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Waseem Zahid, Palestine |  He criticizes Wassim Al-Zahid's commitment to Palestine: You must not be silent

Waseem Zahid, Palestine | He criticizes Wassim Al-Zahid's commitment to Palestine: You must not be silent

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In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, there are more than 25 million people living in poverty, including seven million refugees.

Two million people in Burkina Faso, the same number in Gaza, are trapped, receiving little or no humanitarian assistance.

In Sudan, millions of people could die if nothing is done to help them.

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Double standards

What are you waiting for, Zim Zahid? Hopefully it will end soon?

I do not condemn Zahid's commitment to Palestine. He is clearly passionate about this issue, and has widespread support.

But for Wazim, he seems to be the only one in the world who shares something about Palestine.

He boasts that he publishes passionately about mass killings and child corpses, but at the same time he admits that he does not give much money or travel to Gaza to help.

This is where double standards come into play. What do people know about sharing, just because they don't share about it online? What is known about what influencers, artists, performers and athletes contribute?

I know many people who do much more than him for people in the world. One of them, for example, is footballer Mushaga Bakinga, who runs a school in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where he helps children in a humanitarian crisis emerge from poverty.

My point is that you can do good things without everyone necessarily knowing about it.

Waseem Zahid: Why are you silent about Palestine?

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You have to show that you are good

In the Bible there is a text that describes two people who must pray. One is a Pharisee and the other is a tax collector. At that time, the Pharisees were considered morally superior, and tax collectors were considered immoral and immoral. The Pharisee thanks God because he has no tax collector on his side. The Pharisee shouts loudly that he gives money to the poor and never cheats. The tax collector asks for forgiveness for his sins, and knows that he is not a good person.

Who do you think was the hero of this story? The customs officer, of course.

In our time, the most important thing is to show commitment, you have to show that you are good, and in no case should you be silent, because in the worst case you are evil yourself.

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Doctor, famous and influential

Waseem Zahid is a famous and influential doctor. He has chosen some issues that he cares about.

If he were to pursue his own argument, he should have called for Burkina Faso, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cameroon, Honduras, and Sudan as well.

Why should everyone only show commitment when it comes to Palestine? Why does no one cry for the children of Congo? Why doesn't anyone post pictures of dead bodies in Sudan? Why isn't Wasim upset by this too?

I applaud everyone who participated without having to shout about it.

Everyone who gives money to an organization, those who sign campaigns, those who read about different conflicts and those who want a better world without focusing on themselves.

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Continue your commitment to Palestine, Waseem.

But why keep your mouth shut about Burkina Faso, the Democratic Republic of the Congo or Sudan?