WATCH: Young adult shares what it's like being raised by a parent with Down Syndrome

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Sader (middle) with his parents.
Sader (middle) with his parents.

Sader Issa, a dentistry student from Syria, has shared what it's like being raised by a parent with Down Syndrome.

In a video interview he describes his dad, Jad, as selfless and a pillar of the community.

Sader says his dad has always showered him with love and did the best he could to make his childhood like any other child's.

Sader continues to share his heartwarming story on social media.

Watch the video interview below to find out more about Sader's experience:

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