Hollywood diva returned home and decided to share with the population own emotions from a trip to camp Syrian and Iraqi refugees. Jolie said that this visit has made an indelible impression on her, and some things just "are deprived of the gift of speech.
Impressed, Angelina Jolie wrote an article about refugees for the newspaper The New York Times. She recalled that in 2007 it 5 times visited Iraq, also never saw such anguish that occur in the country at the moment. "I visited the camp of the Syrian and Iraqi refugees in the city Dahuk, where people fleeing the fighting, which shake the whole region," wrote the actress.
She stressed that military actions that occur in the region, has already destroyed a lot of lives and refugees and displaced persons witnessed incredible ruthlessness. "For many years I attended the camp, and each time, talking with the local population and listened to the narration. I always try my best to support them, but in this trip I was speechless," said Jolie.
"What will you say to the lady, who, with tears in his eyes said that her daughter was in the hands of the Islamists, and she wants to be together with her? Even if it will be torture and beating, she says, it will be much better than to be without your own child," says a Hollywood diva. "Pretty hard to talk with the lady of your same age, who looks you in the eye and says that all her relatives killed during it, and that at the moment she lives 1 in the tent and get the minimum diet" - says the most powerful emotions Jolie.
Additionally, the actress said that the most difficult to talk to children on a level with adults experiencing all these steps. "What do you say 13-year-old girl, which describes how during the attack, she and other children were raped by militants, and her brother, who saw it, it broke down and committed suicide," writes in his article the actress.
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