Syrian children do not interrupt their hafiz studies

DIYARBAKIR-The children of Ambar family, who had migrated to Idlib from Aleppo city of Syria and then migrated to Diyarbakir, memorized many parts of Qur'an under bombardment.
DIYARBAKIR-The children of Ambar family, who had migrated to Idlib from Aleppo city of Syria and then migrated to Diyarbakir, memorized many parts of Qur'an under bombardment.

The family, which among 50 thousand refugees who have migrated from Aleppo, is currently living in distress with 19 people in a house with their relatives.

Abdulkadir (13), Ahmet (7) and Fatima Ambar (4), who have hafiz studied in their countries, want to memorize the entire Qur'an by continuing their work in Diyarbakir.

Despite the ongoing civil war in Syria, Abdulkadir Ambar stated that they did not neglect to go to the mosque, "I lived in Aleppo city of Syria, bombs exploded in Syria, bombs were raining, and we were going to the mosque and studying the Qur’an. We were working on the memorizing Qur’an under the bombing."

"We went to İdlib when Aleppo became an unlivable place"

Having said that they are migrating to İdlib because of the increasing attacks in Aleppo, Ambar concluded: "We were working on gasoline and diesel operations in Syria. Syria and Turkiye are great countries. There is nothing left in Aleppo. Bombs were raining in Syria. No bread, no job. When Aleppo became an unlivable place, we went to Idlib. From there we came to Turkiye. We were sitting at home when the bombs were dropping. We were playing ball in the street if there was no bomb."

Ahmet Ambar, who stated that they were kept at home while the bombings continued in Syria. Said that he memorized suras from the Qur'an in the period he was at home.

Fatima Ambar, who continued her education despite the many suffering she had in her country, was found not to lack a smile on her face.

Another Syrian Abdulkadir Ambar, 14 years old, who came 2 years ago from Aleppo, stated that they were trying to help their relatives who migrated to Turkiye.

"My father is unemployed, my uncle is guarding"

Having said that he was trying to provide financial support to the house by selling napkins, Ambar said, "I also came from Syria a long time ago. I was going to the Syrian school and I like to read. I also sell napkins at the same time. I have to sell because of my livelihood. No job, no money. My father is unemployed, my uncle is guarding. 19 people we live in a house."

Abdurrahman (5), Ahmet (8), Yusuf (9), Hamza (8), Ahmet Ambar (7), Abdulkadir Ambar (13), Muhammed (11) and Fatima Ambar (4) are immigrated to Turkiye 10 days ago. Abdulkadir (14), Ahmet (4) and Baraka (2) came to Diyarbakir two years ago which they live with their relatives in the same house. Now 11 children, 8 adults, totally 19 people live in the same house.

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