What horror… What absolute horror.
A disturbing video that was posted at Hurriyet website shows a sweet little Syrian girl singing in a market right before a bomb explosion. This video reveals the utter devastation taking place in Syria today.
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It is not clear if the little girl was injured in the bombing.

Al-Arabiya says the bombing tool place in Aleppo in November.

Footage of a Syrian girl injured by a bomb while singing for freedom has gone viral online.

Syrian opposition activists broadcasted the emotional video that was filmed on the Nov. 16, 2012 in Aleppo.

The video shows a young girl singing before she is interrupted by a deadly bomb blast that erupted near her.

In the short video, young opposition activists appeared protesting and shouting against the regime carrying flags from the era of French rule in the 1920’s. They use these flags as markers of their revolution.

The song sung by the girl is symbolic.

“Hoping for freedom, hoping,” she laments, referring to the many young Syrians who are seeking freedom from Assad’s regime.

The opposition frequently uses videos and films that they post on YouTube and other social media sites to grab the world’s attention to their pains and suffering.

This footage in particular proved very popular; it was picked up by supporters of the opposition the world over.

Some social media users are saying “enough” to the bombs and the videos of innocent children being injured and killed every day.

 

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  1. (Disturbing Video)

    Then why show it?

    I refuse to watch a video of an angelic little girl being killed.

  2. unfortunately there is no good side in this conflict.

  3. So why was there never any outrage over George Bush’s bombs killing Iraqi children?

    After we invaded based on lies. Isn’t bombing for Imperialism even far worse?

    Please answer me that one.

  4. We invaded Iraq because democrats and republicans voted for the resolution to use force. We invaded Iraq because after we kicked Saddam out of Kuwait you liberals blamed blamed Bush 1 and the republicans that the reason Sadaam was still in place is because “you didn’t finish the job”. We invaded Iraq because the “oil for food” program set up by the UN was corrupt and not helping the “children” as it was supposed to do. We invaded Iraq because you liberals were screaming to high heaven that, “Children were dying because of the sanctions” set up by Clinton and the UN and it was “still the republicans fault. We invaded Iraq because Sadaam didn’t comply with the 16 sanctions that befell him from the UN. We invaded Iraq because he defied the inspectors and the world. With all this. You socialist/libs are still crying about it. Your mentally ill.

  5. “Isn’t bombing for Imperialism even far worse?” – The sentiment of someone who truly hates the US.

    Hey, Jharp, it is too bad you hate your country. I am sorry for you. If you think our country is bad now, wait until Obama and like socialists finish ruining it.

    Why don’t you do yourself a favor and move to a country you like, and BTW what country do you like? What country would you prefer? Answer that.

  6. We invaded Iraq so George Bush Jr. could show Daddy what a man he was.

  7. #5 February 6, 2013 at 7:43 pm
    Chippy commented:

    We invaded Iraq because George Bush and republicans lied to us about weapons of mass destruction.

    Period.

  8. ++

    it has been a horror for well over a year now, with over 60,000 dead,
    and the refugee count has most likely broken all previous ceilings../s/

    ==

  9. #6 February 6, 2013 at 7:43 pm
    BurrmaShave commented:

    “{Hey, Jharp, it is too bad you hate your country. ”

    Yeah right. From a guy who non stop 24/7 roots for America to fail, cheers when something doesn’t go our way, and does all one can to undermine our President without offering one single constructive suggestion.

    How about it BurrmaShave, where is that republican proposal to replace ObamaCare?

    It has been five years. Still working on it?

  10. jharp – where have you been. What chemical weapons in Syria do you think the Americans, Russians, Israelies, Jordanians, etc. are concerned about? Saddam Hussein’s WMD have been there before the start of the last war – keep up son.

  11. ++

    aah, the “back to square one” monkey’s.. :roll:

    jharp #8 February 6, 2013 at 7:58 pm

    January 30, 2004

    WMD

    [Anaysis. By Gregory R. Copley, Editor, GIS. Discussion and analysis
    of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) programs relating to the former
    Iraqi Administration of Pres. Saddam Hussein has seriously — and virtually
    from the beginning — missed the point. By focusing entirely on Iraqi WMD
    programs within the physical borders of Iraq, and by refusing to discuss
    contextual issues, the arguments missed the point that the bulk of the
    Iraqi WMD work since 1991 was conducted outside the borders of the
    country, this being a result of the lesson which Saddam derived from
    the 1991 Coalition war against him.

    There is a very substantial, historical chain of intelligence — much of
    which has been cited and verified by Global Information System (GIS)
    HUMINT sources over the past 14 years and some of which has been
    verified by external sources — resoundingly confirming this position,
    which can be summarized as follows:

    1. Documents Moved to Syria: In essence, documentation of that small
    portion of the WMD program which was administered directly in Iraq was
    moved, along with other sensitive material and resources, to the Hshishi
    Compound at al-Qamishli (Kamishli) in Syria, just near the Iraqi border, in
    August-September 2002. This was noted by GIS at that time.1

    2. R&D Conducted in Libya: The great bulk of the work on WMD and on
    associated missile delivery systems, however, was conducted since 1991
    in a partnership with Libya, and also with Egypt, at facilities in Libya, in
    order to keep the programs away from US and United Nations (UN) probes.
    That, too, was noted by GIS.2]

    scroll thread for more..

    August 23, 2004

    GWB

    [Two intelligence investigations show Bush had plenty of reason
    to believe what he said in his 2003 State of the Union Address.
    ]

    the peanut gallery re: WMD..

    “Now let me be clear – I suffer no illusions about Saddam Hussein. He is
    a brutal man. A ruthless man. A man who butchers his own people to
    secure his own power. He has repeatedly defied UN resolutions, thwarted
    UN inspection teams, developed chemical and biological weapons, and
    covert nuclear capacity. He’s a bad guy. The world, and the Iraqi people,
    would be better off without him.”

    State Senator Barack Obama (Democrat, Illinois)
    Speech at Federal Plaza, Chicago, Illinois
    October 2, 2002

    “Without question, we need to disarm Saddam Hussein. He is a brutal,
    murderous dictator, leading an oppressive regime … He presents a
    particularly grievous threat because he is so consistently prone to
    miscalculation … And now he is miscalculating America’s response to
    his continued deceit and his consistent grasp for weapons of mass
    destruction … So the threat of Saddam Hussein with weapons of mass
    destruction is real…”

    – Sen. John F. Kerry (D, MA), Jan. 23. 2003

    ==

  12. #12 February 6, 2013 at 8:15 pm
    bg commented:

    Got it. The buck stops everywhere except on President Bush, the Commander in Chief, right?

    It was clearly John Kerry’s fault for believing Bush, Powell, Rice, and Tenet and the other republican hacks, right?

  13. @Jharp.

    What country do you like? What country would you prefer? Answer that.

  14. @jharp

    What country do you like? What country would you prefer? Answer that.

  15. Don’t waste your time with that sniveling punk, jharp.

    He’s fifth-column scum, and should be treated as such.

  16. #15 February 6, 2013 at 8:25 pm
    BurrmaShave commented:

    @jharp

    “What country do you like? What country would you prefer? ”

    I like a lot of countries. If I had to go I’d opt for Australia, Canada, Uruguay. All have”socialized’ medicine that works really really well and cost less than half of what we pay.

    But the low taxes here are tough to beat. And the 40 years of paying into social security and medicare are tough to walk away from.

    How about you?

  17. ++

    jharp #13 February 6, 2013 at 8:20 pm

    no, the buck stops at the truth, you got it, you just don’t want to deal
    with it.. either that, or your bubble is impenetrable, of which i’m betting
    on the latter, that being denial to the nth degree, of which, in this case,
    either deliberately or intentionally on your part, of which i’m betting both
    apply..

    cry on..

    ==

  18. #18 February 6, 2013 at 8:36 pm
    bg commented:

    jharp #13 February 6, 2013 at 8:20 pm

    “no, the buck stops at the truth, you got it, you just don’t want to deal
    with it.”

    The “truth” is George Bush lied and led us to a war based on lies.

    And the republican brand is toast.



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