Roar Magazine, “Suruç massacre: today we mourn, tomorrow we rebuild”

Suruç massacre: today we mourn, tomorrow we rebuild
Yvo Fitzherbert, Roar Magazine, July 21, 2015

The bomb attack that took place at midday on Monday, July 20, at the Amara Cultural Center in Suruç will go down in history as a tragedy. Suruç is a border-town within 15 kilometers of Kobane, and has been the center for relief operations and the logistical hub of all support activity.

To many, Amara was a place of sanctuary and refuge for refugees fleeing the conflict in Kobane for many months. It acted as the base of coordination for the relief effort at the dozens of refugee camps scattered across the city, and as a center for international solidarity and delegations visiting the area.

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