Syrian artisans preserve traditional woodworking in Jordan

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The war in Syria has created a diaspora of refugees who took their talents and dreams with them to new countries.

In Jordan, Syrian artisans have found a way to preserve a traditional type of woodworking revered across the Middle East and train a new generation in their host country.

Al Jazeera’s Natasha Ghoneim reports from Amman, Jordan.

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