A Syrian girl who has become known as “the voice of Aleppo” after Tweeting from rebel-occupied Mosul months ago has come out again to tweet her support of President Donald Trump’s choice to drop bombs on Assad’s military base.
Bana Alabed took to twitter to say that she approved of Donald Trump’s actions and military action against the Syrian leader who frequently uses chemical warfare on his own people.
The seven-year-old posts her own tweets, but her mother regulates the account. The child took to the site this weekend to write a series about America’s recent actions in the Middle East:
She began: ‘I am a Syrian child who suffered under Bashar al Asad & Putin. I welcome Donald Trump action against the killers of my people.
‘Putin and Bashar al Asad bombed my school, killed my friends & robbed my childhood. It’s time to punish the killers of children in Syria.’
She continued: ‘We don’t want WORLD WAR THREE. we don’t want the war in Syria. let’s stand together & end all wars.
‘We need peace in Syria now. We are tired of war. don’t you have mercy & see the innocent babies dying? stop the war now.’
The Daily Mail has more:
Alabed has previously implored Donald Trump to take action against the death of children and civilians in Syria, penning him a letter which asked that he ‘must do something for the children of Syria because they are like your children and deserve peace like you.’
She escaped Aleppo, which she referred to as a ‘city of death,’ and relocated to Turkey with her family, according to CBS News.
Many people have inquired into the validity of the account, which posts videos of Alabed discussing the reality of her life as a refugee.
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, who’s regime is said to be responsible for the chemical strike on Tuesday, called Alabed’s account a ‘game’ and ‘propaganda’.
Fatemah told CBS News: ‘They want to blind the truth and not show the world what happened.’
The day after Tuesday’s horrific attack, she tweeted: ”The people of Syria don’t want condemnation, they want to be saved. Condemnation doesn’t save lives but actions do. #EndSyriaWar now.’