"Why are you killing our children?"


"Why are you killing our children?"

Added date : 2016-05-08 10:13

ADANA - ​Syrians living in Adana, held a press release to draw attention to the massacre in Aleppo.

Syrian hope community that was formed by the Syrians living in adana, held a press release in order to draw attention to the increasing massacres especially the massacre in Aleppo. As a scoop of the press release that also the local NGOs supported, while Assad regime and Russia were condemned, also prayers were done for those who lost their life in the massacre.

Gathering at 5 Ocak square of Adana after the Friday prayers hundreds of Syrians including men and women, held a press meeting an opened banners with writing “Why are you killing our children”. Speaking in the beginning of the program that also 10s of NGOs in Adana supported Adana Humanitarian relief vice chairman Mahmut Eraslan, said that they gathered to condemn massacres in Syrian and to condemn them.

Eraslan says: “While we were preparing the content of this press release they also attacked to the tents that Syrian civilians including women and children took shelter in for the security reasons. And in these attacks 60 people were martyred. We condemn these persecutors; we refer them to Kahhar Allah.”

The press release was read by Mohammad Mohammad  in Arabic and Turkish languages. In the press release that started with “Why are you killing children”  expression, says: “In Syria there is no a war but a massacre. From the wreckage of houses that destroyed by bombs, dead bodies of babies, children, women and old people found.”

“Why are you silent towards these massacres”

Indicating that as Syrians they are voicing to Europe and all the world Mohammad, says: “We don’t discriminate people as : Those from Aleppo, Bayirbucak (Turkman) or Ayn Al-Arab. We are brothers, human. Why are you silent towards these massacres.”

The world didn’t stay with Syrians

Indicating that they don’t understand why the Islamic world and scholars are silent while Assad and Russia are targeting Aleppo Mohammad , says: “The world didn’t try to back Syrians. We trust Allah completely and we only expect help from him. Allah will protect the victims.”

In the press release that attenders were bringing takber, was ended after the prayers for those who lost their lives in Syria.” (ILKHA) 

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