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Syrian Refugees: The not so fun Facts Infographic. The Syrian War now enters its 4th year. Millions of Syrians have been displaced, ½ of whom are children left without proper schooling. If the situation does not improve dramatically, Syria risks ending up with a generation disengaged from education & learning. | infographic | Dubai

Syrian Refugees: The not so fun Facts Infographic. The Syrian War now enters its 4th year. Millions of Syrians have been displaced, ½ of whom are children left without proper schooling. If the situation does not improve dramatically, Syria risks ending up with a generation disengaged from education & learning. | infographic | Dubai

Damascus, Syria, Before And After - War destroys everything it touches.  Now imagine that first one as a street in California.  It could be, you know; someday.  This is much how people felt about the Civil War too.  That one was the last major war on American soil

Damascus, Syria, Before And After

Damascus, Syria, Before And After - War destroys everything it touches. Now imagine that first one as a street in California. It could be, you know; someday. This is much how people felt about the Civil War too. That one was the last major war on American soil

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”

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”

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this man alaa who feeds stray cats in Syria each day is proof there can still be room for caring, compassion in face of extreme violence, every day he spends the equivalent of $4 worth of raw meat, driving to Masaken Hanano, district of Aleppo that has now become uninhabited - many of the cats were pets thus wouldn't know how to deal with things themselves - just great

this man alaa who feeds stray cats in Syria each day is proof there can still be room for caring, compassion in face of extreme violence, every day he spends the equivalent of $4 worth of raw meat, driving to Masaken Hanano, district of Aleppo that has now become uninhabited - many of the cats were pets thus wouldn't know how to deal with things themselves - just great

London (Hammersmith & Fulham) 2010 - Hundreds of homes across London suffer flooding as heavy rain persists all night.

Hundreds of homes suffer flooding in London

London (Hammersmith & Fulham) 2010 - Hundreds of homes across London suffer flooding as heavy rain persists all night.

‘Thank God, there are almost no Jews in Syria now,’ says the woman who rescued most of them

‘Thank God, there are almost no Jews in Syria now,’ says the woman who rescued most of them

Where Top Lawmakers Stand on Syria: Now and in 2013 - The New York Times

Where Top Lawmakers Stand on Syria: Now and in 2013 - The New York Times

Ugaritic cuneiform was named after Ugarit, the city state where it was used in what is now Syria. It was probably created sometime during the 14th century BC. Ugaritic cuneiform outwardly resembles other cuneiform scripts and has a sound system based on consonant alphabets such as Phoenician/Canaanite. Ugarit flourished from the 14th century BC until 1180/70 BC, when it was destroyed.

Ugaritic cuneiform was named after Ugarit, the city state where it was used in what is now Syria. It was probably created sometime during the 14th century BC. Ugaritic cuneiform outwardly resembles other cuneiform scripts and has a sound system based on consonant alphabets such as Phoenician/Canaanite. Ugarit flourished from the 14th century BC until 1180/70 BC, when it was destroyed.

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