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Topic - War in Syria
Posted: October 10 2016 at 5:43am By Medclinician

Reposting this which was mentioned by Hillary Clinton in the debate last night. It is a reality that Aleppo is a human tragedy and a caualty of the terrible war in Syria. There are no winners when the cost of this conflict are women and children who do not know or understand the neverending bombs which have destroyed their home. If the true horror of such a war is ever brought to American shores perhaps then people will begin to understand. As terrible as 9-11 was and two huge buildings collapsed and thousands died, imagine if all of New York were reduced to rubble as Allepo is. Much like it has been said - if those over 30 were required to go fight in wars - there would be no more wars. We live now in a global economy and cultural planet. Everything effects us - all religions - cultures - races - genders and countries. We must effectively learn to work together to end it - or there will never be peace.