Tag Archives: Syria
To the world, child war is horrible. For Syrian children, child war is their everyday way of life.
This is not war, this is war crimes against children and humanity.
Take a drive down the streets of Zabadani. Once a bustling city, now reduced to rubble and ruins, like so many other places in Syria.
Sometimes we are surrounded by our lives and what is going wrong. One thing for sure is that we don’t have to live like this. Syrian Regugees at an informal tented stttlement in Jordan, makes me feel like my life is not all that bad.
In Birmingham, a special fashion show is being held, to support a specific cause — Syrian refugees.
This Is Just So Sad How The Refugees Are Living.
When Abdel Hameed al-Youssef regained consciousness after a chemical weapons attack on his hometown in northern Syria, the husband and father awoke to a nightmare.
Diplomats at the U.N. Security council sparred Wednesday over whether to hold President Bashar Assad’s government responsible for a chemical weapons attack that killed more than 80 people in northern Syria.
No caption needed for this photograph, the facial expresssions says it all.
They found these children alive, in pain, traumatized after Assad’s regime bombed a market in Hamouriyah yesterday, killing 18 civilians and injuring 60.