Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


THAT UGLY GENOCIDE


Killing innocent civilians Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere Comes to a genocide Simply because these innocent civilians have nothing To do with any aggressive action, Targeting holy places like mosques or churches Comes to a genocide, Destroying factories, schools, stores, ...., Comes to a genocide, Using new weapons of mass destruction (especially those banned ones) Comes to a genocide, Any action that the international organizations classify it As against humanity comes to a genocide, The whole aggression, which we're witnessing these days, comes To a genocide, There are crimes against humanity, then There must be severe punishments to those aggressors (war criminals) Simply because this is the least thing must be done anytime.

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014

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