Oct 01, 2015

Petition · Barack Obama, United Nations Security Council,, United Nations Security Council: Stop the bombings that are killing Syrian civilians and turning millions into refugees. · Change.org

My name is Khaled, and I writing to you from Aleppo, Syria. It was Syria’s second biggest city, but millions have fled to escape the violence, and those who have stayed have their lives threatened by the bombs constantly dropped on the city. I am a White Helmet. We are a group of volunteer rescue workers who rush to the site of these bombings to rescue civilians. We have saved more than 23,000...

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