An excruciating incident occurred on Wednesday in Syria, where the overcrowded dinghy capsized while crossing the Greek island of Kos.
Abdullah Kurdi, father of two young refugees, failed to save his family from the disaster occurred in the ocean. Their dead bodies along with their mother's was found on a beach of Turkey. Abdullah recalled that horror incident: It was dark everyone was screaming, the waves were too high captain panicked he jumped into the sea and fled. I took over and start steering and within sec the boat flipped. I took my family in my arm then I realised they were all dead.
The world is mourning over their unfortunate death.
Syrian boys, who were washed up on beach, were trying to reach Canada.
Abdulla is the only survivor. He was able to swim back to the shore.
During the interview with Dogan News agency, Abdulla told he will take back his children's and wife's body and will bury them in Kobane.
The family was on the overcrowded boat which capsized shortly into the crossing to Greek island of Kos.
On Wednesday morning, their bodies along with 11 more refugees were found on a beach of Turkey.
The body of his wife Rehan Kurdi and his children's along with 13 migrants who drowned were loaded into the funeral vehicle.
Aylan's video went viral, spawning, sympathy and outrage at the perceived inaction of the country to help migrants.