Bana Alabed visits Abdulbasit in Hospital
The voice of Aleppo Bana Alabed has visited Syrian boy Abdulbasit in the hospital where he is under treatment in Hatay.
18.02.2017

10 years old Syrian boy Abdulbasit who has lost his legs in a bombardment two days ago in Idlib, was brought to Turkey by IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation for treatment. Bana Alabed visited Abdulbasit in hospital today and shared her feelings with people on a video on her twitter account.
Syrian regime and its allies continue its cruelty on Idlib. 10 years old Abdulbasit lost his legs due to a regime bombardment on Thursday in Idlib countryside and brought to Turkey by IHH for treatment.
Not only Abdulbasit lost his legs on thursday, but also his mother and sister in the bombardment. In addition, his other two sisters are suffer from health problems.

Abdulbasit’s father who survived from the bombardment without an injury was brought with the remaining members of the family to Bab al-Hawa Logistics Center of IHH firstly. He stated that he cannot get any information from his other daughter who is pregnant.

Abdulbasit said that they heard a helicopter sound while the family was at lunch table. His father told them to hide in the kitchen and suddenly the bomb hit their house. His mother and 3 years old sister were martyred in the same time apart from the injuries from their relatives.

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