Children of Syria are calling for the conscience of humanity

By Bahdin Sevo Sindi Children of Syria are calling for the conscience of humanity.    ALEPPO, Syria 7th February 2016 (thenewmail).  According to World News agencies were ,more than 40,000 Syrian refuge are fleeing to Kilis and other Turkish cities along the Syrian and Turkish border.

Children of Syria are calling for the conscience of humanity
More than 40,000 Syrian refugees are stranded at the Turkish border as they flee the Northern city of Aleppo amid increased violence and Russian airstrikes in support of President Bashar al-Assad’s government.Above a Syrian woman carries her child as she is looking for her relatives in the rubble of destroyed houses following what local activists say was an airstrike by Russian in the rebel-held area of Kallasah, outskirts of Aleppo, Syria, 30 October 2015. Photos by Ameer Alhalbi/ UPI | License Photo
















According to CNN a U.N. official said nearly 321,000 civilians reside in the area east of Aleppo held by the rebels, families are fleeing in large groups towards Kilis, going back to Aleppo is impossible, because all routes are closed.

Bashar Al Assad’s government has made  an advance on rebels territory in support with Russian airstrikes,civic organizations has declared Aleppo city is already under the siege. Saturday morning were more than 40,000 people seeking refuge outdoor in need shelters food and humanitarian aid,Turkish Government still not allowing people to cross the border.

Arguing they don’t need to host more people in Turkey, and they will supply food and blankets Governor of Kilis said. The flow of refugees will lead to the creation of acute crises in Europe especially today the European society has become alarmed at the influx of refugees, because of the improper conduct of some refugees in Germany and Belgium.

Yes non-regular immigration can lead to many crises, but the international community needs to act very fast to tackle and find a reasonable remedy. Humanitarian aid needed urgent because Alan the Kurdish kid’s story is repeating every day.

By Bahdin Sevo Sindi