16 Jun 2015
“100 hours on the border,” a book by the journalist writer Alaa Al-Badri had been Recently released by the “Lilith” House for publication and distribution,
The book is about the suffering of Syrian refugees who are displaced on the Jordanian-Syrian border the writer had a trip to the city of Mafraq, which he described in his book pages as the city of sadness and pain.
Alaa Al-Badri mentioned in the book, which will be launched in Alexandria, a number of humanitarian cases, which faced a lot of tragedies and woes.
The book includes nine real stories, namely “Fatima,” “Darren,” “Abu Obeida,” “Sarah,” and “the carrier of the Dead”, this stories were told by people who escaped their homes in Syria and their trip was no less dangerous than their suffering inside Syria from displacement and killing.