Saturday, December 21, 2019

Analysis Of My Grandmother By Mohammed Al Amari

According to UNICEF, â€Å"Over 8,000 have crossed Syria’s borders unaccompanied by adults and 4 million are on the run†. Civilians are trying to escape the ongoing civil war in Syria that began on March 2011. Artists from the public eye or the refugees created art to cover their experience or what they see on the media. In response to Syrian refugees fleeing to other countries, â€Å"the leader is watching† more effective art piece than â€Å"My Grandmother† by Mohammed Al Amari due to the fact that it exemplifies the experience as a civilian in the war and the transition as a refugee. Art allows people to express their emotion in creative manner such as painting, photography, poem, documentary, etc. Art is appreciated when it’s aesthetically pleasing†¦show more content†¦In March 2011, the rebels and government official attacks escalated which resulted in a civil war. In both sides of the conflict, they used acts that violated human rights such as murder, torture, rape, disappearance, and blocking access to basic necessities for survival. According to ABC News, Alisa Weirsema, states that â€Å"Russia supported Assad’s presidency which conflicted U.S. from getting involved since it would have involved allegiance countries. The government continues to use chemical toxins and bombs. U.S. launched an airstrike radical groups such as ISIS. Death has increased exponentially especially in the last two years. Many people see refuge in neighboring countries like Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel. Some decided to go farther to Europe such a s Greece†. UNICEF and countries gave resources and shelter through out the civil even though the resources are limited. Some countries are becoming dreary and created walls to block more Syrian refugee from coming in. Millions of death causalities tolled in from civilian in crossfire, journey to refuge, and health conditions deteriorating. It’s becoming harder to survive in Syria and risky travelling by sea or foot. The first artist, Mohammed Al- Amari, is one of the refugee in Za’atari Camp. According to NPR, Laura Starecheski, asserts that, â€Å"His family stayed in Syria three years into the war but last year they moved to a nearby village. In the village, there was no work, money,

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