I was interviewing the voice of the voiceless, the eyes that witnessed the worst war crimes occurring today in our world. I was talking with a broken heart, grieving on what used to be a home. It was a conversation with bravery, immense strength and ambition. This is not the story of Essa solely, but the story of human society, solidarity, justice and survival. This is a testimony we should all listen to, as it is not a piece of history, but breaking news. Since 2011, more than 500,000 people found their death due to the Syrian civil war.