Terms Coined in Wartime … “Escape in the Opposite Direction”

Syrian people in all parts of Syrian were unable to live in peace during wartime
Those mortar shells falling here and there did not choose a random location but were targeting places where victims were grouping in dozens, causing massive massacres.

“Escape in the opposite direction” is a term used by Syrian students in schools to refer to a strategy used by them to avoid death.

When a shell mortar falls, the students move in an opposite direction to where the first shell came from, believing that the following one will definitely follow the same direction and fall either in the same spot or slightly further.

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