Aleppo News: Eiffel Tower Goes Dark for Aleppo

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The iconic Eiffel Tower went dark on Wednesday night in a solidarity show for the people of Aleppo. The famous landmark switched?off its lights at 8 pm local time which is considered as the symbolic measure to call out to the international community again on the urgency of an act.

Tens of thousands of civilians were trapped inside Aleppo City without food, water, and medical help. The civilians even pleaded for?international help as the ceasefire broke in just less than one day. Moreover, they have asked?to get enough time to evacuate eastern Aleppo and seek a safe haven for themselves.

Paris to Depart Medical Relief towards Aleppo

Paris forwarded the plea by organizing a show of solidarity with the people of Aleppo. Mayor Anne Hidalgo said that she decided to make a gesture of support for the besieged inhabitants of Aleppo.

In addition, the Paris mayor even organized a medical humanitarian convoy fully loaded with medical equipment. The medical convoy will be chartered by the Union of Medical Relief Organization i.e. UOSSM.

The union of medical relief organization was created by Syrian and French doctors in 2012. The organization was created at the beginning of the Syrian civil war with the?aim to help people?affected by the conflict in Syria.

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Moreover, Anne Hidalgo even met Aleppo Mayor Brita Hagi Hasan to help raise awareness for the besieged city. She even mailed a letter to the Pope requesting him to mediate for a peaceful solution for Syrian people. However, this is not enough for the Paris mayor. She also?appealed to the World Congress of Mayors to enlist their support for peace in Syria.

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Aleppo Ceasefire broke in less than a day

The ceasefire broke by Turkey with Russia in less than a day. Nearly 50,000 civilians were reported to be inside the bombarded area. The UN humanitarian advisor for Syria, Jan Egeland said that 30,000 people are in need of evacuation, but the first and most urgent thing is wounded, sick and children, including orphans.? He even criticized the failure of international community for helping Aleppo?s people.

If we are not able to help Aleppo in a materialistic way, praying that they remain safe and alive is much appreciable. Pray with TheBitBag and share the story for helping the people of Aleppo.

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