Syrian Regime Supporters Are Mocking The Starving Residents Of Madaya With Photos Of Food

Syrian Regime Supporters Are Mocking The Starving Residents Of Madaya With Photos Of Food

Supporters of the Syrian regime are truly just as bad as members of ISIS. The people of a particular Syrian town are absolutely starving and now ISIS sympathizers are posting pictures of food online, mocking the starving residents.

 

Take a look at how messed up this is:

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Although there are ways of transporting food and medical supplies into the town, Madaya has been completely sealed off by the Syrian government and Hezbollah.

Syrian children call for the lifting of the siege off Madaya the U.N. headquarters in Beirut (Picture: Reuters)
Syrian children call for the lifting of the siege off Madaya at the UN HQ in Beirut (Picture: Reuters)

Because of this,  Médecins Sans Frontières says it hasn’t been able to distribute food to the town’s 40,000 residents since October 18 last year.

A hashtag mocking the starving people of Madaya –#متضامن_مع_حصار_مضايا, which roughly translates to ‘in solidarity with the siege on Madaya’ – has gone viral on Twitter and Facebook.

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Supporters of the regime are using the hashtag #متضامن_مع_حصار_مضايا (Picture: Twitter)

Supporters of Hezbollah and the Syrian regime are now using it to post sumptuous pictures of food, including whole fish, chips, bread and kebabs.

There are ways to get food to these people, yet nothing is being done about it. And now there is a hashtag mocking these starving people.

Where is Twitter deleting every one of these horrific posts?!

John Binder

John Binder is a news and political blogger for Right Wing News. Additionally, he is a New Orleans political reporter for TheHayride.com and a news blogger for ProgressivesToday.com.

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