Civil war in Syria couldn’t prevent Syrian-Israeli married couple from reuniting, with Red Cross’ help.
A Syrian-Israeli couple who were married one year ago in Jordan, and have not seen each other since, have finally been reunited.
The wife, a Syrian resident, passed through the Quneitra crossing in the Golan Heights on Thursday, and joined her husband, Fidha Ibrahim, a Druze from Majdal Shams, soon after.
The couple met eight years ago while Ibrahim was studying dentistry in Syria. The two married eight months ago, but have not seen each other since.
Ibrahim’s cousin said that the wife was not given any trouble by Syrian authorities despite the raging civil war in the country, which could have hampered the reunion. “From what I understood, everything went smoothly. Not everything you see on TV is true,” he said.
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