By Clare Sibthorpe, news reporter. The father of one said he and his wife wanted to turn the frightening sounds into "a source of happiness" and allow Salwa to "psychologically survive" the few seconds before each bomb drops. In an effort to protect Salwa from the "psychological crisis" that he has seen other children in the community endure, Mr Al-Mohammad chose to turn the terrifying noises into a game. One comment pointed out Mr Al-Mohammad's "fearful expressions just before he breaks into laughter", while another said "the laughter of this little angel is much more powerful than the noise of that bomb". The post has attracted thousands of likes and comments expressing sadness and heartbreak for the family, but also praising the "heroic" parents for "suppressing their fears for their own child". As the civil war has raged over nine long years, Syrians have fled in vast numbers to escape the violence.
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