They're here. Don't do that again. Stay at Uncle's tonight and play your video games.
Father, I'm sorry.
The "shabiha" pulled men and women out of their building where was near the residence of protagonist's uncle, and there were explosions in the distance.
Uncle... I want to see. (Bakr)
Bakr...okay. But if I tell you to step back from that window, you do it right away. (Uncle)
There was no service on the cellphone, and the protagonist couldn't find his ID document in his uncle's apartment. Everyone without ID would be arrested or suspected whenever the "shabiha" wanted.
I know him...(Bakr)
The cellphone's service was back. The protagonist's father found his ID at home and told him through the phone. However, there were still a lot of shooting, the protagonist had to stay at Uncle's apartment.
What if another child found it and kept it?
These things weren't us. ---Father
The protagonist's uncle considered for a long time, but finally, he allowed the protagonist to know the truth of massacres even though the protagonist was a child.
The protagonist's uncle suddenly ran out of the building. The protagonist discovered it was the first time a man he recognized had died. Hassan, a man who had often laughed with Uncle and Father.
The real bullet appeared in front of the protagonist again. His attitude was completely different from the last time, he hated it so much. Finally, he decided to hide it in the dumpster to keep it away from both army and children.