Muhammad Najem

There is no safe place under the sky of Idlib

These children fled their homes and lived in tents, hoping for a safe and bright future free of terror and fear falling from the sky.

It seems that there is no safe land under the skies of Syria. This Syrian family has left and the rest are still struggling for life.

Russian strike on Ahl Sarqeb displacement camp near the village of Al-Hamamah in the western countryside of #Idlib, resulting in a massacre where 5 civilians lost their lives (including 2 infants and 3 women), and 5 others injured, among them a baby and two children.

No parent is prepared for a child’s death. Parents are simply not supposed to outlive their children. It is important to remember that how long your child lived does not determine the size of your loss. The loss of a child is profound at every age.
Parents of young children are intimately involved in their daily lives. Death changes every aspect of family life, often leaving an enormous emptiness.
The death of an older child or adolescent is difficult because children at this age are beginning to reach their potential and become independent individuals.
When an adult child dies, you lose not only a child but often a close friend, a link to grandchildren, and an irreplaceable source of emotional and practical support.
You may find that you also grieve for the hopes and dreams you had for your child, the potential that will never be realized, and the experiences you will never share. If you lost your only child, you may also feel that you have lost your identity as a parent and perhaps the possibility of grandchildren. The pain of these losses will always be a part of you.
the story from today in Syria Idlib


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