• This blind Syrian refugee teaches music to kids with disabilities

    One year ago - By Metro

    Miles away from home, 45-year-old Ehsan Al Khalili did not know what the future would hold.
    But two years on, the blind refugee has overcome adversity and now uses his passion for music to counter negative stereotypes of people with disabilities.
    The 45-year-old from Syria hosts music classes in Jordan's remote Azraq refugee camp.
    Using a traditional drum, his classes are aimed at children with disabilities living in the camp but are open to all.
    And judging by a video of singing and clapping children, it's hugely popular.
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