#StandWithAleppo: If the siege is broken, what is the first thing that you would do?
here is a conversation between the teacher (t) and a boy (b)
t:Hello my son
t: What’s your name?
b: Bashar Qurabi
t: What are you doing now, bashar?
b:We have an English lesson
t: Where are we now?
b: In besieged Aleppo
t: How is the situation in school in besieged Aleppo?
b: There are no notebooks, pens, or books
t: Can’t you buy these things from a bookstore?
b: No, they are not available
t: What else?
b: There are warplanes that they strike every now and then.. so we move to the basement… which so dark… how can we study there?
t: There is no electricity?
t:What about your life out of school?
b: There is no food.. we can’t go out… we used to go to parks
t: You don’t go to parks now?
b: Because warplanes are in the sky
t: Do you fear warplanes?
t: How do you study and do homework at home?
b: As I told you
t:Do you have electricity or do you use candles?
b:We use candles
t:Do you study at the light of the candle?
t: Do you like the siege to be left?
t: If the siege is broken, what is the first thing that you would do?
b: I want to eat
t: Do you like to eat food?
t: Do you want to go out?
b: yeah, I’d like to go to parks