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"Why the Syrians Can't Just Go Back Home": ISIS Reality [Warning: Graphic Content] -

19.11.15

"Why the Syrians Can't Just Go Back Home": ISIS Reality [Warning: Graphic Content] -: Many people don’t seem to have any real concept of what kind of reality the Syrian people have been facing at the hands of ISIS and what horrors they are trying to escape. People look at the thousands of fleeing innocents as terrorists in disguise; they ignore the innocent children who are drowning trying to flee a land that wants them dead.

Here is a bit of reality for those who have forgotten. Here is what people in Syria have experienced, and what we are encouraging them to return to by refusing them access to our nation.


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