“When we think about the injustices of the world the only way we can wrap our heads around why some people were born into a life of safety and comfort and others into a life defined by war and hardship is that those of us in these positions of privilege have been called to act. It’s the beauty of humanity working through us both as individuals and as a collective group. We were blessed to be a blessing.”
-Laurie Hart, Founder/Director Love for Syria
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Um Abdu’s Story
Um Abdu’s brother was tragically shot and killed in the war. When asked of the impact the Syrian war has had on her life, she expresses, “I am choking inside….I’ve lost my father, mother and brother.” She nearly lost one of her daughters on the rough, chaotic trek to Jordan and tears up recounting the …