âsave aleppo


At this very moment, genocide is occurring in Aleppo, Syria. We are being tortured, raped, slaughtered, and basically exterminated indiscriminately. There is no aid, medicine, food, or tools of survival. There are no hospitals, schools, homes, or any safe haven. There is no body or causality count anymore, there are too many to be accounted for. The White Helmets have officially announced that they are essentially powerless and paralyzed; they have stopped counting the dead, only stopping to wrap bodies in orange bags. Men and male children are forcefully being conscripted into the regime army or massacred in mass executions. There are official reports of women asking their husbands to kill them before being conscripted or executed in fear of mass rape and other atrocities they may face. Aleppo and Hama have suffered chemical attacks that have left seemingly unharmed children lining mosque floors dead. The about 100,000 people left in the city that haven’t died or been displaced are moving from one neighborhood to the other as regime and Russian forces close in. They are running only to fruitlessly go through the action, only to feel like they are trying: it’s of no use. The city is blockaded and there are ongoing airstrikes. There is no way out. There is no escape. This is essentially a cat and mouse game. There is no hope. We are literally asking God for divine help and miracles.

There are claims that “Aleppo is falling”; however, it has FALLEN. Russian and regime offenses have taken 96% of the city. Officials say that Russia and the Syrian regime have agreed to a peace deal and/or ceasefire, but live reports from Aleppo confirm it has yet to be implemented. The siege is ongoing. There is no going back from this. What has occurred these past two days is a genocide that was live-streamed to a world still in denial about our suffering. All we asked for was an end to emergency/martial law, yet we received six years of pure agony

Humanity has failed us. The international community has failed us. We are the worst human rights violation since World War 2. We are Obama’s and the UN’s Rwanda. Please save us. Call your representative. Donate to the White Helmets, Syria Relief, Save the Children, etc. Spread the word. Tell the truth. Do anything you possibly can.

UPDATE: As of Wednesday, December 14th 2016, the Turkish-Russian peace deal and ceasefire has FAILED. Syrians have been waiting since 5 AM for evacuation busses and NONE HAVE ARRIVED. Regime and Russian forces have started shelling the city AGAIN.

Please, don’t forget us! This is not getting better, this getting WORSE. They have won. The city has COLLAPSED yet they will not cease their offense. This is still ongoing. This is a nightmare that will never end. We Syrians are trapped in this city with war crimes still happening! Please continue spreading the word.

UPDATE #2: As of Thursday morning, December 15, 2016, the ceasefire has (for the most part) been held. Preparations for evacuation are just about complete. There will be a safe passage from Eastern to Western Aleppo that the International Committee of the Red Cross will oversee. Evacuations should begin soon. We are hoping that Western Aleppo will react kindly to the under 100,000 civilians coming in from Eastern Aleppo and that it will be, for the most part, successful.

Just remember: surviving Eastern Aleppo citizens are being transported on busses that are overtly and excessively decorated with the face of their butcher. At least it’s a slight reprieve from the past couple of days. Please keep the residents of Aleppo in your thoughts and continue to spread the word.

UPDATE #3: First convoy of 1200 Aleppo evacuees have arrived at Idlib, of which 200 were immediately hospitalized and most in critical condition. A second convoy of about 1198 people has crossed the West Aleppo countryside and has just about arrived, as well. There may be a third evacuation convoy if all remains fairly unhindered.

Please keep in mind that remaining waiting Aleppo residents and even the evacuees are facing harsh winter conditions as homes have been destroyed and it gets brutally cold, especially during the night, in Syria. They are also facing extreme hunger. The Syrian regime is providing them with nothing more than transportation to Idlib. Continue to donate what you can and call your representatives.

This will be the last live update I can provide from Aleppo unless an emergency or crisis (more than the now usual) occurs or important updates must be made. Please keep spreading the word, supporting civilians in anyway you can, and remaining vigilant and informed on the crisis in Syria. International mainstream media failed us and many of you didn’t even know what was happening until you read this post. The Aleppo genocide was one of many crises over the past six years and will be one of many more. Keep Syria in your thoughts and prayers. Spread the word.

I just heard about what’s happening in Aleppo. I don’t know a lot because I’ve seen very little media coverage of it, but I do know innocent people are being executed in their own homes. I don’t know which side is executing them, but whether it’s the government or the rebels, people are still being MURDERED. Innocent people. Women and children. Their bodies are on the streets. People are filming the horrors in their city, sending out final goodbyes on twitter.

I normally try to keep my blog as free of politics and sensitive subjects as I can because I do not have the resources to get into a debate with people that might not agree with me, but I cannot stay mute on this.

This is a crime against humanity. It’s mass murder. It’s inhuman. Aleppo is falling right in front of our eyes, every second of it documented as evidence. This is a genocide, broadcasted for the entire world to see.

I thought “never again”. I thought “we learned”. But it’s happening again, and this time the victims are filming their own downfall.

I don’t know if there’s anything I can do to help. I feel lost and numb and incredibly frustrated. Please, if anyone who’s reading this knows what I can do, let me know.

My thoughts are scattered. I’m trying to find the right words, but I can’t form any proper sentences.

All I can say is:

I’m sorry.
I’m sorry.
I’m sorry.



Until this morning (Friday, December 16, 2016), approximately 8 buses carrying about 7500 civilians from Eastern Aleppo to either government backed Western Aleppo or also besieged Idlib. Now the the, the ceasefire, peace deal, AND evacuations HAVE BEEN OFFICIALLY SUSPENDED by Russia and the Syrian regime. This was after a deal reached on all sides that in exchange for evacuating Eastern Aleppo, militants (known as Fateh al-Sham) would allow 29 buses into two villages they’ve seized to transport the wounded.

However, Iran-backed Lebanese Hezbollah militants OPENED FIRE on the ninth convoy of Aleppo evacuees and has taken 800 HOSTAGES. The Syrian regime then demanded that the evacuation processes be halted, demanded the Int’l Red Cross to leave Eastern Aleppo, and shelling and bombardment HAVE BEGAN AGAIN in Eastern Aleppo. There are approximately 65,000 residents still held in that part of the city.

All communication has been cut and now we face a media blackout from Eastern Aleppo. Last communications were distress calls that confirmed Assad, Russia, and Iranian backed militias have resumed their assault on Aleppo.

We have been unable to communicate properly with anyone under siege from Eastern Aleppo. Seized convoy buses and hostages have reported horrors from Hezbollah militias. They are purposely rounding up men and male children, in front of their wives and mothers, and killing them in mass executions. Women are being kidnapped, raped, tortured, threatened with their husbands or children, and being sent back to besieged Eastern Aleppo. Some of these women have committed suicide (in some cases along with their children) in order to avoid the war crimes against them after their husbands are killed or taken away.

The peace deal has collapsed. We are back to square one. Aleppo residents and evacuees are either facing heavy bombardment and attacks in a blockaded city with no escape or facing amongst the worst crimes against humanity by militias and the regime as hostages seized in these convoys. The Red Crescent has expressed absolute shock at the deterioration of the ceasefire and evacuation deal. As of now, Eastern Aleppo and their evacuees are back to facing the horrors equivalent of the ones they faced earlier this week.

Once again, humanity and the international community has failed us. We are being butchered by our own government and its allies. The worst war crimes and violations of human rights are being committed against the most powerless people in the world. Please help. Continue to spread the word.

*NOTE: This post will be updated whenever I get new updates or anything urgent occurs. When reblogging, go back to the original post/blog to ensure that you are getting the most updated version of events.*


You dont have to be neither Syrian or Muslim to feel their pain you only need to be Human !
Aleppo, Syria in the past 8 days :
260 airstrikes,110 artillery strikes
18 missiles 86 bombs.
217 men, women and child were killed and it goes on …
Everyday Russian and govrn military airstrikes pound rebel-held areas of Aleppo which is one of the oldest cities in the world.
Airstrikes are hitting every home of innocent families, Every hospital full of childern and patients and even the food and vegetables markets which are always crowded with women and childern.
The first pic is about a girl crying infront of her mother’s body after she had been killed of an airstrike .
The world is being so blind and so silent.
Where’s the damn humanity where are the damn human rights ????

Please reblog this to let the world know whats going on in Aleppo.
Pray for Aleppo



As of Tuesday, December 20th, 2016: 

After Russia threatened to veto a UN resolution regarding approved UN monitors to monitor evacuations from Aleppo, Syria, a compromised agreement was made and the resolution passed. 

Since then, evacuations from besieged Eastern Aleppo have been made to the countryside of regime-held Western Aleppo. Yesterday, 18 buses picked up evacuees at the standpoint of Rashideen. Over 400 buses have transported civilians, but about 20,000 civilians still remain in Eastern Aleppo. If all goes fairly unhindered (crimes of abuse, threats, and humiliation are consistently occurring despite evacuations), by nightfall of the 20th or early the 21st in Syria, Eastern Aleppo should finally be emptied of it’s brave resilient children who stood up to four years of assault from Russia, Iran, and the regime in the name of democracy and freedom.  

Ground breaking small on ground humanitarian aid groups, like the Karam Foundation, Live Updates from Syria, and the White Helmets, have provided warm food, blankets, and the necessities to all evacuees so far to combat the freezing temperatures that currently plague Aleppo and greater Syria to prevent anymore deaths from hunger, the cold, and critical injuries like those that have occurred this past week. 

In other news, Bana Alabed and her family, the family that live blogged their lives in besieged Aleppo on Twitter, were also evacuated. The orphanage of about 50 children that made headlines for a frightening and moving video posted during the height of the Aleppo genocide were also all evacuated. 

This may be (and hopefully will be as we cannot take anymore suffering) the end of the fall and genocide of Eastern Aleppo. We will not forgive and we will not forget the deafening international silence that responded to our blockaded screams for mercy and help. 

We will never forget the horrors of the Aleppo genocide of December 13th to December 18th. We will never forget Aleppo. 

UPDATE #1: Regime checkpoint seized final civilian convoy from besieged Eastern Aleppo. It is not expected to move for hours; estimated to not move again until dawn in Syria. Hundred of civilians, including children, will be waiting with no food or shelter in subzero temperatures. We hope the convoy will be allowed to move as soon as possible.

*NOTE: This post will be updated whenever I get new updates or anything urgent occurs. When reblogging, go back to the original post/blog to ensure that you are getting the most updated version of events.*

the Syrians’ suffering will end and they’ll have unending bliss and peace in Jannah but what the hell will happen with us? we failed them so badly.





and forgive us for failing our brothers and sisters so badly.

their suffering will end just like our humanity ended


The UN will vote this morning (Sunday, December 18th 2016) on a French-introduced resolution to monitor the evacuation of Aleppo’s citizens due to the consistent breaking of ceasefire and peace talks by Assad’s regime, Russia, and Iran-backed militias.

In a totally unsurprising move, Russia is expected to VETO.

Why are people so senseless and heartless? Most people usually pass by the civil war in Syria and think of it as a problem in another place.
I think about it every day and night.
I think about it when I’m in school, when I’m sitting in a classroom, learning and discussing, while children are literally dying from air strikes in Syria.
I still can’t believe that a hospital, teaming with thousands of doctors, nurses, patients of all kind, and children, was targeted by an air strike. I’m heartbroken by this fact and I can’t seem to wrap my head around it. I still can’t believe it’s been FIVE YEARS OF THIS FUCKING CIVIL WAR AND NATIONS LIKE OURS AND THE UNITED NATIONS HAVE YET TO INTERVENE TO STOP THE VIOLENCE
Fuck the United States and parts of the European Union for refusing to take in Syrian refugees who are in desperate need of a home
Fuck Russia for intervening and Bashar al-Assad’s behalf
Fuck the west for not paying attention to the violence and heartlessness that is occurring, you only cry when bombs hit Europe every few years, never when bombs hit Aleppo every day
And finally
Fuck Bashar al-Assad for killing his own people, for igniting this violent civil war, and displacing millions of his own civilians as refugees, your a heartless son of a bitch, who deserves to be killed and his senseless, cold heart to be buried with him

The situation is absolutely horrifying in Syria. I cry and sob for the people of Syria, and I continue to think about the children on a daily basis. I cried when I saw a video on BBC of children being carried by rebels in Aleppo running from a building that has been bombarded, was on fire, and was likely collapsing. I can never forget the scene of a little boy crying out for his parents-screaming for them, as the solider takes them to a van to get them out of the city to safety. The picture of little Aylan Kurdi’s body washed up on the Turkish beaches. Or the video of a mother sobbing as she holds the body of her child in her arms.
This is all horrifying and painful to even look at. We as a society need to stand together and demand that the UN step in on the behalf of the Syrian people and stop the violence.
UN, please #savesyria


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