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Summary: Abd Alkader Habak is a photographer and he was working in Syria at the time a bomb hit a group of busses and killed 126 people. He was knocked out by the blast, but that didn’t stop him from trying to help people. Habak mentioned that he decided along with his colleagues that they’d put their cameras aside and start rescuing injured people. Habak ran towards a child and picked him up and began to run towards safety. His camera was still on, recording the chaos. “This child was firmly holding my hand and looking at me,” he said. An image was taken by another photographer, Muhammad Alrageb, and it shows Habak dashing towards an ambulance, the child and his camera in his arms.
Analysis: The article begins with a video which shows what happened in Syria. Then the author explains what happened in Syria and how there were people helping those who were wounded, and how the photographers were also helping. The article also talks about how another photographer took a picture of Habak carrying a wounded child. The article also includes pictures of the bombing and it shows the wounded people and you can see the fire in the background.
Comment: It’s sad to see that a lot of people got wounded and how many of them died. It makes me sad to see this happening in our world. I wish we lived in a world where no violence would happen, but this is the world we live in. I am glad that there are people out there who are willing to help those in need, or those who need help.