Islam's father says he did not have money to rent safer house
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Islam's father says he did not have money to rent safer house

Islam Mohammed al-Sudair
Orient Net
Date: 2019-09-16 15:51
Assad artillery shells killed a Syrian girl (Islam) in her house in Maaret al-Numan city in Idlib countryside on Friday night (September 13).

For six years, twin sisters Islam and Rahim, had never known a day apart.

Islam was among six civilians killed by Assad shelling in Idlib countryside that day.

Mohammed al-Sudair, 45 years old, Islam’s father told the Macro Media Center (MMC) that he could not go outside his city because he does not own enough money to rent a house in safer areas near the Syrian-Turkish borders.

Mohammed is still living in his home despite severe destruction.



Maarat al-Numan city and several other villages and towns are subjected to daily shelling and bombardment by Assad militiamen despite a ceasefire announced by Russia on the 31st of August.

Assad shelling has forced more than 70% of the civilians to leave their homes in Maarat al-Numan city towards safer areas.

Assad-Russian latest bombing campaign has forcibly displaced hundreds of thousands of civilians from Hama northern countryside and Idlib southern countryside since August.

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