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Kate Bolduan Of CNN Starts To Cry Detailing Story Of Bloodied Syrian Child Omran Daqneesh

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posted on Aug, 19 2016 @ 10:20 PM
any british labour members remember hilary benn, his speech begging labour mps to vote for bombing, all sides of the house applauding?

how labour mps claimed corbyn was wrong, angela eagle kickstarting a leadership election and now owen smith, pro bombing these countries 'in the name of freedom' the only opponent.
the tories claim of 'no collateral damage'.
tony benn will be turning in his grave at the thought his son, stands against every virtue he stood for.
here is the great man arguing against bombing iraq in 1998.

notice a younger corbyn behind him?
heres the elder benn giving a history lesson, pretty apt for the americans here too.

tony benn the best leader we never had.

posted on Jun, 6 2017 @ 08:44 AM
a reply to: Dr UAE

New photos emerge of Omran Daqneesh, the boy who became a symbol of Aleppo's suffering

New photographs have emerged of Omran Daqneesh, the little Syrian boy whose image was seen around the world as a symbol of the suffering of Aleppo.

Three-year-old Omran became a global icon last August after his home was bombed by Russian or Syrian regime forces in the final months of the siege of Aleppo.

In photographs published on social media on Monday he appears healthy and recovered and is sitting on his father’s knee.

Omran’s image was widely used to illustrate the brutality of the Assad regime as it tried to crush the opposition in Aleppo, Syria’s largest city.

But his family, like many others in rebel-held east Aleppo, are reported to have remained loyal to the regime throughout the siege.

They refused all media interviews and reportedly went into regime-held west Aleppo when they had a chance.

The family was interviewed this week by several pro-regime Syrian and Lebanese television channels. In a clip from one interview, Omran's father said rebel groups and the international media wanted to use his son to attack the Syrian regime.

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