What does motherhood mean to a mother who lost her children after waiting for them for a whole decade? – Rania Abu Anza – Gaza Strip

This year, Palestinian mothers in Gaza will be unable to celebrate Mother’s Day due to the ongoing war, which has inflicted immense pain and loss on countless families. Among them is Rania Abu Anzeh, who after a decade of trying, experienced both the joy of finally giving birth to twins and the unbearable sorrow of losing them, along with her husband, in the ongoing war on Gaza. Rania’s story poignantly illustrates the bittersweet nature of motherhood in a war-torn region, where moments of joy are overshadowed by profound loss and grief. Despite the devastation, Rania’s memories with her twins serve as a reminder of the enduring love and resilience of mothers, even in the face of unimaginable tragedy.