Visa rules alongside Trump’s travel ban mean many couples who survived the Syrian war are now suffering the pain of being forced to live apart
Abdulmonem Kitouh was on top of the world. It was December 2015 and he had just married the love of his life.
He and Rana Damien had met in Aleppo, often in secret, because he was a Muslim and she a Christian. When the war in Syria upended their lives, he moved to Istanbul and she to Beirut, her family dead-set against the marriage.
Link : ‘I feel like I’ve lost so much of my life’: Syria’s broken families