Month: September 2015

The moment of the spirit out of the children of Syria

This video made me cry! Something for Assad regime to celebrate for:


Published on May 28, 2012
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A History of Syria – Documentary


Published on Sep 11, 2015

Dan Snow travels to Syria to see how the country’s fascinating and tumultuous history is shaping the current civil war. For thousands of years empires and despots have fought for control of the strategically vital region, leaving behind stunning temples, castles and mosques, as well as a diverse cultural heritage. Those conflicts – from the Roman conquests to the crusades, from the French colonial invasion to the military coups of the 1960s – loom large in today’s conflict. For those confused by the seemingly random nature of the bloodshed and slaughter, Dan Snow unpicks the historic divisions between Sunnis and Alawites, Islamists and secularists, east and west.

Syria: The World’s Largest Refugee Crisis


Published on Jan 21, 2015
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy : Syria: The World’s Largest Refugee Crisis

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Daily Atrocities


Published on Dec 24, 2012

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Syrian Refugees- We don’t wait for others to give us solutions

Message from Syrian Refugees to the World:
We are starved, tortured, bombed, gassed for almost 5 years!
We are going to walk to Europe, we don’t wait for others to give us solutions!


We Walk Together: a Syrian refugee family’s journey to the heart of Europe
Published on Sep 10, 2015

Thousands of refugees were sleeping rough at Budapest’s Keleti station, waiting for trains to take them to western Europe.

Then, they just got up and walked. Guardian journalist and filmmaker John Domokos went with them, every step of the way. This is the story of one Syrian family, and those who came out to help.

Angelina Jolie- Everyone must help Syrian refugees

UN Special Envoy Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt with Foreign Secretary William Hague at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.

Angelina Jolie Pitt, one of the world’s best actresses and a humanitarian, is using her celebrity status for a good cause, and that is to urge everyone to help Syrian refugees. She is using her place, as a special envoy, at the United Nations’ refugee agency to influence people to help the displaced war victims.

In her heartfelt and emotional op-Ed in The Times UK written with Arminka Helic, a former refugee and now a member of the House of Lords, she pleaded to help families that are fleeing the war first, over economic migrants.

“At no time in recent history has there been a greater need for leadership to deal with the consequences and causes of the global refugee crisis,” the actress wrote in the piece last Monday.

Jolie Pitt has spent some time with a Syrian refugee family earlier this year during a humanitarian trip. She said that the war in Syria has made a lot of people suffer. “Syrians are fleeing barrel bombs, chemical weapons, rape and massacres. Their country has become a killing field,” the award-winning actress said.

The actress has worked with the UNHCR since early 2000s, and urged political leaders to take responsibility, even if it’s not part of their nation’s geography. Jolie Pitt said that it doesn’t matter what culture, ethnicity, or religion a person believes in, but what is important is humanity’s core values and rights.

The 40-year-old actress added that the “out of sight, out of mind” attitude is just unacceptable now, especially with what is happening in Syria. She asked other countries in the world, not just those in Europe, to take part in finally resolving the Syrian crisis. Jolie Pitt also encourages people not to stigmatize the refugees, especially those countries who have taken migrants in.

Finally, the actress also suggested that the United Nations Security Council should go and visit the region and come up with a long-term resolution to these conflicts.

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Article from: http://www.christianpost.com/news/angelina-jolie-everyone-must-help-syrian-refugees-144933/

Another Day Another Child Bombed by Assad Regime

Whoever say: “Long Live Bashar al-Assad”, “Next barrel bomb is on schedule”  has no conscious!

Yasser Rajab, a child from Douma, suffers from severe burns by Assad regime’s aircraft rocket attack. His mother and 4-year-old brother were killed by the airstrike. Douma Eastern Ghouta 6 Sept 2015

Yasser cries daily in pain from a missile attack.

Yasser not exceeding two years.. His people has been quoted an air raid malevolent burned his beautiful features and took his mother and his brother who is two years older, having demolished their house consisting of three floors above their heads.

Poor Yasser.. When he got out of care will open his eyes looking for his mother and his brother and won’t see them near him!

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Article: http://www.itv.com/news/2015-09-15/toddler-left-badly-burned-by-airstrike-which-destroyed-his-home-in-syria-continuing-to-recover-in-makeshift-hospital/