Idlib, Syria, Aug. 9, 2018. The two children Huda and Khadija suffer from the pemphigus skin disease in the village of Khan al-Subul, south of Idlib, Northern Syria. The disease causes chronic pain for the children, especially in the summer, due to the increased temperature. The children's father appealed to Turkey and humanitarian organizations to save the children due to their poor living conditions and the lack of treatment for pemphigus in Northern Syria. Pemphigus is a rare autoimmune disease that prevents the skin cells from staying "glued" together, creating blisters and sores instead. Pemphigus spreads among peope originating from Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean countries.