قناة الرايات السود المشرقية
It is common to see a picture of a Syrian army soldier flashing a victory sign after some recent success in battle, while in the background most buildings in the town lie in ruins, and the former residents of the area are living elsewhere in refugee camps.
More than (400,000) Syrians have been killed in the four-year war, at least one million have been wounded, and an estimated twelve million Syrians which is half of Syrias population are refugees, An entire generation of Syrian children are growing up without an education in a landscape laid to waste.
In this sense Syria has become hell on Earth, How did this happen?
Be it the Ottomans, the British, the French or exclusive Syrian clans every single one of them has eventually brought nothing but misery to Syria, The Syrian people were victims of a constant power struggle between different occupiers and tyrants that would benefit the Syrians only as long as it kept them in power and that would sacrifice anything – the country, its people, their dignity – to stay in charge of the country. At the end of the day the reasons are always the same: money, geopolitics, thirst for power and control. And this is why today Syria lies in ruins.