Our Own Way: Music Video for Syrian Refugees in Amman Jordan
The determinants which propelled the creation of this plucky music video lay in the lack of awareness of the public via the dearth of transparency in the media, toward the suffering of these innocent humans whom are stigmatized with the word, refugee. The preceding word, ‘refugee,’ tacitly implies via its frequent usage, that these guiltless victims of war have lost a bit of the legitimacy and worth toward their own humanity, by being conglomerated into such categorical tautology. A plethora of videos, the majority, upon Syrian victims – I prefer to employ the word victim- in Jordan, are not on the teeming 4 out of 5 Syrian victims residing outside of the main camps in Jordan, who are without the basic succor and life replenishing services provided within the camps. This video however, is a bugle call with key notes from the voices of the majority outside the camps, that are coerced to patiently endure conditions of penury no conscious parent would willingly accept for their own precious children, and no rational and kind human heart would nod at for any human.
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