Jordanians have not forgotten Ms. Abeer, who lost her three children, ‘Amira, Malak and Muhammad’ in the catastrophe which was known at the time as the ‘Lweibdeh catastrophe’ where a large building fell in the center of the capital, Amman, and dozens of citizens died there.
A residential building in the Al-Weibdeh area collapsed on the afternoon of 13 September, falling onto an adjacent building, killing 14 people, including women and children, and injuring 9.
• Khansa al-Weibdeh
To heal his wounds, which he will never forget, a Jordanian philanthropist donated money to the children’s mother, Abeer, to set up shop in front of the collapsed residential building. in so that she could continue her life and start her own project, which she and her children had always dreamed of, which she left under the rubble of the Lweibdeh building.
Abeer, before the departure of his sons, was selling goods via “online” through a page on “Facebook”, to then communicate with the customer to supervise the delivery of the goods, and her dream was a small shop that would contain her and her children after her husband’s departure two years before the tragedy, but the dream it didn’t come true.
Mrs. Abeer has named “Khansaa Al-Weibdeh” after her shop specializing in the sale of clothes and accessories, so that this name will be the title of her new stage that she will live behind her children, to live the dream they have always dreamed of , but alone and with the memory of her children.
Soon after the news of the opening of the “Khansa’a Al-Weibdeh” shop broke, Jordanians and all who knew Abeer’s story rushed to her shop to buy from him and support her financially and psychologically, due to the horror of the story Abeer experienced while losing his children.
A large number of professionals of the media and activists of the social media attended the store to announce a large unpaid marketing campaign to come to the store and buy from it, aiming to increase Ms. Abeer’s profits.
The mother in mourning, Abeer, he told Al-Arabiya.net that come back in the same area in whose children died was not an easy decision, but God’s will and fate and the patience that fell upon her will give her the strength to complete her life immortalizing her children’s names in the area of ”Lweibdeh “.
Regarding her choice of the name “Khansaa Al-Weibdeh”, Abeer said she hopes God inspires her with Al-Khansaa’s patience for the loss of her children as he hopes to support her and provide her with any observations she can improve the yield of the financial shop.
Who is Khansa Al-Weibdeh?
Ms Abeer or Khansa Amara Al-Weibdeh, is a mother who lost her three children in the building collapse in Al-Weibdeh, and they are Muhammad 17 years old, Amira 12 years old and Malak 7 years old, noting that she lost her husband two years ago.
The story began when the two children, Malak and her sister Amira, invited their friend Najd to their home to celebrate her birthday.
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