Muhammad Najem

The last time I touched a pen or notebook was 4 years ago

The last time I touched a pen or notebook was 4 years ago

Muhammad shares his story of survival and hopes in the midst of the Assad regime & Russia’s ongoing war. The war in Syria has taken so much from him, including his right to education.

Muhammad’s story highlights the devastating impact that war can have on individuals and communities. Russia and the Syrian regime in Syria have caused widespread destruction and loss of life and have also disrupted access to basic services such as education. Many Syrians have been forced to flee their homes and communities, leaving behind their possessions and livelihoods. Despite the challenges he has faced, Muhammad’s statement of survival and hope is a reminder of the resilience and determination of the Syrian people.

The Syrian Civil War, which began in 2011, has resulted in one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time. Millions of Syrians have been displaced, and the conflict has taken a staggering toll on the country’s infrastructure, economy, and social fabric. Access to education has been severely impacted, with schools and universities destroyed or used as shelters, and many teachers and students forced to flee. The war has also made it difficult for many Syrians to access basic necessities such as food and medical care.

Despite the dire situation, many Syrians have demonstrated remarkable resilience and determination to survive and rebuild their lives. Organizations and individuals have been working tirelessly to provide humanitarian aid and support to those affected

However, the war is still ongoing and the humanitarian situation remains dire. The United Nations has reported that 13.4 million Syrians are in need of humanitarian assistance, including 5.6 million children.

Muhammad’s story is just one of many that illustrate the human in Syria

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