Angelina Jolie couldn’t avoid getting emotional while she was discussing the conflicts Syrian refugees – especially kids- face in camps. This is the fourth time Jolie visits the refugee camp in Jordan since the confrontation started five years ago.
“There are children here who remember no life other than this harsh, desert environment and barbed wire fences,”
Pointed out Angelina in her role as a special envoy for the UN’s refugee agency.
“There are teens here who bear terrible physical and mental wounds of the conflict—over half of all refugees in Jordan are under 18. My own children are of that age.”
The truth is Jolie, it’s the mother of six kids between the ages of 15 and 8 years old, and she couldn’t help but imagined her own kids suffering through such hardships.
“Like any other parent, it is impossible for me not to imagine what it would be like for my own children in this situation, and it breaks my heart”.
The humanitarian actress has a specific goal of giving the deserved spotlight to the refugee camps, and her focus goes to enlightening the UN General Assembly and starting a dialogue on “the fundamental root causes of the Syria conflict and what it will take to end it”. Jolie signaled that the key for those hurting by the situation relies on, when can they go home?
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