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"Coming here is really a changing point in my life," said 17-year-old Syrian refugee Sara, after attending one of our ‘peace education’ sessions in Turkey.
"In the midst of the current sectarian, tribal and social divides in Syria, peace has become a need for me – it is a principle and a value," says activist Mona.
"Without your guidance and what you tell us, I would have joined ISIS," says Abdul, who fled to Lebanon from his war-torn home of Syria.