However, a leading rights group has warned that the Syrian Air Force is carrying out deliberate air strikes against civilians and also indiscriminate attacks. 700,000 deaths are estimated to have resulted from the conflict, which targeted cities, towns and neighborhoods under the control of opposition forces.
They can't even go out of their houses to shop. These people are mothers with children just like us. Grandparents, uncles and aunts, brothers and sisters, babes in arms. Will the conflict pull communities together and make them stronger and more caring about each other? I can't help wondering what the children will reminisce about when, or if, they reach adulthood. How will their experiences affect them in later life? The young boys of today could mature with a burning need for revenge. And so, the cycle of conflict will perpetuate.