we can deliver our message to the world that we are here, we exist and we deserve to live. It’s to change the - I wouldn’t say bad - but strong image that people have about us around the world.”