Hind: "We're suffering because all the places around us are targets, a lot of the public buildings in my neighborhood were bombed. We sleep on the floor to be safer, but it has started to hurt me. I've been staying awake for the whole night and sleep too late in the morning.
“I'm afraid of losing my friends, family and relatives. I think about how I can keep them safe and what we will do if things get worse. Where will we go?
The biggest fear is to lose my home, or someone I love, and I hope all of this will end quickly without any loss and I stay safe with my family.
“Even though we are all we are scared and stressed, we try to act normally as much as we can because of the kids. Of course I feel sorry and sad, but I really do my best so my family does not feel that I'm afraid. I try not to cry when I see the people hurt and killed on the news so the kids stay calm.
“But still my sisters don't eat well and sometimes don't eat anything. By now, we don't have enough bread, but thank God we can still buy some food from local markets. Thank God our house has not been hit.“