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This picture is of Atarib of Syria. Here children and youngsters are putting the punch of hope in the ruined buildings to forget the bad memories of the Civil War with their hearts and minds.
The picture is of Atarib of Syria. Here children and youngsters are putting the punch of hope in the ruined buildings to forget the bad memories of the Civil War with their hearts and minds. In fact, Ahmad Dwar, a 31-year-old teacher living in Atarib, has made a boxing ring to buildings damaged in a missile attack. Over 100 children are reaching to learn boxing throughout the day.
Syrian deteriorating conditions do not dominate the minds of children, so it has been started to teach them boxing.
Ahmed says- ‘Syria was once a buzzer. But the civil war destroyed everything. The country started struggling with economic crisis. School-colleges closed. Half of the country’s population became homeless. Since the deteriorating conditions of Syria do not dominate the minds of children, they have started teaching them boxing so that they can forget their bad memories and prepare them for tomorrow. ‘ According to WHO report, over 3.80 lakh lives have been lost in Syria in the last 10 years due to civil war. These include 22 thousand children and 13612 women.