Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
After Palmyra was cleared of mines and checked for safety, beautiful music was played to restore and lift the spirits of the Syrian people. The Russian orchestra performs a concert honoring the victims of the Syrian war.
Note: the de-mining operation of this ancient ampitheatre in Palmyra took several weeks. It was in the news repeatedly, but hardly any talk about it was made on social media. This was the same ampitheatre in which ISIS filmed the beheading of people just a few months back. These underground films were leaked onto the internet, and some of you might remember them but were too horrified to reblog or retweet. It was a grisly scene.
It’s noteworthy that the British secretary of state Philip Hammond, is awash with envy. He apparently sees the concert as something of an offense. Rather than congratulating the Russian and Syrian forces, he condemned the Russian concert instead, and even went as far as calling it a political attack. A political attack on what exactly? I believe Hammond let it slip that he and his co-conspirators sympathize with ISIS. Curious minds would like to know.
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