It is no one’s business
“On August 18, 2016, a five-year-old Syrian boy, Omran Daqneesh, was famous for Aleppo’s ‘boy in the ambulance’ and Aleppo’s bloodied boy.”
“Om October 21, 2016, a young refugee from Somalia who came to Germany to seek asylum and begin a new life in Europe was convinced by Neo-Nazis to throw himself from a tower block in Schmoelln, eastern Germany.”
Our neighborhood Hero
A former US Special Forces, David Eubank, 56, was running into the rain of bullets to save one children with a pink ribbon. He said, “If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand”. Also I like this word, “I believe God sent me here, and I don’t think about security… but I always ask myself if I’m doing it out of pride.”
A photographer, Abd Alkader Habak, was dashing towards an ambulance with the child and his camera in his arms. He said “This child was firmly holding my hand and looking at me”. And at another shot, he was sobbing on his knees near the boy’s body. “I was overcome with emotion,” he told CNN. “What I and my colleagues witnessed is indescribable.”
Three Children of Syria : Save our children
Do you remember ‘Alan Kurdi‘? You already know it. He appeared dead on the beach. While trying to go to Europe to avoid civil war, his mother(35) and his brother(5) were drowned. Then all the world wanted to help Syria refugees.
Do you remember ‘Omran Daqneesh‘? He was rescued after being buried in collapsed buildings in Syria Aleppo. One picture shocked people all over the world. He was sitting in an ambulance with stained with blood and dust. I cannot repress my astonishment.
This three children informed the world of the misery of the Syrian civil war. They changed world’s movement for Syria.
What can we do?
He was overwhelmed. Habak collapsed. We can do everything!!!!! It will not end in one moment of sentiment!! We can do it and It has to be me!