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[INFORMASI] Suasana Berhari Raya Di Negara Bergolak Syria (11pics)

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Eid al-Fitr in Hama, Syria
Daily life in Hama, Syria.




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Children rejoice after being given toys and candy by the Ansar al-Haq Battalion. Despite the strains of the war, opposition fighters are keen on maintaining strong ties with the civilian population.





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FILE: Children of Kafarzeita, Hama. Their city has been subject to much violence forcing many to flee their homes.





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FILE: Impacted by the ongoing war, children in Syria are more prone to playing with guns and taking on the roles of good guys and bad guys.





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A child watches his friends play in the streets of Hama on the first day of Eid al-Fitr.





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A child stands in the streets of Hama on the second day of Eid al-Fitr.





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A woman visits her son's grave on the first day of Eid al-Fitr.





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A woman visits her martyred son's grave on the first day of Eid al-Fitr.





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The children of Hama's suburbs pose on the first day of Eid al-Fitr.





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Impacted by the ongoing war, children in Syria are more prone to playing with guns and taking on the roles of good guys and bad guys. This photo was taken in Mohammad al-Hamed neighborhood, Hama.





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On the first day of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, children walk through the untended streets of Hama.





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Children partake in Eid al-Fitr celebrations in al-Shaikh Anbar, Hama.





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Daily life in Hama, Syria.

Children in Hama and its suburbs celebrate Eid al-Fitr this year changed by the war that has torn their country apart. Their childhood has been transformed by the revolution that became a war, yet they continue to search for hope, and smile despite all that has befallen them and their country. The three-day holiday began on Thursday, August 8.

Submitted by Lens Young Hamwi Hama, Syria, Middle East
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Post time 11-8-2013 09:27 PM | Show all posts | Share
sedih bila tengok keadaan kat sana
kita kat sini hepi raya
tak hepi bila duit habis
tapi kat sana..budak pun dah main pistol
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Post time 12-8-2013 05:17 PM | Show all posts | Share
Siannya tengok kanak2 disana
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