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Fadi Abu Salimah

Martyr Date

October 23, 2023

“He was not just a teacher; he was like a brother, a friend, a support, and a source of strength. He had an open heart that accommodated everyone. I have known him since childhood, and I vowed to him to be polite and cheerful. He loved everyone and dedicated himself to serving others, often at the expense of his own well-being.”

The martyr Fadi Abu Salimah.

“He was a man who loved life and embraced it with all his might. He taught English, and as we all know, it can be a challenge for many people. But it was different for students of Fadi! He took us on a journey of fun and excitement. We never got tired of his lessons or explanations; in fact, we eagerly awaited his classes with love and anticipation.”

“Imagine that he was the favorite of all his students and always the first refuge for them, listening to their concerns and problems, and helping them to be well. He always instilled in us the spirit of determination and perseverance. He constantly encouraged us to be the best versions of ourselves and to excel among everyone else.”

“He stayed up with us until dawn, answering our questions and recording lessons for us. He was always by our side, step by step. I know him well, and I bear witness that he never hesitated to offer help to others, whether they were students, friends, or relatives. I cannot fully describe the extent of his dedication and generosity. Whenever his name is mentioned, you will hear everyone speak of his good character.”

“On October 23, Fadi and his family were martyred when their house was targeted by Israeli occupation aircraft. It was destiny that they all left together. God blessed them by departing as one, for they were one soul, and none of them could bear to lose the other. Fadi may have departed physically, but he remains with us in every moment, in every day, and in our hearts forever.”

إِنَّا ِلِلَّٰهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un
Indeed, we belong to Allah, and indeed, to Him we return.
Source: Twitter/GazaMartyrs
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