The historic picture of 5 year old aleppo boy omran daqneesh , bombed by thoroughly evil characters of putin, assad and iran’s khamenei

The historic picture of 5 year old aleppo boy omran daqneesh , bombed by thoroughly evil characters of putin, assad and iran’s khamenei


شام میں جاری خانہ جنگی اوراس دوران غیرملکی طیاروں کی بمباری نے ملک کو ملبے کا ڈھیر بنا دیا جب کہ بمباری کے نتیجے میں زخمی ہونے والے 5 سالہ کمسن بچے کی تصاویر اور ویڈیو سوشل میڈیا پر وائرل ہوگئیں۔
شام کے شہر حلب میں روسی طیاروں نے بمباری کی جس کے نتیجے میں کئی افراد ہلاک اور متعدد بچے زخمی ہوگئے،زخمی ہونے والوں میں ایک 5 سالہ کمسن بچہ بھی شامل ہے جس کی ویڈیو اور تصاویر سوشل میڈیا پروائرل ہوگئیں۔ ویڈیو میں دیکھا جاسکتا ہے کہ کمسن بچہ ایمبولینس میں بیٹھا ہے جو مٹی اور خون میں لت پت ہے اور اس قدر خوف کا شکار ہے کہ اسے اپنے زخموں کا بھی کچھ نہیں پتہ۔ اپنے ننھے ننھے ہاتھوں سے بال سہلاتا اور ایک ہی سوال کرتا ہے کہ اسے نشانہ کیوں بنایا گیا۔
زخمی بچے کی شناخت عمران کے نام سے ہوئی ہے لیکن بچے کے والدین کے بارے میں کچھ معلوم نہیں اور خدشہ ظاہر کیا جارہا ہے بمباری کے نتیجے میں عمران کے
والدین دنیا سے چل بسے ہیں۔


A still image taken on August 18, 2016 from a video posted on social media said to be shot in Aleppo on August 17, 2016, shows a boy with bloodied face sitting in an ambulance, after an air strike.

Syrian opposition activists have released haunting footage showing a young boy rescued from the rubble in the aftermath of a devastating air strike in Aleppo.

The image of the stunned and weary looking boy, sitting in an orange chair inside an ambulance covered in dust and with blood on his face, encapsulates the horrors inflicted on the war-ravaged northern city and is being widely shared on social media.

A doctor in Aleppo on Thursday identified the boy as 5-year-old Omran Daqneesh. Osama Abu al-Ezz confirmed he was brought to the hospital known as “M10” on Wednesday night following an air strike on the rebel-held neighbourhood of Qaterji with head wounds, but no brain injury, and was later discharged.

Doctors in Aleppo use code names for hospitals, which they say have been systematically targeted by government air strikes. Dr. Abu al-Ezz said they do that “because we are afraid security forces will infiltrate their medical network and target ambulances as they transfer patients from one hospital to another”.

Rescue workers and journalists arrived at Qaterji shortly after the strike and began pulling victims from the rubble.

“We were passing them from one balcony to the other,” said photojournalist Mahmoud Raslan, who took the iconic photo. He said he had passed along three lifeless bodies before receiving the wounded boy.
A doctor at M10 later reported eight dead, among them five children.
The strike occurred during the sunset call to prayer, around 7.20 p.m., said Mr. Raslan, a correspondent for Al Jazeera Mubashir.

Omran was rescued along with his three siblings, ages 1, 6, and 11, and his mother and father from the rubble of their partially destroyed apartment building, according to Mr. Raslan.

None sustained major injuries, but the building collapsed shortly after the family was rescued.

“We sent the younger children immediately to the ambulance, but the 11-year-old girl waited for her mother to be rescued. Her ankle was pinned beneath the rubble,” Mr. Raslan said.

In the video posted late Wednesday by the Aleppo Media Centre, a man is seen plucking the boy away from a chaotic nighttime scene and carrying him inside the ambulance, looking dazed and flat-eyed.

The boy then runs his hand over his blood-covered face, looks at his hands and wipes them on the ambulance chair.
Activists living in opposition areas rely on informers in the government-controlled Latakia Province to warn residents of impending air strikes.