After almost 120 years, Bakdash ice cream leaves Damascus
Published May 6th, 2013 - 12:27 GMT
Bakdash is a landmark in the Syrian capital, serving the Arab world's most famous ice cream since 1895. And now they've fled the violence; Yemen youth take action; Israel strikes Syria twice; and how to help Americans can help the Syrian refugees.
As Syria Melts Down, Ice Cream Shop Sets Up In Jordan
When a Bakdash branch opened this week in Amman, Jordan, it was seen as another casualty of the Syrian war.
"It means there is no sense of security and safety in Damascus," says journalist Fahd al Kheytaan, "which forced the company to move some of its operation to Jordan.
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A community in Washington DC opened up their hearts, wallets and souls to help support a clothing drive (hosted out of homes, businesses, and cars!!) to send items to the thousands of Syrian Refugees in Refugee Camps in Lebanon.
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