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Al Wazeer Family
Omar (13), Serda (11), Moaaweya (9), and Iesha (5) are the youngest of 6 kids. They spent their childhood in the beautiful city of Aleppo, Syria. Then the civil war began. Danger crept closer and closer until it was upon them. The family home was bombed. The family remained however, hoping the war would pass
Rafea (24) holding her newborn daughter (10-days-old), stands with her three other children, Maha (4, daughter), Mohamad (2, son) and Baraa (1, daughter). Rafea lives in a tent with nine total including her husband Houssein and their three nieces. Her niece Khaled (25) is pictured. The Mounif family is originally from Ashrafiya in Aleppo, Syria.
Ahmed and Sumaya left Syria after their neighborhood was severely impacted by airstrikes. Ahmed: “I lost the feeling of safety totally after I saw the house of my neighbor exploded and the shreds of his four children sprawling around his house”. He said he could not risk his family’s safety any longer. The couple and
Yousra Oweis (34) and her three children, Amina (2), Husseine (3), and Mohamad (7 months) are pictured here in their Beqaa Valley refugee camp in Lebanon. Yousra and her husband, Khalid, fled with their two babies from Syria due to violence between the Syrian Regime and the Free Syrian Army near their home. The couple