In the bitter cold of Syria, locals began using the missile as a heater

Monday, January 24, 2022

Due to the ongoing civil war in Syria, people turned to missiles as heaters to get warm in the winter.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, a man named Asad Al-Obeid in the Syrian province of Idlib recycled a missile in his house and turned it into a heater.

Assad al-Obeid, a Syrian citizen, says that due to the ongoing war in the country, people here cannot afford to buy heaters, so other people, including women and children, keep searching in the area for missiles and rockets that have fallen. 

Asad said he also found the missile near his house, which he turned into a heater from a nearby blacksmith.

According to the report, local blacksmiths carefully unload rockets and missiles at a distance of 28 to 32 cm, making them usable as heaters. Missile ammunition is purchased by miners to build tunnels or break rocks.

However, it is also worth mentioning here that people are doing this dangerous work without fear which could take their precious lives.


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