Hussain Mossa, a 33-year-old Syrian, now feels sorry for his 6 children, because they would never enjoy childhood as he did because of the war in Syria.

As 8 years has passed, bombings and shellings still linger in Syria and leave no peace for the children.

Born in 2011, his eldest son Ibrahim is one of the so-called "generation of war"

In 2014, Mossa and his family fled the war-torn hometown Manbij amid intensive fightings.

Now, an unfinished house with only 3 bedrooms in the suburb of Damascus accommodates the Mossas and 15 of their relatives.

In spite of being in a safer environment, his children are forced to remain indoors because it is still not safe for them to partake in outdoor activities.

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