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War in Syria  This isn’t just “War in Syria”. This is the mass exodus of people from Yarmouk, a Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus that has been under siege by the Assad government and military since 2013. Yarmouk, where ISIS is now trying to make theirs. That is the victim of barrel bombs launched by a brutal regime. Fuck you and your war porn. Taking a picture of thousands of people fleeing their homes and haphazardly describing it as “war in Syria”

This is the mass exodus of people from Yarmouk (Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus that has been under siege by the Assad Government since Yarmouk, where ISIS is now trying to make theirs; that is the victim of barrel bombs launched by a brutal regime

The Magnificent “Dead Cities” of Ancient Syria

The Magnificent "Dead Cities" of Ancient Syria

The Dead Cities, called Ancient Villages of Northern Syria by UNESCO, are a collection of Byzantine towns of architectural significance in the Al-Bara region.

Marrakech souks  Pure torture! My ultimate travel dream! Shopping the souks of morocco, syria and middle east!

Moroccan Grandeur: Inspiration, Colours & Styling

Gorgeous colors and patterns! My ultimate travel dream! Shopping the souks of morocco, syria and middle east!

Damascus, Syria. Here is where I will wander ancient streets and think about all the history around me. But I will make friends there among the ladies, and together we will marvel at the architecture and giggle about things beneath our veils and go shopping in the market and barter with the sellers.

Merchants and craftsmen have sold their wares outside the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus, Syria for hundreds of years. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. by Christopher Herwig, Aurora

In Syria, sleeping between his parents. Assad needs to be tried as a genocidaire for doing this to his own people. As of 5.11.16, the stats are:  4.8 million Syrians are refugees, and 6.5 million are displaced within Syria; half of those affected are children. (WorldVision) The kids are recruited into fighting, sexually exploited, or used as human shields.

In Syria, Sleeping between his parents.

Staged photo: Orphaned Syrian Boy Sleeping Between His Parents’ Graves. As this image went viral people assumed it showed a child whose family had been killed during the conflict in Syria. Assume nothing and question everything.

Our+Syria,+our+Syria

Our Syria, our Syria

Actually, whilst far too many people don't care, I and many others do. Innocent blood spilt in Syria is just as innocent as blood spilt anywhere else!!

Actually, whilst far too many people don't care, I and many others do. Innocent blood spilt in Syria is just as innocent as blood spilt anywhere else! And also paris is important too but barely anybody cares about syria

Look at her face. She's so chubby and baby-like. How could anyone inflict this much on children, or anyone?

PP: The saddest thing ever >>> no understands the convoluted politics that infest her part of the world, but too many of them understand the consequences of them.

This is why the Syrian refugees cannot simply "go back to where they came from."

The Syrian Refugee Crisis Is a Result of the USA's Foreign Policy. The devastation seen in this image was caused by America under W. Conservatives are screaming because Obama says he'll take in refugees. Meanwhile, Germany will take refugees.

Pelo Mundo...  Palmira, hoje Tadmor, era uma antiga cidade na Síria central, localizada num oásis a cerca de 210 km a nordeste de Damasco. A localização estratégica da cidade, aproximadamente a meio da distância que vai do mar Mediterrâneo até ao rio Eufrates, tornou-a num ponto de paragem obrigatório para muitas das caravanas que seguiam aí a sua rota comercial. O nome "Palmira" refere-se, tal como o prenome feminino, às palmeiras — árvore que supostamente existiria aí em grande quantidade.

Roman Ruins, Palmyra, with Qalat ibn Maan looming in the background,Syria - 2010

Site of Palmyra, Syria - What an experience! From Damascus, driving down to Palmyra and seeing some amazing sights was exhilarating! The hypogeums ("Valley of the Tombs"), going to one of the oldest churches where Aramaic is still spoken, the colonnades and the arches, it's all worth a visit if you ever get a safe chance!

Site of Palmyra, Syria - What an experience! From Damascus, driving down to Palmyra and seeing some amazing sights was exhilarating! The hypogeums ("Valley of the Tombs"), going to one of the oldest churches where Aramaic is still spoken, the colonnades a