A eastern district of Damascus called Ghouta has been the target of an intense air strike campaign by the Syrian regime. With almost 310 killed in only five days, it is one of the worst events in the tragic Syrian civil war.
Ghouta has been targeted regularly since the start of the civil war in 2011, being attacked with chemical weapons in 2012 in an event which almost brought the US in in a military intervention.
The districts population, which was 2.5 million before the war, has now dropped to 400,000, with surviving residents facing air strikes, shelling, and massive shortages in food and medical supplies.
The regime has also intentionally targeted ambulances and hospitals, crippling the districts already meager medical services.
May Allah protect the people of Syria and free them from this oppression.
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