British author JK Rowling sent a seven-year resident of the Syrian city of Aleppo electronic versions of books about Harry Potter in a sign of support in the civil war.

According to the magazine Time, on Monday, November 21, mother of seven-year Bans – Fatima Alabed that manages the account of the daughter in Twitter, wrote to Joan Rowling that the Ban would like to read the books they are adapted from movies about Harry Potter, saying that in Aleppo to buy these books is impossible.

Wish Bans were soon fulfilled. Rowling has engaged in conversation with Fatima and promised to send the books. Soon her name to Fatima contacted an old friend of JK Rowling and her literary agent Neil Blair, who said if the Ban is to read in eBook format.

In the end of the book about Harry Potter Ban got that way. But the publication does not specify what the language.

My friend @jk_rowling how are you? Thank you for the book, love you from #Aleppo. – Bana pic.twitter.com/c84b4Zux0G



J. K. Rowling Humanities supported the 7-year-old girl from Aleppo – sent her e-books about Harry Potter 24.11.2016

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