Little Ahmet who Sacrificed Himself for his Siblings to Read is Making a Living by Breaking Wood

13-year-old Ahmet Amero, who was displaced by the attacks of the Bashar Assad regime and its supporters in Syria, is living in an old tent with his 6 siblings and his parents, while he chops wood to educate his brothers and to support his family.


Little Ahmet, who sacrificed himself for his siblings to read, is making a living by breaking wood


The Amero family of 9 people, who escaped from the regime's attacks on Idlib and took shelter in a tent in Turkmendag─▒ in the province of Latakia, struggles to hold on to life in financial difficulties. 13-year-old Ahmet collects and chops wood in the forest to make a living for his family and to ensure that his brothers can continue their education.


WE ARE GOING TO BREAK WOOD WITH MY SICK FATHER


Ahmet Amero told AA correspondent, "We go to break wood with my sick father every day so that my brothers and sisters continue their education. I wish I could read it too. But our situation does not allow it." said.


MY ONLY WANT TO READ MY BROTHERS


Stating that his mother also had health problems, Amero said, "We are 7 siblings. We live in a tent. Water flows in during the winter season. My only wish is for my brothers to read." He spoke in the form.


THEY HAVE STAYED IN THE SAME TENT FOR FOUR YEARS


Ahmet's father, Ebu Muhammed, also stated that they had to leave their homes 5 years ago and said, "We have run out of money. We live in a tent. The winter season has come. The conditions are worse in winter. The tents are rotten. We have been in the same tents for 4 years. The weather is very bad. Warm-up. we have nothing to do. " used the expressions.


SITUATION IN IDLIB


Turkey, Russia and held in Astana meeting 4-5 May 2017 in Iran, Idlib and neighboring provinces (Latakia, Hama and Aleppo provinces) in some regions, hummus north of the provincial capital, the southern region of the country with the Eastern Guta in Damascus (Deraa and Kuneytr to provinces), 4 "de-escalation zones" were created. However, the regime and Iran-backed terrorists, with the air support of Russia, captured 3 of the 4 regions and headed towards Idlib. Turkey, Sochi in September 2018 to strengthen the cease-fire agreement with Russia had additional.

Russia and regime forces began operations to seize the entire region in May 2019 and captured several large settlements within the Idlib De-Tension Zone. Finally, in Moscow on March 5 between Turkey and Russia, it has provided a new agreement. The ceasefire, which the regime forces occasionally violated, is largely protected. 2017-2020 period, nearly 2 million civilians were forced to migrate to regions close to the border with Turkey in attacks by regime forces and Russia.


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