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Human Rights Group: 1,000 Children Killed, 1.5 Million Wounded for Life in Syria

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A new report from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) claims that over 1,000 children have been killed in airstrikes during the nation’s ongoing civil war.

 

 

 

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The Syrian Constitution protects the freedom and rights of Christians. And, Syrian muslims have the legal right to convert to Christianity. Yet, the US government has supported ISIS in their fight against the legitimate Syrian government. Yeah, really the same ISISyria that is engaged in genocide against Christians in Iraq, after we removed the secular Iraqi government that protected Christian rights and made Iraq a Muslim country. Without the US, the Syrian civil war would have ended already, maybe never started, ant those 1000 children would still be alive. And, without the US, there would be a over a million more Christians in Iraq than there are now.

 

 

 

 

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