The mother with her son in Sharjah.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Sharjah Social Services Department in Shariah, in cooperation with Sharjah Police, reunited two children with their mother after 11 years.
The mother is a Gulf national.
Khalid Al Kathiri, the Response official of the Children's Rescue Line, said he had made a lot of coordination to reunite the two children with the mother.
The children contacted the rescue operation number 800700 and asked to see their mother.
Khalid said when we reached her regarding her sons. She heard us and started crying for the loss of her two sons.
He informed her that she should see two children who might be hers.
The meeting was scheduled at the Child Protection Center. A meeting was set at the Child Protection Centre.
The meeting was intimate between the mother and her two children in a touching human scene, where tears of joy and sadness mingled.
Amina Al-Rifai, Director of the Child and Family Protection Center in the Department of Social Services in Sharjah, confirmed that the Department is keen to provide all kinds of support in order to protect and secure the rights of children and those who lack social care, and to provide the appropriate environment so that every child can enjoy a decent and safe life.
The department calls upon members of society, especially parents, not to exploit children in their marital and family disputes and use them as a pressure card, because this will harm the children’s behavior, and it will be the possibility of repeating the same mistakes of their parents when they are connected to the family.
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