Salam Aldeen has made it his mission to improve the lives of child refugees at the Moria camp
Eyes glued to the screen, mouths wide open, they watch the final scene of the Disney film Aladdin.
When the movie ends, the faces of nearly 500 children turn gloomy and tears fall down their cheeks. They come from Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq, and the time has come for them to return to their tents and metal containers in the squalid Moria camp on Lesbos. No one is getting out of here on a magic carpet.