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Seven-Year-Old Refugee Asks The World – ‘Why Can’t You Stop The War?’


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Just when you think it can’t get any worse, it does. For years now, we’ve been witness to the wanton destruction if the Syrian state from within. As the government targets its own people in a veiled attempt to “destroy” the rebellion, what has resulted is a tragedy of international proportions. A recent chemical attack is mere inexcusable icing on a sour, bitter cake, and it’s once again brought scrutiny on the country’s leadership as well as focus on the conflict’s real victims – the children.

t is estimated that nearly half a million civilians have died during this inexplicable tragedy, with many of those being women, children, and the elderly. The Syrian government has been heavily criticized for what it has done, with some going so far as to declare the leaders war criminals. Now, one little girl is pleading with the rest of the world for help. In her mind, it’s the only way to stop the cruel carnage.

During an interview with CNN, seven-year-old refugee Bana Alabed, already a fixture on social media for her Twitter insights into the situation in Aleppo, believes no one cares. Speaking via Skype, the child told CNN “I am very sad. A lot died and no one helped them. The world is watching. The world doesn’t do anything,” and when asked to fix the blame, they pulled no punches. When asked if Syrian President Assad was to blame, she gave an emphatic “YES.”

During an interview with CNN, seven-year-old refugee Bana Alabed, already a fixture on social media for her Twitter insights into the situation in Aleppo, believes no one cares. Speaking via Skype, the child told CNN “I am very sad. A lot died and no one helped them. The world is watching. The world doesn’t do anything,” and when asked to fix the blame, they pulled no punches. When asked if Syrian President Assad was to blame, she gave an emphatic “YES.”

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