Posted on 09. Jun, 2016, in Charity, Church Teachings, Conflict, Death, Grief, War / Civil UnrestNo Comments
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Michael Zammit SJ, the Middle East Director of Jesuit Refugee Service visited Aleppo, Syria shortly after the air strikes on the city hospital. He condemns what he sees as a deliberate targeting of hospitals to drive people out of the city. However he added that despite the bombings life in Aleppo was continuing in a quasi-normal way. Their biggest danger being was an inability for food and supplies to get in. He added that the international community needed to cut off arms and money for the fighting to stop. He explained more to Pat Coyle.
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