Dompet Dhuafa Condemns Humanity Tragedy in Aleppo

JAKARTA- Since Monday (12/12) night the Syrian government back bombard Aleppo region in full force and assisted by the Russian air force, explosive weapons, as well as militants were reportedly imported from Afghanistan, Yemen, Iraq, and Lebanon. According to UN reports, there are 50,000 to 100,000 people including civilians and rebels who still live in the area so the government’s target.

Among this number, there are many children. The UN says there are 13 children were killed by the Syrian government and its allies cruelty. UNICEF estimates there are 100 more children without parents who were in the buildings targeted in air strikes Bashar al-Assad’s government.

On Wednesday night (14/12) local time, the rebels had said that the peace agreement back on and evacuation will be carried out on Thursday morning (15/12). However, until now there has been no confirmation from the Syrian government and its allies.

Dompet Dhuafa strongly condemned on the humanitarian tragedy that occurred in Aleppo today. “In our perspective, this is a direct violation of the principles of universal human rights and humanitarian,” said Arif Rahmadi Haryono, Social Development Manager at Dompet Dhuafa.
To help victims of the humanitarian aftermath of the government of Bashar al-Assad, Dompet Dhuafa will deploy an ambulance along with medications to Damascus, Syria.