A amazing story of survival and fortitude has surfaced in the wake of the terrible earthquake that devastated a war-torn Syrian city on February 6. Jinan Sari and Abdul-Fatah, two siblings who are 12 and 9 years old, respectively, beat the odds by enduring 22 hours buried under their fallen home.
Rescue teams put up a lot of effort to find and free the kids from the rubble. In the middle of the confusion, a picture of Jinan covering Abdul-Fatah with her little body gained popularity, signifying their unwavering friendship and commitment to one other’s safety.
Tragically, all five of their siblings and parents perished in the earthquake. But things turn out well for them because they now find comfort and support in their grandmother’s care.
The twins have displayed incredible perseverance in the face of hardship despite being scarred by an unfathomable tragedy. The support and affection of their grandmother have given them courage as they start the drawn-out healing process.
Worldwide sympathy and donations for Jinan and Abdul-Fatah’s future and well-being have poured in as a result of news of their plight. Their story has become a representation of bravery, showing us the strength of the human spirit even in the face of unfathomable sorrow.
The siblings are resolved to honour the memories of their deceased loved ones by working towards a better future as they rebuild their lives. Their experience serves as a moving reminder of the resilience of love and hope in the face of adversity.