syria’s children

A Plea From The Heart of a Syrian Father

We are talking to the people of your country, not the government. the people to see how we are living. The children of Syria are dying! Put yourselves in our shoes. We are humans. We respect humanity. We respect humans.

We are talking to the citizens, to the people. how everyone, especially mothers, feel when their children sleep healthy and full of food, while our children are hungry or sick. How do you feel about that? The father when he goes to sleep feeling desperate because he cannot afford to feed his children, while the child in your country sleeps full.

We are people. We are dying because of hunger. We are dying for lack of healthcare. Just empathise with us as humans. We have nothing to do with the war – we do not like war. We respect humanity in all the regions of the world. We are talking to you, asking you for help, as humans. no more. no less.

Bassam, Father

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NOBODY HELP, WE ARE DYING!

Stolen Future – Casualties of the Syrian Civil War

Some 9 million people have been forced from their homes in war-torn Syria. Many now remain within the borders with no home to go to and no possessions. There are over 3 million refugees, three quarters of them being women and children, seeking safety and shelter across neighboring countries. Many are injured from continuous bombing and shelling. They have no regular food and no income.

More than 6 million children are affected by the brutal, three-year-old conflict in Syria. Men, women and children are suffering through no fault of their own.

Please donate what you can to help children of Syria:
https://www.unicefusa.org/donate/help-syrian-children

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Read more articles:
http://www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/publications/briefing_papers_and_reports/stolen_futures

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/23/world/middleeast/un-raises-estimate-of-dead-in-syrian-conflict-to-191000.html?_r=0

http://www.khaleejtimes.com/kt-article-display-1.asp?xfile=data/international/2014/July/international_July199.xml&section=international