Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


HIGHLIGHT THIS AGGRESSION


Innocent souls are added to those who got martyred by an aggression Simply because that on-going war sweeps pretty souls resisted an Aggression in the past, This aggression has no address, but To prey on innocent and pretty souls anytime, There is a clear crime here and there must be a punishment for all Aggressors openly or secretly anytime, These people are the clear victims of a bad aggression that Draws an ugly image to its face, Many people got perished for this on-going aggression, so It's time to cut off the snake's head, People's pains and sufferings are endless because of this ugly Aggression on their pretty houses, This aggression will melt like salt in water simply because It's a clear evil that lasts only for a short period of time, but Tomorrow will be the inevitable victory to that tiny city of peace.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

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