This article was translated by Google and R.E.
"Think there I was, in Aleppo. We were at a family home and had tea. They were so friendly. What is happening now is so cruel. ”
My mother, now over 80 years old, was 10 years ago on an exciting theme trip to Syria. Every time she sees pictures flickering across the TV screen from cities like Aleppo and Homs, she gets sad at heart. She shakes her head and wonders if there is an explanation that an ancient civilization is literally turning into ruins and ashes.
How does the situation look for the Syrians themselves? They are several million in exile, most in neighboring countries in the Middle East, and many. . .
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