Syrian girls online free cam

25-May-2017 02:04

The photo was prominently shared last week in a tweet by Gaza-based photojournalist Nadia Abu Shaban: The photo has been retweeted on the social network over 17,000 times and favorited more than 7,000.

Normally kids run away, hide their faces or smile when they see a camera.” The photograph was first published in a Turkish newspaper back in January.Four months ago, Fatemah decided she wanted the world to hear her children’s voices and see their faces, hoping that maybe she could galvanize global support for those in Aleppo.Bana — who has two brothers Mohammed, 5, and Noor, 3 — has become an embodiment of the human toll the conflict has had on the children of Syria.Trump is not the first world leader Bana has appealed to for help.Last month she met Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after securing refuge in the country.

Normally kids run away, hide their faces or smile when they see a camera.” The photograph was first published in a Turkish newspaper back in January.Four months ago, Fatemah decided she wanted the world to hear her children’s voices and see their faces, hoping that maybe she could galvanize global support for those in Aleppo.Bana — who has two brothers Mohammed, 5, and Noor, 3 — has become an embodiment of the human toll the conflict has had on the children of Syria.Trump is not the first world leader Bana has appealed to for help.Last month she met Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after securing refuge in the country.In the footage, first broadcast by the official Syrian Arab News Agency, a large plaster covers a cut on her cheek and her beige top is covered in blood.