Saturday, December 7, 2013

Syria's Lost Generation

From New Yorker  
For six months earlier this year, the photographer Elena Dorfman covered the Syrian refugee crisis for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, one of the organizations that mobilized to build the Za’atari refugee camp, in Jordan, which David Remnick wrote about in August. Of the millions of Syrians displaced by the civil war, Dorfman was drawn most strongly to the teen-agers. “They seemed particularly shell-shocked and bereft,” she said. “They spoke to me of powerful longing and frustration.” 
In these portraits, Dorfman documents a small fraction of a population disproportionately affected by the war. As Remnick writes of Za’atari, “The dispossession is absolute. Everyone has lost his country, his home, his equilibrium. Most have lost a family member or a close friend to the war.” The same is true for the teen-agers Dorfman photographed in camps in Lebanon and Iraqi Kurdistan. “They all talked about missing out on lives,” she said, “on futures that now seem lost.”
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 This is all unsc 5p responsibilities, their masterpiece execution of its charter "world peace and security"  able to produce millions of refugees and millions of lost generation. If the lost generations  grow up and angry at you and when their  anger points at your very hearts then  you should not blames them but blame yourself only! That is fair, that is more than fair!