A little Syrian girl, Aisha(5 years old), selling tissues on the streets of Turkey to help her family survive, is visably shaken when she sees a man in uniform coming towards her that she grabs on to a passer-by for dear life.
Despite the officer’s attempt to calm her down, she repeatedly begs to be let go and promises to not do it again thinking she is going to be punished for her crimes.
Her style used to make the emphatic promise was the gesture used by some Arabs of kissing her hand and placing her finger on her forehead, which children use when asking for forgiveness after doing something terribly wrong.
In behavior highlights the psychological background of the Children of Syria towards “military dress”. Imagine what these children had suffered that scares them like this.
Source: Logical Indian