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How the war in Syria turned Belarusians into a prosperous life

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The Belarusian Svetlana, together with three children and a cat, Fenechka, flew out of Syria at the most dangerous moment. The fighting in Aleppo, where she lived with her children and her husband, a citizen of Syria, carried in her ever greater danger to life. “It was especially dangerous for people from the CIS to live. One woman told me how the seller himself said in the store:“ If I saw at least one Russian on the road, I would have killed her personally, ”Svetlana recalls. - We should have left before, but we missed all the planes. Due to difficult birth, I suffered 7 operations and was dying. Then the embassy demanded such documents that were difficult to collect, because the various authorities where they sent us were already bombed or closed. "


Only after he recovered and received all the documents, Svetlana's husband urgently sent her to Belarus - in October, 2012. In Minsk, in a rented apartment, she now lives with her children and mother. Waiting for her husband, who is still unable to leave Syria for Minsk, because the invitation sent by Svetlana to the embassy by fax was not enough. "Required the original." “I have already found people who are flying to Syria in early March and will try to convey the original invitation. It turned out that he could not come to Belarus without him,” Svetlana told TUT.BY. But about everything in order.

"To give birth during a war ... How could I ever imagine that?"

How the war in Syria turned Belarusians into a prosperous life


Svetlana left for Syria 16 years ago. She got married, she says, very well. Always lived in abundance. “The children had everything they wanted. No wonder. Syria is a civilization, although many people think otherwise. My husband had a good business, we lived in a spacious 7-room apartment,” she says.

“It was already possible to leave 2012 by the summer. Then there was the first strong explosion in the city, near the building of the local KGB. Our house is the second from this building. The house is very durable. The windows are covered with iron shade from the inside, and we always downstairs. Behind him - double-glazed windows. It was around 9 in the morning, we slept, our son was heading to the window, and I was heading to the door. My husband's brother just drove away from the house and in a split second a small Suzuki, crammed with explosives, with a kamikaze inside, and everything explodes. bshche, the explosion was as if double. The first one was just a sound, a bang, and the second one was concrete, after a few seconds I woke up from the first bang, open my eyes and see how this iron lamp shade rolls on the force of the bang, the windows open on you. It feels like the house is falling. I grabbed the child. At this point, the second explosion occurred, and the beam fell right on the place where his head was lying. At this time, children, many of them, were walking in the park, behind the KGB building. perished. "

After that, Svetlana recalls, in the city, “terrorist attacks for terrorist attacks began.” “There were torn corpses on the roads, journalists running around with cameras. Passersby simply lifted a piece of foot or arm and pointed to the camera what was happening in the country.” Svetlana was then pregnant and, she said, this stress provoked preterm labor.

“To give birth during the war, how could I ever imagine it? During that time I changed three hospitals. I had to leave the first one because the militants occupied it. They can calmly go straight to the house of a person and say: we will live with you ". If you don’t like it, you pack up and leave. Those who don’t have where to move can stay, but it’s impossible to live with the militants. The regular army, when they found out where they had settled, just dropped the bomb on the house and died all: both militants and civilians. Not everyone wanted to risk it and therefore did not We went to live on the street. I remember that my husband collected some of our unnecessary things and gave them to the poor. "



Svetlana with little Leo after giving birth


According to the woman, "every day on the streets it became more and more dangerous." “True, someone still continues to go to cafes, shops, and thinks that it’s about to end. People really hope. But many people generally don’t leave the house. You’re coming right in the afternoon, and a shootout can begin. We somehow we decided to go to the supermarket, it’s a little on the outskirts, and we went right behind the chain tanks- recalls the woman. - In general, the regular army does not touch anyone, often the militants do not touch anyone. They just watch - both one and the other side. If you are violently for the president or, for example, against, then they can kill right on the street. "



Abdul Hafiz shows the bullet he found on the balcony of his house


“We didn’t stay in the first hospital for long. Soon, all the children were quickly collected and transferred to another hospital, even our things were forgotten. My Leo was still on a drip.” Then Svetlana herself was no longer sure that she would survive. “I was dying, I lost 30% of blood. I was unsuccessful with a caesarean, my bladder was torn. After that, I immediately had 3 operations, weighed catheters from which I regularly had to drain. I couldn’t go to Belarus at that time” .

"To make a number of documents, you need to travel to instances that are either in another city, or they were bombed, or they closed"

Soon, Svetlana appealed to the Belarusian embassy in Syria. "The embassy said that everything seems to be simple:" You prepare all the documents, come to us, and we will help you fly out, find a place on the plane, - says Svetlana. - To make a number of documents, you need to travel to instances that are either in another city, or they were bombed, or they closed. And then the documents still need to be taken from Aleppo to Damascus, where the embassy is located. It is almost 5 hours on the car. And how is that? In a country of war, any movement can be dangerous. It seemed to me that it was enough just to pack up my belongings, state who we were and just leave. What documents are checked in such situations? It was very unexpected for us. "

According to Svetlana, in order to transfer the already prepared documents to the embassy, ​​her husband found a man. “We found a driver who agreed to transport our documents. But the embassy said:“ No, come by yourself. ”After the operation, I cannot go on this road. They say -“ send the children at least. ”How can I let the children go? - Svetlana says emotionally. "Well, they said, let your husband come. And if they kill him on the way? What will I do alone, sick, with three children?"





Svetlana (right) with her friend


Svetlana believes that it is this “bureaucracy” that still does not allow many to leave the country of hostilities. "It happens that people really have no opportunity to come. There are girls who live in poor areas, in poor cities. There are few Belarusians in Syria, but one woman, I think, from Belarus, with five children is still there, because he can leave without the necessary documents. My husband looked at it and said that he had to rely only on himself. Besides, the plane that the embassy offers is not known when it will be, whether there will be a place, and whether we can safely get to Damascus that day , and from there to the airport. Therefore, as soon as the documents were in hand, my husband bought us tickets and we urgently left. "

Syrian cat Banechke made two passports and allowed to fly ... in the cockpit!

In parallel, documents were made on the cat Fenechku - the best friend of the family. “Do not leave him there,” says Svetlana. “I had Fenichka and my passport. But to go outside Syria, you also had to do international, and for that you needed to get a certificate. Fortunately, our vet quickly did it.”





Two Passport Baubles




Without this help, the cat could not go outside of Syria




The cage in which the cat was "evacuated"






Abdul Hafiz, son of Svetlana, and Fenichka


“We flew by Damascus-Moscow plane. To get to the airport, you need to pass several checkpoints — both the regular army and the opposition. We drove 4 to such points. They look at everyone who's in the car. If they see that the family is not they touch it, but after that the most dangerous road begins - to the airport. There are deserted, bombed houses. Snipers sit on every road. You must go very carefully, you can't even raise your hand, because they may not perceive it and start shelling, ”Svetlana recalls. - At the airport we had to get poppy imum to 5 6 evening after and before the morning -. the most dangerous time. "

“Our flight was delayed. At that time, no aircraft flew through Turkey. They promised to shoot down. Therefore, we waited for a corridor that any of the neighboring countries would give us: Jordan or Iran,” Svetlana continues. “We are very tired. My husband took us a rest room, we were able to rest a bit there, I fed the baby. They let the cat go for a walk because the cage was not the same size. The problem was where to put the cat on the plane. In the luggage compartment he would die. But the husband paid someone, and put the cage right in the cockpit. He I stole it all out, not even shat nowhere else for the entire duration of the journey. "





Belarusian reality

In Belarus, the family is almost adapted. 10-year-old Abdul Hafiz, or Abudi, as the guys started calling him at school, made some friends, plays football in the BATE youth team, goes to gymnastics training. Abudi told us that he wants to go back to Syria, and now his main dream is to download World of tanks to a computer. "In Syria, I often played it, but not here yet," he sighs. Today, his favorite subject in school is Russian literature, he admits. “Especially Afanasy Afanasyevich Fet!” The boy says enthusiastically and begins to read his poems by heart. “And in Syria I liked mathematics.” Aisha told that in Syria she loved to play the piano, and in Belarus she has no such opportunity yet. “Even in Belarus, I was looking for a ballet school for her, but we can’t financially draw either a piano class or a ballet class,” says Svetlana.

Interestingly, back in October, the children owned only spoken Russian. They could neither read nor write. “At school, the director offered to go on paid courses. For a month they were very well pulled up, Abudi now teaches poetry for 15 minutes,” says Svetlana. “True, for some reason they didn’t want to take classes to classes. Like, they don’t read they write in Russian, it will be impossible for them to study. They said that they first had to take paid Russian courses. Although the courses were courses, they had to be put in classes right away, as I was later explained in the Ministry of Education. "

By the way, paid courses were not cheap. On the day Svetlana spent 170 thousand rubles (20 dollars) per child. Classes lasted for a month. She gave the girl Aishu to a private Russian language school - for 330 euros per month. "As time went on, I began to worry that children were not in classes. And the Ministry of Education called just to find out what rights children have and what responsibilities the school has. I don’t know anything here anymore. The woman from the ministry apparently thought that we complaining, I immediately called the principal to the school and asked why the children were not studying. As a result, the principal took it in bayonets and told me: since you did not wait a bit, then I will be with you "according to the law": we will test the children and put them in classes not by age, but by the level of knowledge of Russian. And why do we need this? Would you take Aisha, for example, they put the fifth class instead of the eighth. She studied well in Syria, and only because she does not know Russian, will she be sent to the little ones? "

“In Syria, the children checked the nails, clothes, shoes, hair before classes, then they lined up and sang the hymn,” Svetlana immediately recalls the Syrian way of life. “Each child was very carefully treated, after each lesson the teacher checked, it was written Do homework in a diary. " Children with their mother remember with pleasure their school in Aleppo. True, it is worth noting that there they studied in a private school. Every year they were given certificates, each year a kind of "graduation" was held - as in American universities.





Certificates in schools of Syria issue with a portrait of the president




“In Belarus, the first month didn’t pay any attention to Abudi at all. He came from school and asked what you were doing, saying:“ I’m just sitting there. ”The diary was empty, no one checked his notebook. I couldn’t even explain to him I didn’t know what they were going through. I was surprised at this. The teacher sees that the child is new, can not understand much, and ignored him. I had to call the Ministry of Education again, and only after that my child was noticed, they began to ask, explain Aisha turned out to be very good, he has helped her to this day is adapted. "

Today, Svetlana, 13-year-old Aisha, 10-year-old Abdul Hafiz and 6-month-old Leo Mohammed are in a difficult situation. Since the post office in Syria began to work poorly, Svetlana’s husband can no longer regularly send money to them and has to survive on her grandmother’s pension and the help of loved ones. Our heroine has already become a queue for housing, because, according to forecasts, the nearest 4-5 years to return to Syria is impossible. Svetlana looks into the future with apprehension: "Now I still have to undergo treatment, because childbirth has seriously undermined my health. We still pay for the apartment with the rest of the money. But we cannot pay utility money, we took a loan for 5 million rubles (550 dollars) in the bank. And if something happens to my husband, I don’t know how we will live. I was a housewife for 16 years. "

If you want to help the Svetlana family with something, contact the editors of TUT.BY (To call from Russia to Belarus from the landline phone 8-10-375-017-239-57-77) and ask Ekaterina Sinyuk. The family will be glad to any help.
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  1. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 27 February 2013 05: 40
    -4
    16 years old housewife, children in Russian did not learn to speak. Is it even strange that the husband forbade?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 27 February 2013 05: 56
      +2
      Quote: vladsolo56
      16 years old housewife, children in Russian did not learn to speak. Is it even strange that the husband forbade?

      Yes, you see, many wives do not work with children there. This is one tragedy, one family. If it is very interesting there is a phone number, take a call and ask what and how.
      1. Vanek
        Vanek 27 February 2013 06: 07
        +9
        Quote: vladsolo56
        children did not learn to speak Russian


        And I’m a fool rejoicing that everyone is alive. And here it is that it turns out that a child who does not speak Russian is worse than alive.

        Maybe he’s also in the mine?
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 27 February 2013 06: 19
          +3
          Quote: Vanek
          And I’m a fool rejoicing that everyone is alive.

          Hello Ivan! Everyone sees what he wants to see. hi
          1. Vanek
            Vanek 27 February 2013 06: 24
            +2
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Hello Ivan!


            And good day to you. hi

            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Everyone sees


            How many people are so many and ...................
        2. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 27 February 2013 07: 51
          +2
          Do you have a complex? where is that mine? yes alive and that’s good, but you shouldn’t forget your homeland.
          1. Funker1981
            Funker1981 27 February 2013 09: 41
            +5
            Quote: vladsolo56
            only you shouldn’t forget your homeland


            Homeland is more for men, and a woman, she is married ... Categories of thinking are different and areas of interest.
          2. Vanek
            Vanek 27 February 2013 09: 52
            +1
            Quote: vladsolo56
            where is that mine?

            If I’m not mistaken, you, if not every day, then after a day mention the mine.
            1. vladsolo56
              vladsolo56 27 February 2013 10: 51
              0
              You just wedge, I'm sorry for you,
          3. Papakiko
            Papakiko 27 February 2013 10: 57
            +2
            Quote: vladsolo56
            only you shouldn’t forget your homeland

            So the "homeland" is where the ass is warm.
            And women are the clearest example of this.
            They leave, are sold to be married to distant countries, and they themselves forget their native language and do not teach children. And sometimes in life everything changes dramatically and comes the reckoning for the renunciation of the "roots" and as a result the "tree" has withered.
      2. vladsolo56
        vladsolo56 27 February 2013 07: 49
        +4
        Yes, nothing to me, only now when I pressed where I came. and while everything was perfect, I forgot everything connected with my homeland.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 27 February 2013 07: 56
          +1
          Quote: vladsolo56
          Yes, nothing to me, only now when I pressed where I came. and while everything was perfect, I forgot everything connected with my homeland

          Eco. How easy is it to judge and draw conclusions? Do you personally know her to say that she forgot her homeland? She hasn’t begun to live, and you are sitting here — you forgot your homeland
          1. vladsolo56
            vladsolo56 27 February 2013 08: 18
            +4
            and you would ask how many families in Russia live in about the same way, or that PR is better here.
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 27 February 2013 08: 25
              +2
              Quote: vladsolo56
              and you would ask how many families in Russia live in about the same way, or that PR is better here.

              I’m afraid that it’s very difficult to explain to you. And the question is whether you need it request
              1. klimpopov
                klimpopov 27 February 2013 09: 07
                +5
                Homeland, then she and the Motherland, in order to understand and forgive. Although in this case it’s easy to understand. Nevertheless, the children in school, everyone is alive (praise the Lord) live. That is what we and people would help. How many of these were and are those who from the Union republics were assassinated and still the stomach is not clear how ...
                1. klimpopov
                  klimpopov 27 February 2013 09: 48
                  +4
                  And yes, I forgot. That's what the cat did not leave it well done! I love these shaggy reptiles)))
                  1. Vanek
                    Vanek 27 February 2013 09: 53
                    +2
                    Quote: klimpopov
                    And yes, I forgot. That's what the cat did not leave it well done! I love these shaggy reptiles)))


                    Klim hi

                    Homeland, then she and the Motherland, in order to understand and forgive.

                    Motherland calls motherland. Not for nothing. And mother she will understand and forgive.
                    1. klimpopov
                      klimpopov 27 February 2013 09: 59
                      +1
                      Hello hello!
                      You can only be happy for a girl (everyone is alive and even a cat, and the children want to cut into tanks, although this is somehow ...). Well, the financial situation, hmm ... it is that ... well, you understand ...
                      1. Vanek
                        Vanek 27 February 2013 10: 08
                        +2
                        Quote: klimpopov
                        Well, the financial situation,


                        When it comes to children, material problems are on the side. I went to work now and listened on the radio. In Leninsky, I don’t remember the street, the tenants found a one-year-old child in a sled sitting in the entrance. And mother, apparently changed her mind, she came to the police herself. It was justified, they say, material problems.

                        It's about children, and no excuses roll.

                        Quote: klimpopov
                        it is what.


                        Swam, we know.
    2. Renat
      Renat 27 February 2013 05: 57
      +1
      Now there is an opportunity to fix it.
    3. andrejwz
      andrejwz 27 February 2013 06: 07
      +4
      Quote: vladsolo56
      16 years old housewife, children in Russian did not learn to speak. Is it even strange that the husband forbade?

      Everything is simple. Married a Syrian, Syrian children. Syria civilization. And in the homeland, it’s not a helping hand that weakened, but should, we owe it even more.
    4. Ivan Tarasov
      Ivan Tarasov 27 February 2013 06: 40
      +2
      Probably, at one time she decided to break with her homeland forever.
    5. Varies
      Varies 27 February 2013 18: 55
      +1
      Interestingly, back in October, the children spoke only spoken Russian.

      do you even learn to read.
  2. Fox
    Fox 27 February 2013 07: 24
    +8
    but I don’t believe these snot ... my ancestors are peasants who haven’t evacuated anywhere from the war. Fought. Who doesn’t give her husband weapons?! And about my ignorance of Russian, my mother is good. My comrade is half Tatar (by mother), but Russian and Tatar are his native languages. Therefore, I agree with Ivan Tarasov: I left forever where the ass is warmer ... and now, at least get out of the way ... but this is MY opinion.
    1. OTAKE
      OTAKE 27 February 2013 08: 52
      -1
      Fox,
      Sorry, but you are a typical ... ahem .. I will not say who. I, too, are not Russian by the nation (I will say more precisely, Caucasian) I don’t know a word from my native language, I knew Russian better at school than Russians, I always took to olympiads and the like, and none of my fellow countrymen ever blamed me or mine parents, what kind of attitude towards compatriots is stupid. Well, she would have taught the child the Russian language, in the end, he would not have known Arabic, English, or Russian. Better let one language. But good.
      1. Fox
        Fox 27 February 2013 11: 18
        +3
        Quote: OTAKE
        Sorry, but you are typical ... ahem

        judging by your statement, you are the greatest thinker of the world! and I am not Russian — I am RUSSIAN. I’m proud, as well as the fact that my ancestors did not change their homeland under any circumstances under any circumstances!
        1. OTAKE
          OTAKE 27 February 2013 11: 27
          -1
          Quote: Fox
          judging by your statement, you are the greatest thinker of the world! and I am not Russian — I am RUSSIAN. I’m proud, as well as the fact that my ancestors did not change their homeland under any circumstances under any circumstances!

          I’m not thinking and thinking, unlike you, I will not teach anyone and do not indicate what to do. What tribe are you Russian?
    2. A. Yaga
      A. Yaga 28 February 2013 00: 29
      0
      Quote: Fox
      left forever where the ass is warmer ..


      Judging by the names of the children, that's right. You can marry a Syrian (love of evil .....), but normal women choose international names for their children so that such names are normal in both countries.
  3. GHG
    GHG 27 February 2013 07: 37
    +3
    This does not surprise me much. In Russia, many of our refugees from the Union republics who returned in the 90s are still clamoring. They will accept it, but the question is ... will it help? It’s difficult for accustomed to live in comfort to get harsh Russian (Belarusian) weekdays.
    Quote: Ivan Tarasov
    Probably, at one time she decided to break with her homeland forever.

    Here you are right
    1. klimpopov
      klimpopov 27 February 2013 09: 13
      +3

      This does not surprise me much. In Russia, many of our refugees from the Union republics who returned in the 90s are still clamoring. They will accept it, but the question is ... will it help? It’s difficult for accustomed to live in comfort to get harsh Russian (Belarusian) weekdays.

      So I’m talking about the same situation with refugees from the former; well, you will agree a little different, but people still cannot live normally.
  4. djon3volta
    djon3volta 27 February 2013 09: 08
    +1
    by the way, open this tut.by and read the comments for any news, I’ve looked in there for more than a year, the opposition website can be said. read any news, Lukashenka is to blame for everything. Well, like Putin’s dirt, Putin’s country Belarusians.
    and about the news that, well, women by nature are looking for a sweet life, that's how they work.
  5. Tuzik
    Tuzik 27 February 2013 09: 12
    +5
    I can help in WOT gold, already saving from donations. I didn’t understand what they were collecting, it’s like they don’t live at the station, it’s time to finish homework and return to reality, it’s time to work.
    It is necessary to draw up refugee status, apply to the red cross and other organizations that deal with this.
    The war is terrible, a cloud of refugees, she was lucky, look how refugees live in Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon.
    God forbid that she would pull her husband from there!
    1. OTAKE
      OTAKE 27 February 2013 09: 16
      -1
      nothing young so far without prem breaks off.) so play)
      1. Tuzik
        Tuzik 27 February 2013 09: 22
        +7
        it’s just that sometimes it starts to enrage such things, in dashing 90 it was necessary to sell books, family silver, not only that you couldn’t dream of a computer, there was no TV, but pretty girlfriends scattered around the world to warm places, easily changed their faith and culture. not pretty had to survive without help. many have already returned, it turns out badly there.
        1. OTAKE
          OTAKE 27 February 2013 09: 38
          -1
          the young boy is not puzzled by such questions, no doubt, at one time the head was also full of games
        2. eagle owl
          eagle owl 27 February 2013 10: 16
          +2
          Exactly. Plus to you. May the Lord punish her for her deviation from the faith? Why do many people like her abroad so much? They wanted a sweet life? But there is no sweet life, everywhere there are only one problem.
          1. Uncle
            Uncle 27 February 2013 14: 38
            +1
            Quote: Uhu
            Maybe the Lord punished her for her departure from faith?
            What kind of faith can one talk about if a fair share of the text of an article is devoted to a cat? Well, if a person is concerned about the fate of the cat, then everything is in order with his own fate.
        3. Grishka100watt
          Grishka100watt 27 February 2013 18: 59
          0
          Hah))))
          clearly.
  6. zambo
    zambo 27 February 2013 09: 22
    +2
    "Commentators" such as Lisa, I. Tarasov, Vladsolo56 I will not shame you - it's useless ...

    Just put yourself and your family in the place of this international family and at least for a moment think about what YOU would do in their place (God forbid, of course). They have a war in their homeland, they lost their home, they barely survived, a fine woman, gave birth despite the war (a real Slav!), Underwent several operations, came to her home, and here all sorts of "principled" uncles and aunts teach her life.

    Be men and don't act like women ... (and sometimes read until the end of the article - her husband did not evacuate, remained in Syria and cannot help financially because of the war).
    1. MilaPhone
      MilaPhone 27 February 2013 11: 20
      +2
      I did not notice that these gentlemen (except Fox) mocked and gloated over the misfortune of this woman and her children.
      Personally, I sympathize with her, BUT the fact that she abandoned her homeland and Christianity makes me dislike.
      1. A. Yaga
        A. Yaga 28 February 2013 00: 37
        +1
        MilaPhone,
        Quote: Milafon
        I did not notice that these gentlemen (except Fox) mocked and gloated over the misfortune of this woman and her children.

        Yes, he also does not mock, just trying to be fair, like: help is necessary, although she does not deserve it.
    2. Fox
      Fox 27 February 2013 11: 27
      +3
      Quote: zamboy
      In their homeland, they have a war, they lost a house, barely alive

      when we had a war in our homeland, my ancestors did not run, but fought and worked for VICTORY! my grandmother gave birth on May 15, 1941 and worked on a collective farm, a school. so don’t try to talk about “who would a woman be if she had ... "
      1. zambo
        zambo 27 February 2013 14: 06
        0
        Our grandfathers and grandmothers all fought and did not spare themselves for the Great Victory. No need to compare the Second World War (what are you doing in this case) with the current local Syrian, the difference is huge.

        And if so, you speak with such pathos about your Russianness (QUOTE FOX: "I am RUSSIAN. What I am proud of, as well as the fact that my ancestors for many generations did not betray their Motherland under any circumstances!") and remembered our ancestors, I will remind you that our ancestors never mocked their enemies (the Germans themselves fed and helped as much as they could), but here we are not even talking about enemies, but about an international family that asks for help.

        QUOTE FOX: "so do not try on the topic" who would a woman be if she had ... "
        This topic, dear, you yourself took from the ceiling (re-read my comment), and "tryndyat" here, like women, comrades like you (whom I have already mentioned) with fox habits.
        1. elenagromova
          elenagromova 28 February 2013 04: 15
          0
          In fact, there is no difference. Then there was a war with fascism. Seychs - the war with the new fascism in the face of the United States and NATO, but also with the Wahhabite flavor.
      2. OTAKE
        OTAKE 28 February 2013 05: 36
        0
        Quote: Fox
        when we had a war in our homeland, my ancestors did not run, but fought and worked for VICTORY! my grandmother gave birth on May 15, 1941 and worked on a collective farm, a school. so don’t try to talk about “who would a woman be if she had ... "

        As children, I swear, here everyone has something to tell someone who fought where, and for what. Nobody seems to be particularly proud of this. You’d better tell me what you can brag about yourself, but the fact that your Grandfather and Grandmother were worthy people no one doubts this, this is not your merit, therefore, it does not stand on people.
  7. Stalingradec
    Stalingradec 27 February 2013 09: 24
    +2
    Quote: Ivan Tarasov
    Probably, at one time she decided to break with her homeland forever.
    It’s very sad, but as the unbearable began to live on the new, so the old - save.

    You know, I was recently in Europe and talked there with Russian emigrants, they speak both languages, for example German and Russian, so what surprised me was the design of their Russian speech. manners of conversation, I consider myself a fairly well-read person, with a large vocabulary, but the way they conduct the dialogue, I have never seen such a well-formed conversation in Russia, and this, provided that I communicate in the majority with our intelligence. They appreciate the history of their historical homeland, and in this story they simply burned bridges behind them.

    I do not want to condemn or justify this woman, everyone has their own categories of being, and besides, walk down the street in the evening and look at the girls - who has a coarser and "louder" car, so I walk. Here is absolutely the same thing, only on a different scale.
    1. OTAKE
      OTAKE 27 February 2013 10: 27
      0
      In Syria, all men without exception drive a Mercedes? Or they bring food from Paris on planes, and the toilet bowls in the houses are made of pure gold?
    2. Uncle
      Uncle 27 February 2013 14: 43
      0
      Quote: StalinGradec
      that I communicate mostly with our intelligence.

      Dear "intellectual" and connoisseur of the Russian language, write correctly.
      Quote: StalinGradec
      talked there with Russian emigrants
      Apparently, communication with immigrants is not good for you.
  8. Was mammoth
    Was mammoth 27 February 2013 09: 35
    +3
    "Svetlana believes that it is precisely this kind of 'bureaucracy' that still prevents many from leaving the country of hostilities."

    The worst thing is that we have almost ceased to notice how bureaucrats from officials and bribe-takers ruin many lives. It seems like it's in the order of things. The trouble is someone else's. A man with children escaped from the war and fell "out of the fire, but into the fire." Give there, give here. You will do a lot for the sake of children. An article about human grief - if someone does not understand.
  9. maestro123
    maestro123 27 February 2013 10: 13
    +3
    In Syria, before the classes, the director checked the children’s nails, clothes, shoes, hair, and then they lined up and sang a hymn, Svetlana immediately recalls the Syrian way of life. - Each child was very attentive, after each lesson the teacher checked whether the homework was recorded in the diary
    We have it all killed in the bud! And the teachers (not everyone) do not care!
  10. OlegYugan
    OlegYugan 27 February 2013 10: 14
    +1
    Oh, how we are "LOVED" in Syria - quoteIf I saw at least one Russian on the road, I would personally kill her myself
    1. elenagromova
      elenagromova 28 February 2013 04: 17
      0
      Syrians love. And this could not be said by a Syrian, but by a NATO-Wahhabi rat.
  11. Igarr
    Igarr 27 February 2013 10: 44
    +5
    Brothers, something else struck me.
    Well, it was difficult for children at school to arrange in Belarus.
    I understood that at least twice I called the Ministry of Education.
    And those - the directors of the school built right away !!!
    .. Is that really the case in Belarus? Who knows?
    Yes, and that means that Svetlana, too ... for 16 years ... has not forgotten anything ... knows how to BUILD a ministry.
    .
    But I'm still interested in the reaction of the Ministry. And what is worse than in Syria?
    There is a private school .. distributes certificates. Here the State Ministry specifically deals with the child.
  12. nnkfrschk
    nnkfrschk 27 February 2013 10: 55
    +2
    A little story of Syrian refugees. A tough story. But there are hundreds of thousands of such refugees !!
    Damn the Syrian bandits and the USA!
    1. Apollo
      Apollo 27 February 2013 11: 21
      +4
      here are the infographics regarding Syrian refugees. The numbers are impressive.
      Quote: nnkfrschk
      A little story of Syrian refugees. A tough story. But there are hundreds of thousands of such refugees !!
      Damn the Syrian bandits and the USA!


      here are the infographics regarding Syrian refugees, the numbers are impressive.

      Regarding the Syrian gangsters, and unless they are,all rabble from all over the world gathered there ?! am
  13. TSOOBER
    TSOOBER 27 February 2013 12: 32
    +3
    Igarr - I live in Minsk and when moving from the periphery there were also problems with the placement of a child in a kindergarten and a school, but everything can be solved at the level of the executive committee and at the level of the ministry (and the director will get a call and they can organize a check). , there is such a thing "hot line" - a very effective thing - officials of all ranks are afraid of it - it really works!
  14. Avenger711
    Avenger711 27 February 2013 12: 56
    +1
    and now his main dream is to download World of tanks to the computer


    And do not say that you did not think about the same thing as I did. laughing
  15. angolaforever
    angolaforever 27 February 2013 15: 22
    +2
    The article was probably written by an advertising agent of WorldDofanks, but how he did not bother to find out that in Syria there is no WoT server, I don’t know.
    And in general, if this story bears similarities with the truth, there are many questions. If a woman marries a Muslim Arab and lives there for 16 years, is her homeland Belarus ??? not Syria ????? She decided to find happiness in life, for this she completely changed her life and country, and as a rooster pecked at once she remembered about "homeland". And unlike other citizens of Syria who live and overcome difficulties together, she leaves them all and flies away. At the same time, she is very annoyed that due to bureaucratic delays she cannot take her hubby with him now, who, instead of fighting like a man and building the future of his homeland, decided to also acquire a new "mole" and leave his brothers as soon as it got hot ...
    1. Grishka100watt
      Grishka100watt 27 February 2013 19: 07
      0
      Hard but .... fair.
    2. Cartoon
      27 February 2013 20: 55
      0
      Oh .. God forbid you get into such a situation. You’ll do everything to protect your family.
      1. Grishka100watt
        Grishka100watt 27 February 2013 21: 17
        +2
        I agree. I will do everything to protect. But ask for money here ....
        There are a lot of people around me who cannot hire a tutor anyway, and not everyone can pay $ 20 a day for a child. However, do not ask.

        For what happened in Syria, I sympathize with them, for the fact that they were able to come to Belarus - I rejoice. But this is what at the end of the article .......

        Maybe it's a sin. Maybe I'm wrong. But it seems to me that her situation is NOT EDGE.