News from the camp, following up Syrians involved in “la classe”
Just got some pictures from the camp I would like to share with you. Winter hasn’t even started yet, the winter what supposed to be a time for comfort, for good food and warmth, time for a touch of a friendly hand and talks beside a fireplace, time for home… HOME a place nowadays denied to many. What goes around, comes around, life gives and life takes away; I just want to remind, that what is happening to the Syrian people can happen to every one of us, because evil exist and exist everywhere.
the people who live in this camp are mostly from Deir Ez Zor, a city and its rural surrounding is a fertile and prosperous farming area and it’s also the center for the country’s petroleum extraction industry. Deir Ez Zor is unfortunately since December 2014 under ISIL control. The Syrian we met from Deir Ez Zor are highly educated, with high Academic degrees. what a humiliation seeing themselves living this life and suffering under a conflict they didn’t ask for!