Syria, let it be written

Just a reminder
Syria became home to the refugees who fled the armies of Ibrahim Basha in 1839
Syria became home to the Circassian refugees in 1860
Syria became home to the Armenian refugees in 1914
Syria became home to the Palestinian refugees in 1948
Syria became home once again to Palestinian refugees in 1967
Syria became home to the refugees from Kuwait in 1990
Syria became home to refugees from Lebanon in 1996
Syria became home to the refugees from Iraq in 2003
Syria became home to the refugees from Lebanon in 2006
It will be written in the history books and generations will remember, that Syria never closed its borders for those who fled their homes seeking safety and refuge.
Syria has never asked any Arab for a visa to enter its lands whether it was a visit or permanent stay.
In Syria not a single tent was put up on the borders to accommodate for refugees across the years, houses were opened, streets were vacated and cities were renamed to allow for refugees to feel at home.
Let it be written  (Mohammad Al Toba)

 

Mohammad has documented years of war mentioning each single martyr he has knowledge of.
Every single child, mother, father, family. By name and posting a picture.
Any picture he can get hold of.
Mohammad has never forgotten anyone.

Let it be written: Mohammad carries the weight of all the of the universe in his heart.

photo: O. Laban-Mattel for UNHCR

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