Panamanians in Israel are fine, they describe the situation as chaotic and critical
Panamanian citizens who are currently in Israel are fine and there are no injuries, detailed Zohar Sacha.
The president of the Association of Panamanians in Israel , Zohar Sacha, provided details on Thursday about the current situation in Israel, calling it critical.
"The situation for now is quite chaotic and critical, we as an association have always created a group where we are all in contact, where we try to support each other, seeing that the whole situation between us is fine, that no one has been hurt or if they need help," he said.
He explained that the Panamanian citizens who are currently in Israel are well and there are no injuries.
He explained that he has lived in Israel for 20 years, and the current conflict differs from those that have existed previously, because it is not only about the launch of missiles, but also the “Jewish-Arab conflict that we are living in the streets, the threats from one community to another ”.
He added that daily life in that country for Israelis and Panamanians consists of trying to adapt, continue their lives in a normal way, and currently they have to be attentive to missile alerts to move to shelters.
It is worth mentioning that since last Monday, the Palestinian militias have launched more than a thousand missiles, reaching Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and Israel has carried out more than 500 bombings against the enclave; while in Gaza, 65 Palestinians have died since Monday, including 16 children.