Victims of war are given prosthetic limbs
In neighboring countries, there are many people whose limbs were damaged or who are forced to continue life with disabilities. In the Syrian war alone, 2.8 million people suffered physical disabilities. Adding this to the numbers disabled in Iraq and Palestine, this figure exceeds 4 million.
Escape From Masscare
Over 5.000 vehicles and 40.000 people drove in “Open the Way to Aleppo” convoy which was initiated after IHH’s call to open a humanitarian safe passage out of Aleppo for civilians.
They Try to Survive By Eating Ears
Thousands of people live in squalor in refugee camps set up in Chad. Women dry out animals’ ear, bone and skin that were disposed of and try to make meal out of them.
Land of churches with no goers: Macedonia
On the way to Sllupcan Cemetery he asked with his rusty Turkish: "Is it better tol ive in the palace or in the prison?" Although I thought what kind of question is that I have noticed that there would be a wisdom behind it and replied as ‘of course palace’.
I am far away from home. Perhaps I am writing these as I mover over paddy fields, or over one of these roads where we left our souls. Don’t mind about the distances, or the fact that you are speaking different languages. Only remember this: we are brothers.