Banksy created a series of works at “the Jungle” migrant camp in Calais, France in an effort to remind nations to be more accepting of refugees.
What the actual story is?
In the face of sentiment abroad that countries should reject refugees from the ongoing conflict in Syria, the fact that Jobs was, in fact, the son of a Syrian migrant has struck a key with activists on the Internet. Jobs’s biological father was Abdul Fattah Jandali, a Syrian who in the ’50s fled Beirut, where he had been demonstrating against the Lebanese president.
He came to the U.S., where he met Jobs’ biological mother, Joanne Carol Schieble, and their child was put up for adoption in San Francisco.