A Night in Kobani by Abdulslam Mohammad Khanjar, Syria

On September 14, 2014, the Siege of Kobani by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) was underway. Already, the people from the villages near Kobani were leaving and moving toward the Turkish Border. Eight-year-old Jwan had gone with his cousin, 10-year-old Jan, to play in the nearby play yard. Back at home, the … Continue reading A Night in Kobani by Abdulslam Mohammad Khanjar, Syria

How to Ease the Suffering of Syrian Refugees by Bochra Ben Hadj Yahia from Tunisia, illustrations by Soumia Belhamel from Algeria

Syrian refugees are not lucky. Even though Syria has about five neighboring countries, all countries are in a crisis, especially the Arab countries. I really feel very bad when I see on the news civilian corpses. It is wrong and what hurts the most is that no Arab country tried to give a hand – … Continue reading How to Ease the Suffering of Syrian Refugees by Bochra Ben Hadj Yahia from Tunisia, illustrations by Soumia Belhamel from Algeria