polka publishes “in the ruins of aleppo” by stanley greene

Since the war in Syria erupted in the Spring of 2011, the death toll has risen over 80,000. The rebels and the army of Bashar al-Assad’s regime are still in a fierce battle with one other. Each side has its own agenda and uses of propaganda including ongoing rumors of ¬†chemical weapons.

The residents of Aleppo are now imprisoned within their own city walls. Where once stood one of the oldest and perhaps most beautiful towns of the Middle East, today lies a city in ruins.

In today’s publication by Polka Magazine¬†Stanley Greene documents the hell-like situation where snipers can be found in every corner.














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