‘Thrones’ actor surprises Syrian interloper now staid in Germany


“Game of Thrones” actor Liam Cunningham paid a warn revisit on Tuesday to a teenage Syrian interloper now in possession of a German visa and vital in Stuttgart, a month after initial assembly him in Jordan.

Cunningham, who plays Ser Davos Seaworth in a HBO radio channel strike Gothic anticipation initial met 16-year-old Hussam when he visited Jordan’s northern city of Irbid in early September, as partial of a plan by a gift World Vision to lift recognition about a predicament of refugees.

The Irish actor and his British co-stars, Lena Headey and Maisie Williams, have also visited interloper camps in Greece progressing this year.

Hussam told Reuters he was “really happy, unequivocally happy” when Cunningham astounded him, adding, “It is like saying my father.”

Hussam fled initial to Jordan after his propagandize in Syria was struck by missiles during his final exams.

“A craft shot a propagandize with missiles. So, many students (and) my friends are passed and killed,” Hussam said.

Hussam is one of some-more than 4 million Syrians who have fled a country’s war, that began in 2011 after a renouned overthrow opposite President Bashar al-Assad and his family’s rule. The fight has killed some-more than 300,000 people, half a race has been replaced and most of civic Syria has turn a wasteland.

According to World Vision, Hussam’s father and hermit are already legally staid in Germany. Hussam is now staying in a hotel in Stuttgart with his mom until they find accommodation and a teen has been training himself to pronounce German.

Cunningham commended Germany for welcoming refugees journey fight in their home countries.

“This is a outcome of somebody in a supervision here and a vast heart that a German people have of usurpation people in trouble,” Cunningham said.

(Reporting by Reuters Television)


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