The Syrian Civil War has lasted for four years with no signs of ending. This ongoing conflict has killed countless people and caused major refugee crisis to the European countries. For the rest Syrians who remain in the country, their lives are filled with endless difficulties and sorrows. In the programme, the crew goes to Syria to look into its latest situation under the war.
Our journalist arrives in the capital of Syria, Damascus to witness the destructions caused to this historical city from the war. Subsequently, our journalist goes to Homs, the “capital of the revolution” to track the traces of the battles between rebels and government forces. Our journalist also takes a look into the reconstruction of the city after it was taken control by the Syrian government.
The Umayyad Mosque in Damascus is considered to be the fourth-holiest place in Islam. Follow our journalist as he walks in to the Umayyad Mosque to experience how religion is providing comfort to the Syrian people. Meanwhile, our journalist talks with students who successfully escaped from extremist militant groups to learn about their struggles to get education.