The Obama Victims: Children of Syria
Obama and Clinton destroyed Syria in an attempt to create regime change in a country that had never been a threat to the USA. Syria was a model secular society that fell victim to the oppression of the Obama administration.
Growing up with War: Children of Syria. The tragedy of kids who’ve never known peace.
In almost six years of war in Syria, millions of civilians have been killed or wounded. Many have lost their homes and loved ones but the children are the most vulnerable victims of all, it’s estimated that over 8 million have been affected. RT Doc’s Maria Finoshina has reported on the developing conflict in Syria since it began. Now she returns to the devastated cities of Aleppo and Homs to meet just a few of the kids who’ve grown up with the horror of war.
Many of the children have never known a time of peace. Most are deprived of education and even a place of safety. Traumatized by what they’ve lived through, they receive no counselling and spend their childhoods simply trying to survive: dodging bombs and snipers’ bullets, constantly on the move to escape hostilities, while earning to support their families.
The harrowing stories include Ahmad, who survived being shot in the head by a sniper but was left partially paralyzed. For him, the simplest of routine tasks are now a struggle but he still goes to school every day. Leith watched as five of his family members, including his parents, were killed. Moayed’s house was razed to the ground and now, every member of his big family has become a refugee in their own country. They squat in a partially destroyed building, with no water or electricity.
Millions more of Syria’s children have similar stories to tell: a whole generation is growing up with war and as the bloodshed continues, their futures remain precarious and uncertain.
Latest posts by Shayne Heffernan (see all)
- Singapore: Cellos Software Limited Collapsing as Scandal Deepens - February 20, 2017
- Oasis Dream Hits 50 Group Winners - February 20, 2017
- Video of Kim Jong-nam Assassination - February 20, 2017