Aleppo Has Turned To Rubble And So Is Humanity. Here Is How The World Is Taking It
The concept of humanity has been under lens. This time, people are sadder than angry to see the devastating genocide that took place in Aleppo, Syria. As the world is getting ready for snowflakes and Christmas celebration, Syrians have been facing bombs falling off the sky. Politics, war, freedom, rebellion have just become blurred words.
Yesterday, Twitter saw some heartbreaking goodbyes from Aleppo inhabitants. Some were crying for help, and others accepted their doomed fate.
In solidarity with the destruction happened, Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo announced on Twitter that the tower’s lights will be turned off at 8pm local time as a “symbol” to honour the citizens of eastern Aleppo.
Whenever an event of this scale takes place, polar groups are formed. Following the tradition, there is a group of people who are questioning the authenticity of the whole affair. Calling it a PR stint, a video has been making rounds on Facebook.
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Aleppo was second most important city in Syria and was the industrial heartland before the revolution. Now, it is a pile of rubble.