- Posted July 22, 2012 by
Month of Refugies
The Month of Ramadan which began on Friday in most of the Arab world, begins on Saturday in Iraq and Syria because of the sectarian differences between Muslims. Thousands of Iraqi refugies decided to go back to their own country over the past two days because of the bad conditions that Syria whitnessed although Iraq is not safer as many of them think.
They are feared to be increasing targets of violence in Syria after the discovery of an Iraqi refugee family of seven shot dead in their Damascus apartment, the U.N. refugee agency said Friday
Ramadan represents a time for good deeds and charity between Muslims, but the situation is different for the Iraqi refugies because the local market in Baghdad has been changed due to the holly month of Ramadan and the larg amount of shopping.
They will have the hardest month ever, they had some " close- to- achieved" dreams in Syria, every thing has been vanished now. Most of them have left every thing they had in Syria just like what they did previously whene escaping from Baghdad during the sectarian conflict in Iraq. They will have to start thier life style again, under the hard circumstances and the lack of job opportunities.