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for child survivors of london fire, a belated eid celebrationfor child survivors of london fire, a belated eid celebrationfor child survivors of london fire, a belated eid celebration

by:Tongtoy     2020-02-27
LONDON —
There is nothing more typical English than a children\'s playground.
There is nothing to convey the British slogan \"Stay calm and move on\", like holding a run for homeless children after an epic Hell that killed at least 80 people.
Building a Futa near the local mosque, 24-
On June 14, late Eid al-Fitr was held in London\'s West End apartment building, which was burned by fire.
Fitr celebrations for survivors and their neighbors on Saturday
Most importantly, their children.
It has an elastic castle with a face.
Draw tables, ball pits, helium balloons on strings
All the interesting staples.
There are plenty of free food, including chicken, chicken and chocolate cupcakes.
There\'s an old-
VAT on vintage popcorn Poole and spinning pink marshmallow-
FLOSS. it\'s called by the British.
Even the sun appeared from time to time.
This is an occasion of firm optimism.
\"These kids need something normal, just an opportunity to relax and entertain,\" said Abdurahman Sayed, executive director of the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Center, which also
Still, officials have long and hard thought about whether to hold the event so quickly, Sayed said.
He was a little worried that just two weeks after the tragedy, parents would leave, and local and national governments were hit by public anger almost every day, the tower is vulnerable to fire and repeated resignations by public officials.
But the decision turned out to be popular, with all ages packed with center and block --
On the street outside
With most of the glenfelta survivors relocated in the hotel room, said Saeed, it was a great opportunity to take their children somewhere and also to see their friends and
\"It\'s also good for parents.
\"Ahmed payka, who has many friends in the tower, came to watch.
\"This is the way we talk about things other than fire,\" he said . \".
\"But behind every smile, there are past troubles. \"Amina al-
Wahadi attended with her child and sister-
She escaped from the bottom of the tower with her husband and two children.
Then the sisters watched the fire devour the 21 th floor where their brothers and family lived;
Five people are dead.
Sisters are angry at how the authorities treat them.
As Wahadi said, \"lie after a lie \".
But the day is for children who dive into inflatable castles or inflatable bodyguards;
Play in the sword-
Fight with styling balloons (
There are twisted balloons here);
Or by volunteers, mainly school teachers, who painstakingly drew their faces, several children lined up before each of them waited patiently for their turn. Spider-
It is foreseeable that human beings are a big hit.
\"We can\'t start to understand what they\'re going through,\" says Farita Latif, one of the facial painters . \".
\"I just lost my friend in the tower and I cried for a week.
Imagine losing a family?
\"Another teacher is doing henna tattoos and is popular with adult women wearing headscarves and female students wearing Western clothes.
The teacher said, \"I met a girl today . \"
\"I made her henna.
She lost five friends.
She is in Grade 7.
\"This is equivalent to the sixth grade in Canada.
Most schools are still in the UK.
In a local nursery, 11 Grenfell children were absent.
Parents say there are five children in a primary school.
They may be one of the missing and are now considered dead.
In many cases, no parents have called to report their absence, possibly because they are also missing or dead.
Al Manaar mosque serves various Muslims from many different countries.
The same is true of the Muslim population of Grenfell Tower.
Among the adults attending the Eid entertainment fair, their appearance reflects their Islamic diversity, from full headscarves and long chin beards to modern western costumes, and
However, most of these young people may come from any public playground in the country.
For many Muslims, the Eid celebrations in June 25-27 included giving gifts to children.
This did not happen for the Grenfell family;
It\'s like a canceled Christmas for their kids.
Since then, the center has been overwhelmed by the children\'s gifts, and several rooms on the top floor look like part of the mess --
Toy stores in stock
All the children had enough to get, but the young survivors of the fire were brought into a \"special room\" by volunteers wearing a chestnut vest, \"where the best toys were collected.
Counselors were also present.
A pile of \"easy-to-read\" brochures from the western London national medical service, titled \"support for children after traumatic events\", are on the table \".
In the suggestion: \"Keep your normal daily activities as possible.
\"On the street, two little boys stood on the mat of sumo.
They put on cotton suits and made the stomachs of both of them harmless.
Knocked down each other and laughed happily around.
There is also a science exhibition on a sidewalk table.
A girl who looks 11 or 12 years old is learning
Newton fluid.
She pinched a handful of corn starch.
Corn noodles here-
In the palm of her hand, mix the water into a sticky ball.
\"It\'s like mucus,\" she said, referring to another type of non-Newton fluid.
She spoke in surprise, but gentle.
She has a small henna tattoo on her left inner wrist that says \"14 \". 06.
17, \"This is a silent reference to the day of June.
The New York Times
There is nothing more typical English than a children\'s playground.
There is nothing to convey the British slogan \"Stay calm and move on\", like holding a run for homeless children after an epic Hell that killed at least 80 people.
Building a Futa near the local mosque, 24-
On June 14, late Eid al-Fitr was held in London\'s West End apartment building, which was burned by fire.
Fitr celebrations for survivors and their neighbors on Saturday
Most importantly, their children.
It has an elastic castle with a face.
Draw tables, ball pits, helium balloons on strings
All the interesting staples.
There are plenty of free food, including chicken, chicken and chocolate cupcakes.
There\'s an old-
VAT on vintage popcorn Poole and spinning pink marshmallow-
FLOSS. it\'s called by the British.
Even the sun appeared from time to time.
This is an occasion of firm optimism.
\"These kids need something normal, just an opportunity to relax and entertain,\" said Abdurahman Sayed, executive director of the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Center, which also
Still, officials have long and hard thought about whether to hold the event so quickly, Sayed said.
He was a little worried that just two weeks after the tragedy, parents would leave, and local and national governments were hit by public anger almost every day, the tower is vulnerable to fire and repeated resignations by public officials.
But the decision turned out to be popular, with all ages packed with center and block --
On the street outside
With most of the glenfelta survivors relocated in the hotel room, said Saeed, it was a great opportunity to take their children somewhere and also to see their friends and
\"It\'s also good for parents.
\"Ahmed payka, who has many friends in the tower, came to watch.
\"This is the way we talk about things other than fire,\" he said . \".
\"But behind every smile, there are past troubles. \"Amina al-
Wahadi attended with her child and sister-
She escaped from the bottom of the tower with her husband and two children.
Then the sisters watched the fire devour the 21 th floor where their brothers and family lived;
Five people are dead.
Sisters are angry at how the authorities treat them.
As Wahadi said, \"lie after a lie \".
But the day is for children who dive into inflatable castles or inflatable bodyguards;
Play in the sword-
Fight with styling balloons (
There are twisted balloons here);
Or by volunteers, mainly school teachers, who painstakingly drew their faces, several children lined up before each of them waited patiently for their turn. Spider-
It is foreseeable that human beings are a big hit.
\"We can\'t start to understand what they\'re going through,\" says Farita Latif, one of the facial painters . \".
\"I just lost my friend in the tower and I cried for a week.
Imagine losing a family?
\"Another teacher is doing henna tattoos and is popular with adult women wearing headscarves and female students wearing Western clothes.
The teacher said, \"I met a girl today . \"
\"I made her henna.
She lost five friends.
She is in Grade 7.
\"This is equivalent to the sixth grade in Canada.
Most schools are still in the UK.
In a local nursery, 11 Grenfell children were absent.
Parents say there are five children in a primary school.
They may be one of the missing and are now considered dead.
In many cases, no parents have called to report their absence, possibly because they are also missing or dead.
Al Manaar mosque serves various Muslims from many different countries.
The same is true of the Muslim population of Grenfell Tower.
Among the adults attending the Eid entertainment fair, their appearance reflects their Islamic diversity, from full headscarves and long chin beards to modern western costumes, and
However, most of these young people may come from any public playground in the country.
For many Muslims, the Eid celebrations in June 25-27 included giving gifts to children.
This did not happen for the Grenfell family;
It\'s like a canceled Christmas for their kids.
Since then, the center has been overwhelmed by the children\'s gifts, and several rooms on the top floor look like part of the mess --
Toy stores in stock
All the children had enough to get, but the young survivors of the fire were brought into a \"special room\" by volunteers wearing a chestnut vest, \"where the best toys were collected.
Counselors were also present.
A pile of \"easy-to-read\" brochures from the western London national medical service, titled \"support for children after traumatic events\", are on the table \".
In the suggestion: \"Keep your normal daily activities as possible.
\"On the street, two little boys stood on the mat of sumo.
They put on cotton suits and made the stomachs of both of them harmless.
Knocked down each other and laughed happily around.
There is also a science exhibition on a sidewalk table.
A girl who looks 11 or 12 years old is learning
Newton fluid.
She pinched a handful of corn starch.
Corn noodles here-
In the palm of her hand, mix the water into a sticky ball.
\"It\'s like mucus,\" she said, referring to another type of non-Newton fluid.
She spoke in surprise, but gentle.
She has a small henna tattoo on her left inner wrist that says \"14 \". 06.
17, \"This is a silent reference to the day of June.
The New York Times
There is nothing more typical English than a children\'s playground.
There is nothing to convey the British slogan \"Stay calm and move on\", like holding a run for homeless children after an epic Hell that killed at least 80 people.
Building a Futa near the local mosque, 24-
On June 14, late Eid al-Fitr was held in London\'s West End apartment building, which was burned by fire.
Fitr celebrations for survivors and their neighbors on Saturday
Most importantly, their children.
It has an elastic castle with a face.
Draw tables, ball pits, helium balloons on strings
All the interesting staples.
There are plenty of free food, including chicken, chicken and chocolate cupcakes.
There\'s an old-
VAT on vintage popcorn Poole and spinning pink marshmallow-
FLOSS. it\'s called by the British.
Even the sun appeared from time to time.
This is an occasion of firm optimism.
\"These kids need something normal, just an opportunity to relax and entertain,\" said Abdurahman Sayed, executive director of the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Center, which also
Still, officials have long and hard thought about whether to hold the event so quickly, Sayed said.
He was a little worried that just two weeks after the tragedy, parents would leave, and local and national governments were hit by public anger almost every day, the tower is vulnerable to fire and repeated resignations by public officials.
But the decision turned out to be popular, with all ages packed with center and block --
On the street outside
With most of the glenfelta survivors relocated in the hotel room, said Saeed, it was a great opportunity to take their children somewhere and also to see their friends and
\"It\'s also good for parents.
\"Ahmed payka, who has many friends in the tower, came to watch.
\"This is the way we talk about things other than fire,\" he said . \".
\"But behind every smile, there are past troubles. \"Amina al-
Wahadi attended with her child and sister-
She escaped from the bottom of the tower with her husband and two children.
Then the sisters watched the fire devour the 21 th floor where their brothers and family lived;
Five people are dead.
Sisters are angry at how the authorities treat them.
As Wahadi said, \"lie after a lie \".
But the day is for children who dive into inflatable castles or inflatable bodyguards;
Play in the sword-
Fight with styling balloons (
There are twisted balloons here);
Or by volunteers, mainly school teachers, who painstakingly drew their faces, several children lined up before each of them waited patiently for their turn. Spider-
It is foreseeable that human beings are a big hit.
\"We can\'t start to understand what they\'re going through,\" says Farita Latif, one of the facial painters . \".
\"I just lost my friend in the tower and I cried for a week.
Imagine losing a family?
\"Another teacher is doing henna tattoos and is popular with adult women wearing headscarves and female students wearing Western clothes.
The teacher said, \"I met a girl today . \"
\"I made her henna.
She lost five friends.
She is in Grade 7.
\"This is equivalent to the sixth grade in Canada.
Most schools are still in the UK.
In a local nursery, 11 Grenfell children were absent.
Parents say there are five children in a primary school.
They may be one of the missing and are now considered dead.
In many cases, no parents have called to report their absence, possibly because they are also missing or dead.
Al Manaar mosque serves various Muslims from many different countries.
The same is true of the Muslim population of Grenfell Tower.
Among the adults attending the Eid entertainment fair, their appearance reflects their Islamic diversity, from full headscarves and long chin beards to modern western costumes, and
However, most of these young people may come from any public playground in the country.
For many Muslims, the Eid celebrations in June 25-27 included giving gifts to children.
This did not happen for the Grenfell family;
It\'s like a canceled Christmas for their kids.
Since then, the center has been overwhelmed by the children\'s gifts, and several rooms on the top floor look like part of the mess --
Toy stores in stock
All the children had enough to get, but the young survivors of the fire were brought into a \"special room\" by volunteers wearing a chestnut vest, \"where the best toys were collected.
Counselors were also present.
A pile of \"easy-to-read\" brochures from the western London national medical service, titled \"support for children after traumatic events\", are on the table \".
In the suggestion: \"Keep your normal daily activities as possible.
\"On the street, two little boys stood on the mat of sumo.
They put on cotton suits and made the stomachs of both of them harmless.
Knocked down each other and laughed happily around.
There is also a science exhibition on a sidewalk table.
A girl who looks 11 or 12 years old is learning
Newton fluid.
She pinched a handful of corn starch.
Corn noodles here-
In the palm of her hand, mix the water into a sticky ball.
\"It\'s like mucus,\" she said, referring to another type of non-Newton fluid.
She spoke in surprise, but gentle.
She has a small henna tattoo on her left inner wrist that says \"14 \". 06.
17, \"This is a silent reference to the day of June.
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