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Sadness Permeates

13 June, 2017 Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation visited Harsham Refugee Camp and met 9-year- old Abdullah Yasin Muhammed. He has three sisters and three brothers. Abdullah tells us they left Mosul because of ISIS and his home is still not liberated.

They can’t go home because of ISIS and they don’t want to stay here, but here is all they have. They left Mosul with only the clothes they were wearing and have been here for 3 years.

Abdullah says he had a good life in Mosul, his parents were going to work and he and his siblings went to school. There was no fear, no restrictions.

ISIS changed their lives and they are not living a good life. They need more food and he asks for some more humanitarian aid so they can live better, “please”, he says. The emptiness and sadness permeates his being.

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BHHF story writer

Melusina Sampont spent 30 years in healthcare, 10 years as a hospital CEO in the United States and has also worked internationally in the Middle East. Works as a consultant for Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.

Melusina Sampont

BHHF story writer

Melusina Sampont spent 30 years in healthcare, 10 years as a hospital CEO in the United States and has also worked internationally in the Middle East. Works as a consultant for Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.

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The people BringHope helps are just like you, but unlike you they have lost everything
and now live in camps with shattered homes and dreams.
So you can now do to others what you want them to do to you.