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‘To Survive, What Choice Do We Have?’ – New Straits Times, Sunday, May 2, 2021

“It took us seven days to arrive here when on average, a trip from our village would only take half an hour.” Zuhur, a widow initially from Homs, told me. In Arsal, January 2019, I met her during an emergency humanitarian mission after Storm Norma hit Lebanon. Located on the mountainous Lebanese border, the freezing …

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Refugee Kids Who Go Without Meals – New Straits Times, Saturday, 10 April 2021

“HOW do they survive?” I asked our Syrian colleague. “They only wait for death,” he replied. I became numb for a while. This conversation occurred two years ago, yet it never fades from my mind.We had just arrived at Zamka Camp in Qabbasin, Al-Bab, Syria, one frosty morning. As our car turned at a junction, …

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A Testament Of Commitment – New Straits Times Monday, March 29, 2021

Making a journey while the Covid-19 outbreak is still a threat to the world is not easy. We had to take various preventive measures because this invisible enemy does not discriminate against its victims. Anyone can be at risk of being infected regardless of age or race. As a requirement, we had to undergo a …

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Kids Going To School In Syria Risk Death – New Straits Times, Wednesday, March 3, 2021

6 years as a full-time humanitarian worker, I have encountered many incidents that don’t fade from my mind. And I am more than willing to share with you readers some of these experiences. One of these incidents was during our trip to Syria in the summer of 2018. It was scorching hot that day as …

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Brutal Winter For Syria’s Refugees – New Straits Times, Saturday, January 16, 2021

It has been slightly over a year since I left Malaysia for our 8th winter humanitarian mission to Syria on the 20th of November 2019. We had a two-day transit in Doha, Qatar, and was most fortunate and grateful that Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi who is one of the most prominent and respected religious scholars in …

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I’ll Never Stop Helping – New Sunday Times Sunday, October 11, 2020

It was mid-November 2018. I was lying on the bed exhausted, still jet-lagged as it had only been two days since we got home from our seventeen-day humanitarian mission to Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon. It was then that I read about the explosion that had happened at a market in Afrin, Syria. I became agitated. …

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Plight of Syria’s Displaced People – New Straits Times Saturday, September 19, 2020

I was clearing up my handphone Gallery last night and came across photos from a humanitarian mission that I lead inside Syria in the winter of 2018. I smiled as my thoughts wandered away to the many fond memories of our journey. Moving around inside Syria is always a bumpy experience. Many vital roads have …

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Winter The Biggest Threat – New Straits Times, Saturday, September 5, 2020

I tossed and turned on the bed that first night in Arsal, Lebanon during our emergency mission there. The extremely cold weather required me to sleep in my winter jacket and the thickest socks that I brought, along with my woolen cap and thick gloves. The blankets we were provided with did nothing to help. …

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