[vc_row][vc_column][helpme_fancy_text highlight_color=”#ffffff” font_family=”none” align=”justify”](Telegraph) I travel Castello road knowing that dozens of people like me have died here. I do this because it is the only way to reach the children in my hospital.Now, the road is closed. My city is fully besieged. And without your help, my young patients will soon be dead. Just like medical supplies and food, Aleppo will soon run out of tires. We may only have days before our city and everyone still trapped inside it are gone.
We need the international community. And that means pressure from you. Tell your government, tell the UN, tell every international institution that the world can still break the siege and stop the bombs. Please, save us. Save Aleppo.
Dr. Hatem, is Director of the Aleppo Children’s Hospital run by the Independent Doctor’s Association (IDA)
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