Dear world, there's intense bombing right now. Why are you silent? Why? Why? Why? Fear is killing me & my kids. – Fatemah #Aleppo
— Bana Alabed (@AlabedBana) December 14, 2016
The fact that Trump would rather troll Vanity Fair than get briefed on Aleppo is sociopathic. https://t.co/GLqR2BlYS9
— David Kushner (@davidkushner) December 15, 2016
'I'm leaving Aleppo and its not my choice': Scenes of a mass exodus of Syrians from east Aleppo pic.twitter.com/4o1xYDQdQ5
— Middle East Eye (@MiddleEastEye) December 15, 2016
i'm so sad about whats going on in aleppo…. what has this world come to?
— Jonah • WHY DONT WE (@JonahMarais) December 15, 2016
Syrian man from Aleppo: 'And with Allāh's permission, we will return. We will return.' pic.twitter.com/Lpavp7kcYN
— Sakir Khader (@sakirkhader) December 15, 2016
"O nations of Muslims, do you not hear, do you not witness, do you not see how the women are raped…"
— Kun Fayakun كن فيكون (@schumelli1) December 15, 2016
My heart hurts to see what is happening right now in #Aleppo 💔
— Fatih Seferagic (@FatihSeferagic) December 15, 2016
— L I A M ❄ (@mackiesbabe) December 15, 2016
— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) December 15, 2016
Evacuations began for thousands of civilians and rebels from Syria’s eastern Aleppo on Thursday, but for many, fleeing their homes means leaving one war zone for another.
Most of the civilians will be taken to rebel-controlled area in the neighboring province of Idlib, one of the few remaining footholds rebel groups still have in the country — and most likely the regime’s next target for recapture. Rebel fighters were also being allowed to move there.
Approximately 3,000 people and more than 40 wounded were brought out of eastern Aleppo during the first two evacuations on Thursday, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Syria, Marianne Gasser, said in a statement. – CNN