Eid Al-Fitr is one of the main markers of the Muslim calendar, a day of family joy. This is the eighth Eid Al-Fitr that Syria has spent at war. So “What is it like celebrating Eid in a warzone?
For children in Syria, it means no new clothes and shoes, home cooked meals with family, and gifts. A country caught up in intense bombardments and massacres, Eid has turned into a more subdued celebration. A video made on the simple wishes that the children have on Eid moves the heart.
As much as the video that has gone viral is heart breaking, yet the children of Syria are still alive, they didn’t give up. They run, play and laugh. Their patience and courage is inspiring. It seems that they are the ones who give hope to humanity to carry on and find solution of what can be done for them. Zeba Warsia – NMTV News.