Turkish Hatay hosts an entertainment event for Syrian orphans

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The Turkish Orphan Endowment organized a recreational event for Syrian orphans in Hatay, southern Turkey.

Also, the “Olive Picking” event was organized in its fifth edition in the orphanage village in Reyhanli Bahtaya district.

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The event started with the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran and included entertainment activities and competitions for orphaned children.

The event was held inside a field of olive trees covering an area of ​​22 dunums, with the participation of 800 Syrian children, including orphans.

A statement by the “Al-Yateem” endowment quoted the head of the endowment, Muhammad Gulsatan, as saying that for the fifth year in a row, they continue to organize the aforementioned event.

He added that they are working to prepare children for the future in various aspects.

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He stressed that olives are a symbol of peace, adding: “We send a message from here saying: Stop the death of mothers and children and stop wars.”

The event concluded with the participation of children in the olive harvest.