7 år har gått!!!

 
Överallt i media som socialla medier till tv och radio har alla hört om alla alla grymheter som händer i Syrien. Trots det så gick massakerna in på sitt 7 år idag. 7 år är lång tid. Trotts det har föga försöka att setta stopp för det gjorts. Nära inpå 400.000 har dödats och miljoner tvingats fly sitt land. Stad efter stad massakeras och folket får konstant fly. Konvojer med mat, vatten och medicin sends in en efter en. Mer parten utav dem kommer inte fram eller blir tömda vid regimens vägspärrar. Människor med cancer, kol, diabetes m.m får ingen vård för sjukhus är det, likt som skolor, som bombas först utav den Syriska regimen med alierad som Ryssland och Iran. Syrien har blivit ett spindelnät där ingen kommer ut eller in. Men ändå vill ingen setta stopp för vad Assad gör. 7 år är en lång tid. Men det finns alltid hopp.
Idag har det hashtagats #7wordsforsyria överallt. Hashtagen som Rädda Barnen skappade för att väcka uppmärksamhet om att barnen i Syrien har fått lida i 7 års tid. Vilka barn ska behöva börja sina liv i konstant fruktan och uppleva så mycket fasor? Ingen. Men varför startade de revolutionen då om de inte ville ha bråk? Jo när människor i en grupp lever i ett samhälle där dderas rättigheter är befintliga igemfört med resten utav folkets rättvisor, så får den gruppen nog till slut och ber om lika rättigheter åt alla. Var det fel? Nej fel är när ett lands ledare får frågan om inte alla kan få samma rättigheter och besvara det med att döda vuxna som barn och fängsla alla de hittar, som frågat detta. Alla människor är lika värda och ska inte behandlas olika. Alla människor ska ha rätt till liv och det som gör livet livsduggligt. 
 
Passar även på att hylla och säga farväl till skaparen utav #IAmStilAlive Han dog i en bombning utav Ghouta här om dagen. Inte bara spred han hopp och ljus runt sig. Hans vänlighet och kärlek till människor var så enormt stort. Vet inte hur han likt många andra i Syrien kan sprida sådan optemist och medkänsla till allt och alla och samtidigt sitta i helvetet på jorden. Men sådan var han och han kommer aldrig att glömmas bort. R.i.p broder <3
 
#StandWithGhouta
#SaveSyriasChildren
#FreeSyriaMedia
#SaveTheRest
 
https://www.genocideinsyria.org/
 
Avslutar med en qote utav Albert Einstein:
Den här världen är farlig. Inte på grund utav människorna i den. Utan för människorna som bara står och ser på utan att agera.

The Syrian Campagin - the Avicenna Women and Children´s Hospital!!!

Brev ifrån Dr. Khaled Almilaji:
 
(Länken: https://act.thesyriacampaign.org/donate/build-a-hospital/?t=7&akid=474.155773.1Mut4B)
 

Can you imagine giving birth underground?

This is the reality for many women in Syria. And while it is something no one should have to endure, giving birth underground in caves and basements is saving the lives of women and their newborn babies.

I have seen this first hand. I am a Syrian doctor, and have witnessed the full range of horrors medics and our patients must endure. Hospitals are systematically attacked from the sky by the Assad regime and Russia. The only thing that has been able to protect our medical staff and patients is going underground - moving our hospitals into caves and fortified basements.

I am working to launch the Avicenna Women and Children’s Hospital in Idlib and I need your help in the next two weeks to raise the final $100,000.

Our hospital will be the largest underground hospital in the province and will offer a full range of health services, including advanced surgeries and maternal health programs. We are creating a training program to provide surgeons and other medical staff with the skills to perform emergency c-sections, to meet this growing need and best serve the women in our community.

But the work is not yet complete. Before we open the doors of the hospital, we need to raise a final $100,000 to finish fortifying it to protect our patients and staff. Please give what you can, this is the most direct way you can save lives in Syria today.

Sincerely,

Dr. Khaled Almilaji

Chair, Sustainable International Medical Relief Organization (SIMRO)

Kat Fallon from The Syria Campaign here. Funding for underground and fortified hospitals is the number one demand of doctors and nurses across Syria. Major donor governments like the US, UK, and others, do not currently fund the fortification of hospitals because of bureaucratic regulations around emergency and long-term funding. We recently released a report with 13 leading Syrian medical organizations called Saving Lives Underground: The Case for Fortified Hospitals in Syria pushing these governments to do more. I’ll keep you updated on that progress, but in the meantime let’s support Khaled to finish crowdfunding for this lifesaving hospital. Please donate what you can.


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The chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun!!!

Ingen missade nog den hemska gas attacken i Syrien i går.  Tyvärr var det inte första gången folket i Syrien
utsattes för gas bombningar. Inte bara klorin har använts i mängder utav även Sarin har förekommit ett fler tall gånger och alla dessa attackare dödar så många......Gårdagen var änu en svart dag i Syriens historia och tyvärr är den inte slut än. Då regimen med Assad i spettsen fortsetter att neka vad de gjort mot sitt folk.
Ta en stund och läs vad Abed upplevde igår när och efter gas attacken ägde rum i Khan Sheikhoun.
Tack för eran tid <3
 
 
 

You may have heard about the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun in northern Syria. My friend Abed was at the scene and updating me on Whatsapp. He and others counted more than 60 people dead: suffocated by a poisonous gas from a bombing yesterday morning. Most of the photos that are being sent are of vulnerable people, little babies and the elderly. Chemical attacks affect their lungs the most and they are the first to die.

We thought we were done with chemical weapons, and especially with sarin gas. But the pictures I’m scrolling through look exactly like the ones I took four years ago in Eastern Ghouta. I survived the Syrian regime’s sarin gas attack there in 2013 where I was living and working as a war photographer.

I uploaded the photos and they were picked up around the world. Promises were made that it wouldn’t happen again. Red lines were drawn. World leaders guaranteed it.

Today I’m in Brussels where some leading European politicians are talking about pouring billions of dollars of reconstruction money into the regime responsible both for the chemical attack in 2013, the one today, and countless other war crimes in my country.

We have decided to mock these people and their unbelievable positions.

Please watch this 60 second video of the brand new device called PEG which shows how politicians are ignoring war crimes. Sometimes humour is the best way to make powerful people take action.

As a Syrian I am used to dark humour. It is how we survive the worst times. Humour is what makes us human. It will never be taken away from me.

I am furious that politicians from Europe and the US are considering cutting deals with Bashar al-Assad, while he continues to gas his own people. I’ll be out on the streets of Brussels with friends, launching this new satirical campaign that will shame those politicians who think it’s ok to cut deals with war criminals.

You can play a critical part by watching, signing and sharing the campaign at NosePeg.com. These politicians are obsessed with their media profiles, so if we can shame them online as well as in the real world, we can make them listen. When we reach 25,000 signatures we’ll deliver actual PEGs to those politicians looking to ignore war crimes in Syria.

Thanks,

Artino

 

The Syria Campaign is an independent advocacy group campaigning for a peaceful and democratic future for Syria. Our mission is to elevate the voices and demands of Syrian heroes.

Want to know what's happening in Syria? Start here with these figures telling you who is killing civilians: http://whoiskillingciviliansinsyria.org/

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Videon hittar ni här: https://www.facebook.com/TheSyriaCampaign/videos/1348214155270594/
Här kan ni stå med oss i kampen mot krigsbrott: https://www.nosepeg.com/en
Besök även: https://thesyriacampaign.org/?akid=454.155773._ol9qs&rd=1&t=3