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World is silent on Syrian Refugee Crisis and letting children drowning in Mediterranean Sea – Animals can teach us about being human

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Human beings forgot humanity and love thus there is need to learn from Animals. The pictures below are taken in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA depicts the love between two animals: Deer and Cat. Deer visits Cat in the yard every morning and the family of the owner finally click these pictures. Now, it is the time to think when two different creatures can love each other, why can’t Human Beings show humanity towards each other?

 

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There is a lesson for Human Beings in it. Syrian Refugees posing the biggest crisis after World War II, remind us that Humans can kill humanity. Syrian children are drowning in Mediterranean Sea in an attempt to save their lives.

United Nation Organization which came into existence in 1945 after World War II to promote peace across the Globe and uphold Human Rights is celebrating its 70th anniversary is silent on Syrian crisis.

P5 nations the “so-called” promoters of peace have Veto power in UNO. Instead of involving in peacekeeping process in Syria, are indirectly promoting violence in Syria by diving themselves on this issue. On one hand, Russia which is supporting Asad’s regime, is supplying highly sophisticated weapons in the name of helping Syria to fight against terrorism; on the other hand, USA along with its allies of EU nations is backing rebels’ in Syria in the name of helping the citizen of Syria to get their rights but none of these nations is promoting peace in the region.

 

Now, it is the time for the world to learn a lesson from the animals to love unconditionally and forget all the differences, either on the basis of religion, region, caste or anything else and they should get united to promote peace and human values across the Globe.