Humanity was killed in Syria

 

Syria has been  one of dark story for the history of humanity since civilian war was started.  This catastrophic war is getting worse from year after year. Five years after civilian war in Syria thousand people fled the country and  thousand people include children died as well. According to latest data from United Nations (UN) envoys about 400.000 people killed during civilian war. On the other hand, civil activists from the ground say that official numbers do not diverge from real numbers. They say that real number are more than it is published by international reports.

 

Idlip was the latest target  of Syrian airstrikes.  Airstrikes hit the Idlib province on Tuesday morning. According to activists, Syrian airstrikes used poisonous gas during air attack. The results of the latest airstikes of Syrian government is catastrophy. At least 70 people, including at least 10 children, have been killed in what is suspected to be one of the deadliest chemical attacks in Syria in years, activist groups say.

 

What next ?

The common question in people’s mind  is what is going to happen next ?. Is there any possibility for another attacks and more innocent death?. Syrian government  rejects it responsibility the use of chemical gas toward civilians. But, this is not the first deny of government. As long as the Syrian government does not take responsibility of attacks and international community continue to be quite. it seems like strikes will continue. Haid Haid, a Syrian columnist and researcher, told CNN that he thinks the United States is “not interested in any way challenging the rule of Assad.” “The regime has been systematically using small scale (chemical) attacks over a long time in order to normalize the use of those attacks,” said Haid, an associate fellow at Chatham House, an international policy think tank based in London.

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