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- 10's of 1000's: An exhibition on Syria's Missing and Disappeared
- Ghouta4YearsLater: Global Day of Action
- Cries From Syria Screening
- Film Screening: White Helmets
- F*** This Sh**
- Celebrating Syria: A Festival of Arts and Culture
- Animated Images - Sulafa Hijazi
- Exhibition: The Creative Memory of the Syrian Revolution
- My History: Syrians in their own words
- From Syria With Love - Berlin
- Global Week for Syria - Lebanon
- Open Day On Cultural Research Within The Current Syrian Context
- Film Forum - Syrian Voices: The Revolution Lives On!
- From Classical to Jazz music… Charity Concert for kids in Syria
- A Syrian Love Story
- Abdalla Al Omari - The Vulnerability Series
- Syria in Painting, Photography, Film and Word
- Róza El-Hassan Exhibition
- A Memory in Khaki at Hot Docs Film Festival
- activist Aleppo Awareness Barrels Bombing Camp Campaigns Chemical weapon Children Daash Damascus Daraa Darayya Deir ez-Zor Demonstration Destruction Detainment Dictator Displacement Douma Freedom Ghouta Holidays Homs Hope Humanity Idlib International Community Kafr Nabl Martyrs Massacre Media Political Opposition Refugees Regime Forces Revolution Russia Saraqib siege solidarity starvation torture United States weapon women
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Christmas Vigil for Aleppo
Tuesday 20 December 2016, from 7pm til 9pm.
Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square, SW1A 2 London, United Kingdom.
The Syrian city of Aleppo, once a vibrant symbol of Syria’s diversity and cultural heritage, is being slaughtered. Over 279,000 people were already under siege in Eastern Aleppo. Since mid-November, there has been a renewed Russian and Assad regime offensive against Eastern Aleppo. Together, Russia and Assad have conducted over 2,000 airstrikes between November 15th and November 28th.
Recently, an ambulance driver in Eastern Aleppo said: “It’s Armageddon out there. Bombs are falling every single second, and people are literally dying in the streets…In the past 15 minutes, more than 10 barrel bombs have fallen in the immediate vicinity, and it’s been going on all day long just like this.”
We will be gathering outside the main entrance of the National Gallery on Trafalgar Square on Tuesday, December 20th for a Christmas vigil to show solidarity with people in Aleppo and throughout Syria – and to urge action. Come along and light a candle with us to bear witness to what is happening there and to send the residents of Aleppo and beyond a strong message of support. We will be playing songs of love and support, including some Christmas carols.