Greater Syria

I first want to silence a while for the martyrs, in respect to their bravery, to their conscience, to the death they saw in their eyes, and to civilians, who saw death…Alive. What I am about to describe now is 19 minutes into the destruction and mayhem caused by one airstrike only on Al Zebdeyyeh district in Aleppo city on the 29th of November, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. in the afternoon. This is how I lived it as I am abroad, my heart and soul so close to them but body is too far, too far to help in reaching the casualties, too far in wiping the tears off the martyrs’ families’ eyes, too far from burying the martyred children, women, and men.

One airstrike, one explosion, and the whole city shakes, the whole city wakes up, in fear, terrified, dreaded. Civilians rush to the scene, trying to stay calm, to stay…

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