Posted: November 3, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Hamsa Newmark, from left, Moshe Newmark, Andrea Love and Mohja Kahf with the Omni Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology talk during a planning meeting in front of the Peace Fountain at the Town Center Plaza in Fayetteville on Wednesday. Fayetteville is one of 26 cities in the U.S. chosen to participate in a “Stand for the Kids of Syria” event on Nov. 17.

Winter is coming. Children who have lost homes and more are about to face the cold in refugee camps. Winters in Syria and surrounding countries are short but intense, said Mohja Kahf of Fayetteville, who was born in Damascus.

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Religion, Pages 10 on 11/03/2012


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