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Pictured above, two of Murtadha’s three children. Murtadha was a professional weightlifter in Iraq and worked as a personal trainer with the U.S. military in Baghdad. One day he was driving with his 18 year old sister when militants forced his car off the road. Murtadha’s sister was killed in front of him in the
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Abbas (3), Sidra (2) and Qamar (5) only recently fled their home from the northwest of Homs, Syria. Their father Hamza explains: “We moved to many different houses trying to avoid the bombings. We even stayed in semi-destroyed houses sometimes. At one point I was hit in the hand while trying to hide with my
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Rahaf (13) is from Idlib, Syria and lives with her parents and four of her siblings in a make shift tent in Lebanon. They fled their home after it was bombed and no longer inhabitable in October of 2014. Currently, Rahaf’s brother Ahmad (21) is the sole provider for the family, earning $80 per month
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Salha lived in Aleppo with her family when the Syrian war began. Before the family could move to safety, her eldest son was killed during a bombing. They left the city immediately, seeking shelter near the town of Latakia. Salha and her family lived here for two years until the situation got worse, forcing Salha
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Mouawya (10), Sedra (12) and Aysha (7) are the youngest of 6 kids. They spent their childhood in Aleppo, Syria until the civil war began. Danger crept closer and closer and their home was bombed. The family remained however, hoping the war would pass and they would not be harmed. When their home was bombed
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Fares (6) lives with his mother, father and two younger sisters in a makeshift refugee camp in Lebanon. They were forced to flee their home is Syria in 2011, first moving to Al Tal where the kids’ grandfather was taking refuge in a school. As recounted by their mother, Fatima, “We stayed about one year
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 Emilie: “I was married and lived with my husband in Cote D’Ivoire. I had my baby boy Soloman with him in 2007. In 2011, the civil war started in Cote D’ivoire and the rebels came, indiscriminately assaulting and killing people in the town where I lived. We fled into Togo and they put us in a
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Tamer (36) worked in public relations in Damascus supporting his parents. When the war intensified, Tamer’s parents urged him to flee to avoid being re-enlisted into what had become such a controversial and unconventional war. Tamer took their advice and fled with his boyfriend to Istanbul. Shortly after arriving in Turkey, Tamer and his boyfriend split
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Alex: “We were very very poor. My parents had eight children, and I’m right in the middle. My father worked for the municipality in Douala, Cameroon as a cleaner in the markets. My mother sold firewood. We didn’t have enough to live so we stayed with various family friends, on dirt floors. When the government of
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Muhammad (the above children’s father) and his family of seven were granted a visiting visa to the United States in autumn of 2016. This visit was to be their first family international trip – an amazing adventure they had wanted to take for years. They were excited to visit popular landmarks like Times Square, the
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Mohammad (10) stands with his sister Safaa (8) at the edge of their camp in Lebanon. Mohammad was living with his family in a village in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus. His father Omar (37) worked a good job in a textile, but in 2013 militants began bombing the village. The family relocated to another
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Shahed (21) fled her home in Aleppo, Syria when she was pregnant with her son Mohamed (2) in 2015. Mohamed was born partially paralyzed and suffers from seizures due to a surgery. The war has made it difficult for Shahed to get proper medicine and treatment for Mohamed in Syria, so she fled with her
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Dalal (28) with her mother Mariam (64) and her niece Ghazyeh (7) outside their tent in Lebanon. Dalal lived a peaceful life with her family in Al Jnenah, Syria until one day while out of town working a harvest, received news that her home was destroyed by a bomb. Her brother Yasser died in the
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Riad (61) earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and worked for the Syrian defense ministry for 15 years before starting his own company. But when conflict broke out, Riad’s life was greatly affected. Many of his family members were killed and Riad himself was captured and tortured several times by extremists. This caused him
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