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A 15-year-old Syrian Boy Is Documenting Massacre In Ghouta; His Videos And Photos Are Painful

Himanshu Kapoor | Last Modified - Mar 05, 2018, 04:26 PM IST

This is what he wants the world to see
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    Many youngsters of Muhammad Najem’s age, which is 15, are active social media users for one common interest — posting selfies. Najem does the same but what his pictures show is the grim reality of his country, Syria.

    Documenting the death and devastation in Eastern Ghouta, Najem wants the world to take notice of his city and country ravaged by a seven-year Syrian conflict between President Bashar Al-Assad and multiple rebel groups.

    Najem clings onto life being a resident of Eastern Ghouta, a city besieged by one of the bloodiest bombings since the civil war that began in 2011.

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    Many youngsters of Muhammad Najem’s age, which is 15, are active social media users for one common interest — posting selfies. Najem does the same but what his pictures show is the grim reality of his country, Syria.

    Documenting the death and devastation in Eastern Ghouta, Najem wants the world to take notice of his city and country ravaged by a seven-year Syrian conflict between President Bashar Al-Assad and multiple rebel groups.

    Najem clings onto life being a resident of Eastern Ghouta, a city besieged by one of the bloodiest bombings since the civil war that began in 2011.

  • +4 See more slides

    Many youngsters of Muhammad Najem’s age, which is 15, are active social media users for one common interest — posting selfies. Najem does the same but what his pictures show is the grim reality of his country, Syria.

    Documenting the death and devastation in Eastern Ghouta, Najem wants the world to take notice of his city and country ravaged by a seven-year Syrian conflict between President Bashar Al-Assad and multiple rebel groups.

    Najem clings onto life being a resident of Eastern Ghouta, a city besieged by one of the bloodiest bombings since the civil war that began in 2011.

  • +4 See more slides

    Many youngsters of Muhammad Najem’s age, which is 15, are active social media users for one common interest — posting selfies. Najem does the same but what his pictures show is the grim reality of his country, Syria.

    Documenting the death and devastation in Eastern Ghouta, Najem wants the world to take notice of his city and country ravaged by a seven-year Syrian conflict between President Bashar Al-Assad and multiple rebel groups.

    Najem clings onto life being a resident of Eastern Ghouta, a city besieged by one of the bloodiest bombings since the civil war that began in 2011.

  • +4 See more slides

    Many youngsters of Muhammad Najem’s age, which is 15, are active social media users for one common interest — posting selfies. Najem does the same but what his pictures show is the grim reality of his country, Syria.

    Documenting the death and devastation in Eastern Ghouta, Najem wants the world to take notice of his city and country ravaged by a seven-year Syrian conflict between President Bashar Al-Assad and multiple rebel groups.

    Najem clings onto life being a resident of Eastern Ghouta, a city besieged by one of the bloodiest bombings since the civil war that began in 2011.

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