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The War in Syria has disintegrated an entire Country

The battle in Syra continues to run a ruin.  Leaving at-least 7 villages deystroyed. A man recalls twenty-one of his relatives being killed. The war is ripping apart families. Men watch their houses get raided as their families abducted, then terrorist rape the woman in front of their families. This war is vilating these people human-rights and culture. In syrian; it is tradition to wait for marriage. Each woman has been persecuted by their families after they have been victimized by something that is out of their will-power. Some never accepted back into their family homes. The woman are also raped in prison then sent pictures of the crime to their husband. One woman exclaimed she seen her friend raped before her eyes in the detition centor. After her friend was raped, she seen her friend that was pregnant get group raped by multiple men. Before the torture started she was dragged out of her home. Then brought to a location she can not even recall. A person was sitting at the front desk eating pitaschios. He threw them at her and preceed to call her vial names. The man she remembers vividly that did this to her goes by the name- Lieutenant Colonel Suleiman from Tartus

Bombs have been laid in the middle of the street killing countless cilvilians.  The death toll of this war has been estimated to be over one-hundred thousand. As I am digesting this information. I ask myself, how does one be able to process a massacure that is going on. I am horrified. Not to mention, are immigration laws are ripping apart families as they try to cross the border. In hopes of leaving a war torn country just to stare face into the eyes of a new threat. People in the united states have shown such a disregard for life that exist outside of this country.

Civil war is the reason why we have mass killing going on right now in this country. It is like The Purge is taking place. A doctor in a facility has found it in his heart to let one of the woman be freed after being brutally sexually assasulted, causing her to pass out. She was taken to the centre in order to be treated. The doctor told her she will be pronounced dead and then smuggled out. This is by a brutal hand forcasted from; militia groups, regimes and terrorist all trying to establish a law or believe system in a country. This war is deystroying the planet humans live on.

 

Sources:

https://www.news.com.au/world/10-simple-points-to-help-you-understand-the-syria-conflict/news-story/ab4bf33fed028d63990b8e09e6778ee7

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/07/syria-government-troops-widen-offensive-quneitra-180715103656135.html

 

Nelson Mandela And Being In America- A poisoned heart

Nelson Mandela fight against the Apartheid system gained notoriety during his twenty-seven years of imprisonment. During those years, he continued to spread on his teaching, motivating activist- too end the fight on segregation. Although he was going through harsh prison conditions, he still had to go through racism in the prison. Having being fed less better than the other nationalities he was with during his time on Robben Island. Some say these formative years are the ones that helped influenced him too become an even better man than he was before.

I myself, find much inspiration in Nelson Mandela story. Having to go through harsh conditions, he still manage too have great influence in the prison he was stationed at. We as Americans complain about going through the daily routines of life. Feeling imprisoned within our own insanity, we need to embrace the feet’s that Mandela has chosen to climb. Not through word, but throughout our actions. This is a man that has chosen to throw away his rights at the cost of freeing a nation- carrying a great love for his people. A quote that resonates with me that Mandela has spoken, “Resentment is like drinking poison, than hoping it will kill you’re enemies“.

If we continue too drink the poison we see daily in human interaction in our western society, we will be the poison that was imbedded in the mindset of society. I think that is the point behind Nelson Mandela legacy. He spoke, breathed and teach for a better tomorrow that consisted of freedom from the poisons our human mind can harbor. Yes, we have to work to continue on a better tomorrow. Yes, we have to deal with a broken crisis that may be sitting in our family homes. But it is the passion inside of you, that will cause great change for a better tomorrow, rejecting all poison to embrace the power of love.