"As a Franco-Syrian, I have wrestled with questions of identity since my adolescence. Having no access to my family heritage for political reasons, I have searched my father’s past for clues, when, mainly through photos , when he was a young man, but also through traditions, religion and philosophy, in order discover my identity, or rather to construct the missing pieces."
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