Alan Kurdi, a three year old Syrian boy was found lifeless on the shores of Turkey. Due to the disruptions caused by the ISIS and being refugees from a good period of time the Kurdi family tried to make their way out to a safe and secure place, to give themselves the environment of homage they were moving to Canada to their blood relaters through the Mediterranean sea but fate did not give them the chance.
The family did their best possible ways to get their Visa but it’s their unfortunate that the documents required were not officially complete as they were the refugees and certainly could not reach for their visa.To remove the tag of refugee they sought for a different way to help themselves, they went for unofficial or rather illegal transportation . The helping hand was of a smuggler.
The Khurdis were not the only family there but many other refugee families like them. They were provided by a inflatable boat with life jackets that hardly did it’s work. This unexpected worthlessness was met by an unexpected rough face of sea . They came to realize that nothing worked at that moment.Meanwhile little Alan’s lifeless body washed to the shore.This is not about an incident that happened two years ago but the question that arises is that “how many refugees suffered?” and “For how long do they need to suffer?”
Refugees are still in deep water seeking for that one shore which will keep them secure. The land where they are living as refugees in that particular land how can they be raised as questions, how can people deny them for any official mean.
The family was bound to take that illegal means of transportation which smuggled for their voyage to a safe and secure place but certainly the boat was not meant for many people and the life jackets were lifeless even which lead not only one Alan Khurdis but thousands of Alan Khurdi not known.
Today the question arises for “how long do we need to see and hear this?” and “why do they need to suffer?”.The world glorifies a lot of things but Alan Khurdi, a little life glorified the thousands lives of refugees.