Flix Monday, April 06, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | April 6, 2015 | 4:00 pm IST After the heartbreaking picture of a four-year-old Syrian girl “surrendering” to a photographer went viral last week, a Red Cross worker has shared an image of another Syrian child putting her hands up because she thought camera was gun. The second girl’s image was reportedly taken in a Jordanian refugee camp by Red Cross member Rene Schulthoff in November last year. Speaking to the Daily Mail , he said "I had tears in my eyes when I saw her like that on my computer. I was shocked by her reaction, the fear and seeing her crying... It is a tragedy for this young generation." "Instead of playing with friends, they grow up in permanent fear under extremely poor conditions missing almost everything. A childhood of pain tears and sadness. They miss a peaceful happy childhood, kindergartens, education and what they learn currently is that life is pure horror," he added.       Syrian girl refugee camp Azraq Jordan surrender cause scared of my camera, thought it is a gun. #syria4yearson pic.twitter.com/6uowLZZ9oJ — René Schulthoff (@reneschulthoff) March 31, 2015   The girl is one of 17,000 living in Azraq camp according to the United Nations Refugee Agency - having fled the four-year-long Syrian war. Earlier this week, the first image of a Syrian refugee girl went viral on social media after she was seen surrendering to Turkish cameraman Osman Sagirli.    Read - What's the story behind the photograph of the 'surrendered' Syrian child?    

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