Life does not come with instructions on how to live, but it does come with trees, sunsets, smiles and laughter, so enjoy your day.


แต่ชีวิตมาพร้อมกับต้นไม้, พระอาทิตย์ตก, รอยยิ้มและเสียงหัวเราะ 

―Debbie Shapiro

War Correspondents–3- RTD

He prays in God’s language

A Russian-Syrian’s exceptional reporting from the frontlines of the Special Military Operation

“We’re shooting a film here, but this is no movie,” says Sargon Hadaya, half Russian, half Syrian. He is a war correspondent who has dedicated his life to revealing the truth behind the conflicts in Ukraine and the Arab world. The war correspondent finds himself in the midst of hell: in the phosphorus-burned forests of Kremennoy, in a combat helicopter above Bakhmut, and during the attacks of paratroopers in Svatovo. He openly admits that this kind of job isn’t enjoyable, but it’s necessary. Sargon has filmed in Afghanistan, Iraq and Africa. But after the war in Syria, according to him, everything changed – journalists became targets. Sargon reports in Arabic, fluent in Russian and prays in Aramaic, the language of Christ. Watch our new documentary to learn more about this challenging yet indispensable profession.

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