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[Dunia] {2} Umur baru 8 thn, sdg berjihad di barisan hadapan Syria !

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Ahmed, the eight-year-old boy on the front line of Syria's civil war

                                It is one of the most shocking images from the Syrian war. An eight-year-old   boy draws deeply on a cigarette, the small fingers of his other hand   clutching a an AK-47 rifle that balances awkwardly against his chest.
He is too small to be able to hold his weapon properly, but this little boy,   Ahmed, is already a fighter in the Syrian   civil war.



The photograph, taken on the front line in Aleppo's Salaheddin district, was   used by media outlets around the world in a jolting reminder of the   dehumanising character of war.


Ahmed's mother and father died in a mortar strike in Salaheddin neighbourhood,   where his father had been working as a fighter with the rebel Free Syrian   Army. Now the only person Ahmed has left is his uncle, a rebel who the boy   follows and imitates as he fights against government soldiers.


In a red jumper and black trousers, Ahmed looks dressed in a uniform for   school. For several weeks now, however, the front line has been his only   playground.


In the video above, the boy, clutching his gun, runs across a road littered   with bullet cartridges, broken electricity cables and strewn possession from   the nearby homes that have long been abandoned by civilians.


A blanket strung across the road punctured with holes and supported by a   barricade made from the metal carcass of a burnt vehicle is the only cover   from enemy government snipers that are stationed just one street away.


The words Ahmed utters are incongruous with his child's voice:
"There is always something to do here, I am never bored. The fighting has   calmed down a lot from last year, we had a lot of mortars, but snipers are   still a big problem."


"Sooner or letter the regime will kiss you with one of their bullets,"   he added.


There is little left of the innocent and playful youthfulness of boys of   Ahmed's age, unnervingly replaced with the mannerisms of a grown man.


In the video footage, Ahmed is seen lounging against his chair, holding his   cigarette with the ease of a chain smoker. His expression is unsmiling and   uncaring. His eyes stare blankly, telling the story of his lost youth.


Aleppo's front lines are lethal. Riven with snipers and erratically bombarded   by artillery and air strikes, the threat of death hangs in the air.


When The Daily Telegraph visited a rebel group in Salaheddin last month, the   group had lost three men, two of them less than 18 years of age, in the   space two weeks.


Ahmed spends some of his time helping to man one of the front line outposts.


"Weapons are heavy I still have a difficult time shooting them, I can   only shoot resting on the floor," he said.


Resting his gun on a low rising wall, Ahmed watches for a sighting of a Syrian   government soldier, his small fingers already resting on the trigger, ready   to shoot.


He mainly helps his rebel comrades with chores on the front line. He brings   them tea or resupplies the other fighters with home made grenades and   bullets.


The hours are long and without any pattern.


"There is no schedule or time here in Salaheddin," he said.


A report by Human Rights Watch has warned that hundreds of children from the   towns worst affected by the conflict in Syria are being trained to take part   in the war. Young boys, mostly from the age of 14 years old are sent on   reconnaissance missions or to smuggle weapons to opposition groups.


Over two years into the conflict that has claimed over 70,000 lives, hundreds   of schools have been forced to close.


With no education, and with many traumatised by the violence or from   witnessing the death of loved ones, a generation of children is being lost   to the Syrian conflict.


In one of the most disturbing moments in the video, Ahmed's uncle crouches   behind a wall with the little boy and lights a grenade that is in the boy's   hand. Ahmed throws it over the wall and they wait for the explosion.


The child said he used to enjoy riding his bicycle. Now his favourite pass   time is to play at being a soldier.

link video di sini;

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ ... ;utm_medium=twitter


                                                                                                                                          


                                               
                       
                       
p/s tak tau apa aku nak ckp...tapi cara ia dibesarkan, keadaan begitu sgt-sgt menyedihkan !

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Post time 30-3-2013 08:04 AM | Show all posts | Share
Ini AHMAD, anak nick CK?

FUYOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Tabib spring .....

Kah kah kah

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Post time 30-3-2013 08:55 AM | Show all posts | Share
biler persekitaran dah bergelora dek peperangan... bebudak cepat jer menjadi dewasa... dan matang
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Post time 30-3-2013 09:01 AM | Show all posts | Share
MissNigga posted on 30-3-2013 08:55 AM
biler persekitaran dah bergelora dek peperangan... bebudak cepat jer menjadi dewasa... dan matang

Akak Miss Nigga dah matang ke?
Berapa kali dah kematangan akak dah dimatangkan?
Jangan marah ....
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Post time 30-3-2013 09:04 AM | Show all posts | Share
cruisekeanu posted on 30-3-2013 09:01 AM
Akak Miss Nigga dah matang ke?
Berapa kali dah kematangan akak dah dimatangkan?
Jangan marah ... ...

mohtep abe kurus anu nak tau kematangan iols...

p/s iols punya kematangan very the flactuate one ... sekejap iols jadi wanita... sekejap iols jadi anak dara sunti ...
boley gitewwww
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 Author| Post time 30-3-2013 09:07 AM | Show all posts | Share
MissNigga posted on 30-3-2013 09:04 AM
mohtep abe kurus anu nak tau kematangan iols...

p/s iols punya kematangan very the flact ...

aku tgk semnjak dwimenjak , theyouls suka attack uols..
kenape ek...?
nak ngayat dgn uols kowts...
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Post time 30-3-2013 09:12 AM | Show all posts | Share
tongkatwaran75 posted on 30-3-2013 09:07 AM
aku tgk semnjak dwimenjak , theyouls suka attack uols..
kenape ek...?
nak ngayat dgn uols kowts ...

abe tong... iols rasa word attack tu cam tak sesuwai ar... iols prefer kalo replaced ngan word beramas mesra
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Post time 30-3-2013 09:33 AM | Show all posts | Share
MissNigga posted on 30-3-2013 08:55 AM
biler persekitaran dah bergelora dek peperangan... bebudak cepat jer menjadi dewasa... dan matang

Tua sebelum waktunya......

Kah kah kah......
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MissNigga posted on 30-3-2013 09:12 AM
abe tong... iols rasa word attack tu cam tak sesuwai ar... iols prefer kalo replaced ngan word ber ...

wut ever...
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Post time 30-3-2013 10:14 AM | Show all posts | Share
Takde pelajaran akhirnya jadi pengganas
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Post time 30-3-2013 04:32 PM | Show all posts | Share
stinger_attack posted on 30-3-2013 09:33 AM
Tua sebelum waktunya......

Kah kah kah......

khenzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ..........
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Post time 30-3-2013 04:32 PM | Show all posts | Share
tongkatwaran75 posted on 30-3-2013 09:55 AM
wut ever...

mujur ler iols ni tak cepat nak shentep perasaan khenzzzzzzzzz ...
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Post time 30-3-2013 04:40 PM | Show all posts | Share
Kesian sangat...kat Alepo ni lah kan..yg student  universiti tgh exam pon mati kena bom....ramai pulak tu.... Us gak pandai cari peluang bantu pemberontak syria ..bantu sbb takut ngan iran kot...ai  nak tolong pon tak tau mcmmana..
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Post time 1-4-2013 10:05 AM | Show all posts | Share
dasat adek nie...dah merokok yer...
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Post time 1-4-2013 10:10 AM | Show all posts | Share
ini adalah kebodohan.
sejak bila nabi ajar kanak kanak pergi perang?

ke tak apa sebab ummah sunni?
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Post time 1-4-2013 10:14 AM | Show all posts | Share
musnah la jwbnyer syria nie..yg sedey nyer islem sesama islem berperang..
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