Syrian Girl Who Live Tweeted Her Life In Aleppo Has House Bombed

Written by Ana Krneta
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The Syrian Civil War has been going on now for 5 years. The conflict between government forces loyal to President Assad and the rebels began as a result of the Arab Spring in 2011. Assad refused to step down when his people demanded it, and he has used violence to retain whatever power he can.

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The country has not seen peace since 2011, and among the rebels and the government forces, they are also other countries and groups involved. Thanks to the advent of social media, people living in this nightmare are able to show their experience to the world. It's best to hear things from the horse's mouth as they, rather than depend on various international news outlets that may or may not have an agenda to push.

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Aleppo is the biggest city in Syria, and also the site of the most conflict. Aleppo is under the control of Syrian rebels, and it has been under almost constant attack from Syrian government forces and their Russian allies. Bana Alabed is a 7-year-old girl living in Aleppo who has been documenting her waking reality on Twitter.

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Bana, with her mother Fatemah's help, has offered a unique and raw perspective on daily life inside a war torn city. It can also be argued that it's the perspective of the those who are most innocent in conflict who end up suffering the most.

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Aleppo is the biggest city in Syria, and also the site of the most conflict. Aleppo is under the control of Syrian rebels, and it has been under almost constant attack from Syrian government forces and their Russian allies. Bana Alabed is a 7-year-old girl living in Aleppo who has been documenting her waking reality on Twitter.

Bana, with her mother Fatemah's help, has offered a unique and raw perspective on daily life inside a war torn city. It can also be argued that it's the perspective of the those who are most innocent in conflict who end up suffering the most.

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