Thursday, 6 December 2012

Syria: Situation in Aleppo


A resident of Aleppo reports on the current situation in the Syrian city.

The “Aleppo Guy” reports from his neighbourhood in this Syrian city how the Western freedom is brought to you by the Western-backed “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), forced people to be innovative and open street shops, an unprecedented phenomenon in this part of Aleppo.

From clothes to PC parts (yes! PC parts!), residents have established street shops in order to come to the need of their fellow citizens, although

The economy of the Syrian city of Aleppo has been hit hard:

After the Western-backed “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) terrorists fulfilled the murderous and vile wish of their Turkish masters and the other masterminds behind the plan to destabilize Syria and they destroyed factories and shops in Aleppo (Halab), Turkey flooded the market with illegal, out-dated Turkish goods.

It is also important to add that both bread (a daily food product) and fuel (essential for every day’s life) are now extremely expensive and that the entire situation is also decreasing for the residents of Aleppo because of the hypocritical sanctions by Western governments.

Sanctions that always hit the population first and just rarely harm the “elite” of this country. (Bread is 150 Sp for 6 loafs while it used to be 25 for 13 loafs.)

In addition, these dubious, violent and armed members of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) are stealing wheat in Aleppo and selling it to Turkey while fuel tanks are being targeted as “regime owned”.

This alone constitutes crimes against humanity. But Aleppo resists and will continue resisting, thanks to its brave and courageous citizens.

Stay strong, brothers and sisters!

River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian
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