Hamidi Sa’ud al-Nusair, a resident of Jib Shair, northwest of Raqqa, the father of four disabled children. Three girls and a boy, Saji, Fatima, Zeinab and Muhammad, were earning a living from a small grocery store in the village.
And when the ISIS rule their areas, they closed his modest cap and confiscated everything on the pretext that what he sells to the village women.
He became puzzled by the fact that he was the sole source of his livelihood and when the liberation campaign of the village was reached, he fled to the areas controlled by Syrian Democratic Forces.
Now, after the liberation of his village, he returned to his home, but he is confused. Living and earning a living becomes difficult, relying on helping relatives and good people cover his needs. The most complex and bitter thing is his children with quadruple paralysis. Children need special operations to get rid of Their genetic disease.
Al-Nusair called on Civil Council of Raqqa and international and local humanitarian organizations to help their families and help them treat their children and support them as young and paralyzed.