Tag Archives: Children of Syria
If I stretch my soul between the disintegrating Earth and the pearly heaven If I stretch it gently and embroider it With red roses and white roses With blue birds and opal butterflies With meadows the colour of passionate green … Continue reading
I am calling these children whom you are going to see below our unknown reluctant heroes for the ordeals they have been through surpass the imagination. They have undergone the ordeals of fire, hunger, terrible injuries, amputated limbs, the loss … Continue reading
The great architect, the inimitable designer and planner of cities, the unique demolisher, the superb wrecker, Assad of Syria has created a masterpiece of ruins Hiroshima cannot vie with. This heap of broken images, this wasteland, this NOTHING, this primordial … Continue reading
A painting soaked in the blood of the child who painted it and a school destroyed by a missile in a never ending story
Pictures from an exhibition In a school in Aleppo the teachers thought to offer the war children some relief and the chance to express their feelings about the war … Continue reading
It matters, it matters a lot that one of the world’s greatest thinkers, a humanist at heart, is declaring what he thinks of the war in Syria and the failure of humanity to stop it. His point of view … Continue reading
Death Stalks the Syrian refugee camps as the snows fall and the winter screams in the wilderness. Babies freeze to death and old men and women shiver their lives to icy nothingness.
Picture by Nino Fezza NINO Fezza cinereporter Hello World …Old pictures … but always present … winter has arrived … Children of Syria, remember them..remember them.
Starvation: I accuse you world, I accuse you Obama, I condemn you Putin: Look at the image of Syrian childhood turning into stone under the gaze of the Medusa of hunger
O no, I am not going to warn you and apologize for the painful disturbing pictures of starving children, for I wish you you to gaze at them and keep a place for them in your hearts and perhaps do something about it. … Continue reading
When Gibran Khalil Gibran wrote his poetic novel Broken Wings, Syria and Lebanon were in the grip of a dream and latent aspirations for change, social, political and spiritual. The novel is a long anguished and climactic cry of a … Continue reading