Some justice in this world, after all: while the Hungarian camerawoman who was caught on camera tripping up a refugee carrying his son has lost her job, the man she tripped was just offered a job by a Spanish soccer academy near Madrid. The man, Osama Abdul Mohsen, had been a soccer coach in Syria before he was forced to flee his country and endure a difficult journey with his son 7-year old son Zaid to reach Europe. After hearing his story, the Spanish soccer academy decided to reach out and help a “fellow coach” by offering him housing, food, clothes and a job at their academy. Mohsen spoke about the incident with Spanish newspaper El Mundo, saying: “The journalist’s kick was scary and hard. My feeling was surprise. And then pain when I saw the fear and panic in the face of my son. Zaid cried for two hours. I was terrified.”
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