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Shah Al Hamdoush (61) is pictured here with her daughter Amal (29) and Amal’s son Ahamad (10) on December 1, 2015 in Bekka Lebanon. Amal’s other son, Khaled (6) is not pictured. Shah is a widow from the town of Al Ashafie, Aleppo, Syria. She fled with her family in 2013 after their house was
Ahmad was serving in the Syrian military when the civil war began and he wanted no part of it. He left the service and moved to live with his wife Fatima in Aleppo until the war got worse and their house was destroyed. Ahmad and Fatima made the difficult decision to flee the country and any
Bassam and Wessam both suffer from cerebral palsy and require medical treatment. Mohammed, the youngest of the three siblings, may also have cerebral palsy. Due to lack of funds the family has been unable to get Mohammed to a doctor for evaluation. When asked about their most pressing needs, beyond medical care for the kids, the kids’
Four years ago, the Hamudi family was living happily in Aleppo, Syria until militants began dropping bombs and shells near their home. Afraid for their lives, the kids’ parents Mohammed (37) and Fatin Jedaan (34) made the difficult decision to flee for the border. Now sheltering in Turkey, they have no access to a stove