Assaad Chaftari had served as an intelligence official during the Lebanese Civil War. It was years later, when heard his son saying disparaging things about Muslims, that he decided to repent publicly for his actions during war.
Wally Boot was 18 when he started working for the Steinway piano company. More than 50 years later, he’s still there. His hands are the last to touch the pianos before they’re shipped to the grandest concert halls in the world.
When Sheila Hutton was a seven-year-old girl growing up in England before the war, her parents shipped her away to the U.S. Six years later, when the war had ended and she’d become a teenager, she returned and had only a navy blue head scarf for her mother to recognize her.