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Published on Jul 18, 2012

Following the increase in violence, many Syrian families have left their homes to escape from the Syrian army and the Shabiha. To protect their children, Abu Omar, Abu Hamed and Abu Anas had to leave the rebel bastion of Khan Sheikhun, in the province of Idlib, and travel hundreds of kilometers to find refuge in Jebel Shahchabu. Duration: 01:14

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