Nepal hosted a Candlelight march as a Tribute to the Syrian Civil War Victims and their Families yesterday at Maitighar Mandala, Kathmandu. Hundreds of Nepalese youth showed up to offer their prayings this Monday.
With the recent development in the Syrian Civil war, Russian President Vladimir Putin has recently ordered a 5-hour pause in Syrian government’s assault on the Ghouta area. It will start today which includes the creation of “humanitarian corridor” for the civilians to leave the area. On last Saturday, UN Security Council also demanded that “all parties cease hostilities without delay for at least 30 consecutive days” for medical evacuation and humanitarian aids.
Social Media are filled with Hashtags to show their support towards the victims. Hashtags like #PrayForSyria, #SaveSyria, #SyriaIsBleeding and #SaveSyrianChildren are trending on social platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
An apple fell on the ground and gravity was discovered but so many bodies lie on the ground and humanity hasnot been discovered yet…people gathering together and praying for the deceased souls, a quest for humanity at Maitighar mandala. #prayforsyria
Thank you @draayush pic.twitter.com/cpFFSDFQlP
— Doctorstory Nepal-सेवा नै धर्म होl (@DocstoryNepal) February 26, 2018
Youth of Janakpur giving tribute to lost lives of Syria war by candlelight program #PrayForSyria pic.twitter.com/is5j5FJWpU
— RoutineofNepalBanda (@Nepal_ko_banda) February 26, 2018
Why this happen???
What is the reason to do this???
Where is humanity???
Rest In Peace those
children and people who demise.
please help #Syria please #SaveSyria #PrayForSyria #SyriaIsBleeding
Where is @UN ??? pic.twitter.com/mZrRrrKMVE
— Roshan Acharya (@brorosh) February 26, 2018
Buildings can be rebuild. Stock markets can be raised. Even a whole country can be recreated after destruction. But you cannot bring back these innocent lives. Don’t try to kill the humanity. May our wishes help their mind, body & soul. #SyriaIsBleeding #Syria #PrayForSyria
— prakash thapa (@vitcim2070) February 26, 2018
It’s been years since Syrian people have smiled.We can’t even imagine what these people face every day when the ruthless Power nations strike missiles on their homes. Cities have been converted into graveyards.This is even worse than World War Condition.#PrayForSyria pic.twitter.com/0iJ5Ria7Gf
— Kiran Adhikari (@KiranAdhikariEr) February 26, 2018
Oh No, found heart melting pictures!
She could have saved her own life but she didn’t…
She preferred her sister’s life…
The humanity still exist in this world?
If so, hey world!! just wake-up !
Stop killing innocent ?#SyriaIsBleeding #SaveGhouta #SaveSyria #PrayForSyria pic.twitter.com/lZpvg7GzUQ
— Bishal Bhandari (@nepathye) February 26, 2018
आबोध नानीबाबुलाइ रुवाएर कसरी खुसी हुन्छौ मान्छे तिमी
आखिर यो लडाइ केको लागी
ति अबोधलाइ हराएर के जित्यो तिमीहरुले
तिमी भित्रको ईश्वर रुदैनन यस्तो देखेर
Please please guys pray for syria#PrayForSyria pic.twitter.com/gZYH2XmrMG
— Manish Shrestha (@ManishShrestha_) February 26, 2018