Our life in the Zaatari refugee camp: no electricity, no space to sleep, no escape – Abu Amar
My family and I have been here for two years now. For my children’s sake, I wish other countries would open their doors to us Syrian refugees
‘Out tent used to leak every time it rained. We either stayed in that tent or took our children to their death.’ Photograph: Khalil Mazraawi/AFP/Getty Images
Read the following Article about our friends in Camp Zaartari – http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/sep/14/life-refugee-camp-syrian-family-jordan-escape
Think about the following things:
- What is most important to Abu Amar, the man telling his story?
- What was it like for Abu and his family when they first arrived at Camp Zaartari?
- With Australia’s immigration borders opening up 12,000 places for Syrian refugees to come to Australia. What do think Abu would like about living here in Australia?