The teenager has collected a collection of selfi on the background of the war
A teenager from Eastern Guta, captured by the rebels, describes social networks in the everyday lives of children in Syria in the civil war. It is reported Dazed.
Muhammad Nye, who for 15 years, puts personal notes and video from December 2017. He writes on Twitter about destructions and victims in the shelling of friends. Nye also asked local children to tell about the horrors that they must endure from day to day.
I’m like any kid in al-Ghouta. Instead of going to school, I go to buy some wood for my mother to cook our lunch. I hope the war ends and we can all go back to school. ?? ♂app#saveghouta pic.twitter.com/pndjdeQbD7
— muhammad najem (@muhammadnajem20) February 13, 2018
“I’m the same as any child in ghouta. Instead of going to school, I buy wood, so that mother could cook us lunch. I hope the war will soon end and we will again be able to go back to school,” writes the teenager.
Hello Amirecan people
We are people of Eastern Gouta
The world is watching us die of hunger and bombing
Look at this destruction
This is similar to Europe before 80 years ago
But We live today in twenty first century #Help us and donot be like the rest of the world pic.twitter.com/EGi3FjQn4u
— muhammad najem (@muhammadnajem20) 26 Feb 2018
In his video blog Muhammad calls for peace: “Everyone forgot about us. They just watched how we die from starvation and bombing. Just look at these ruins… We live in the 21st century. Help us not be indifferent like the rest of the world.”
According to CNN, Eastern ghouta, which is located in the vicinity of Damascus, is experiencing the most difficult period over the last seven years of the Syrian conflict. More than 560 people, 216 of them children, were killed in the shelling.