Print with images and other media Print text only Print Cancel In many ways, Bana Alabed is like any other seven-year-old girl — but her hometown of Aleppo has become a warzone, and now, Any Chincoteague Island women into asian men of dreaming of becoming a teacher, Bana just dreams of getting through each day alive.
With the help of her mother Fatemah, also a teacher, Bana has been tweeting about her day-to-day life in the Syrian city, and since the pair started tweeting on September 24, they have amassed almost 20, followers. Loading The first tweet simply read: "I need peace. The pair have also tweeted about Bana's love of reading and the fact she wants to follow in her mother's footsteps and become a teacher when she Women needing sex Mirani free up — "but this war is killing my dream".
One Free sex Wakefield shows a photo of ashen debris, with the caption: "This is my friend house [sic], she's killed.
I miss her so much Aleppo. Some Twitter users have accused the of being fake or spreading false propaganda, but Fatemah, who s off many of the tweets herself, told the BBC it was disappointing to be accused of lying.
Fatemah told the Guardian Sex teen Lynchburg Bana's life — and Bana herself — had changed since the war began, and that she was unable to go to school or play outside with her friends.
We want to protect. We lived part of our lives, but our children haven't," she said.
That leaves only five operational hospitals in eastern Aleppo, and only 29 doctors remain to treat a population of nearlycivilians, including 85, children.