“Every man’s death diminishes me.”

The use of chemical weapons on a trapped and vulnerable civilian population is beyond atrocity and most certainly a crime against humanity, but consider this…

While the Health Department in Idlib Province where the recent Serin gas attacks took place reports 69 people died in this attack, the Syrian Network For Human Rights (SNHR) reports that from mid-March 2011 up until February 2017, the death toll for civilians has reached 207,000, 94% of which were at the hands of the Syrian-Iranian-Russian Alliance. Of the 207,000 civilians killed, 24,000 were children and 23,000 females. Whether by gas, gun or other means, atrocities are atrocities. The slaughtered don’t care how they were slaughtered. Pray for the Syrian people… and pray for an end to this savagery.

Published by Bosco O'Brian

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