Sep 06, 2015

Petition · Global War or Global Unity ? ·

Aylan Kurdi , a 3 year old Syrian boy who fled the civil war in his country with his family, was washed ashore on a Turkish beach. Every day, children, women, men meet this terrible fate. What is unfolding on Europe’s doorstep today is a migration crises unparalleled in recent history. It is a humanitarian crises beyond measure . The death toll continues to rise with the surging number of...

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