04/11/2017

Seven-Year-Old Syrian Girl Bana Alebed Dubbed The ‘Voice Of Aleppo’ Tweets Her Support For Donald Trump’s Missile Strikes [Watch]

Maryse Godden, TheSun.co.uk

Bana Alabed, 7, said she 'welcomes' the Trump's actions in response to US military action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

A SEVEN-year-old girl dubbed the “voice of Aleppo” has declared her support for Donald Trump’s missile strikes in Syria.

Bana Alebed, who became a social media star as a result of her tweets from the war ravaged city of Aleppo, “welcomed” the US president’s action in response to a Bashar al-Assad’s suspected chemical gas attack which killed 80 civilians.

Bana tweeted: “I am a Syrian child who suffered under Bashar al Asad & Putin. I welcome Donald Trump action against the killers of my people.”

She followed the comment with a series of tweets explaining why she supported the missile strike.

The youngster wrote: “Putin and Bashar al Asad bombed my school, killed my friends & robbed my childhood. It’s time to punish the killers of children in Syria.”

She added: “We don’t want WORLD WAR THREE. We don’t want the war in Syria. let’s stand together & end all wars.”

It comes after Trump launched 59 missiles to strike an air base southeast of Homs in retaliation to a chemical attack in northwest Syria that killed more than 80 people.

Bana had directly tweeted at Trump last Tuesday of the deadly chemical attack asking: “Do you love this?”

It is the first time the little girl has shown support for Trump.

She previously criticised the US president in February after he issued an executive order banning citizens and refugees from eight Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

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