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Ghassan has been living in a refugee camp in Lebanon his entire life. His parents fled their home in Aleppo in 2014 militants began arresting the men in their region. Ghassan will never experience the home his parents occupied in Syria as they found out it had been destroyed by barrel bombs. Ghassan’s mother, Aysha,
“Our home was bombed and all means of supplies were cut off from our village. ISIS invaded Al Hassakeh, our home town and we were very afraid of staying there… Either we stay and get killed by ISIS or leave and save our lives. We chose to leave. My husband, Sobhi, he couldn’t make it
Nour (5) and Iman (3) are sisters living in the Whalid Khalf camp in Lebanon with their two brothers, Mohammad (8) and Haysan (10). The children and their parents Ahmad and Jawza fled Syria after bombings destroyed their house. Nour and Iman do not attend school but Mohammad has completed the first grade, now the
Mrs Al Jasem from Syria: “Our story is maybe different from others. We are from Shaddadi, a village near Al Hassakeh which was invaded by extremists and where the whole story begins. We were living in hell under the new rules. We couldn’t go outside our home unless in full Nikab. Everyday they killed someone
Yassmine (5) is pictured in Lebanon on Feb 10, 2016. Before arriving at a camp in Beqaa Valley, October of 2015, Yassmine lived peacefully in the countryside, south of Aleppo, Syria. Now she lives with her aunt, Radia (44). Radia’s husband was killed by barrels while she was out shopping for groceries for the couple’s
Nadia (27) with her son Mazen (2) outside their tent in Lebanon, March, 2017. Before Mazen was born, Nadia fled Syria with her husband, Mohammad (27), in 2013 when extremists invaded their town. Fearing for their safety and livelihood, they fled to Lebanon. Mazen was born in 2014 and only knows life as a refugee.