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Clowns Without Borders: No Laughing Matter

Monday, November 19th 2018   After a year of Hospital Clowning under my belt I finally feel ready to start trying to join Clowns Without a Borders.  Here is a documentary of an example of their exploits, in Lesbos three years … Continue reading

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Syrian Chemical Attack(s) – The Horror

Tuesday, April 4th 2017 Syrians have been attacked by chemicals (again). I had this crushing feeling when I heard on the news, and went to bed with this cringing resolve to LOOK today. I cannot claim to even begin to know … Continue reading

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Voices of Syria

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The Little Boy from Aleppo

Thursday, August 18th 2016 His name is Omran Daqneesh.   Here is the Daily Mail news report:   http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3748180/Wounded-Syrian-boy-harrowing-image-shocked-world-breaks-reunited-parents.html?ito=social-facebook:   Here is a video: Little boy rescued from the rubble in Syria [2:30]:       Just yesterday I wrote that this … Continue reading

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