Samer Attar: In Aleppo, U.S. inaction green-lights war crimes

Washington Post – Aleppo is a resilient city, rich in history, older than New York, Paris and London. It is not a city of terrorists. It is a city full of ordinary people living everyday lives, people who want to put food on the table, send their kids to school and keep their families safe, just as anyone else in the world would want for their family. But its streets are literally flowing with blood.

How can the world sit idle as the Syrian government, aided by Russia and Iran, brutalizes the people of Aleppo?

I saw this carnage for myself when I volunteered in an Aleppo field hospital in July. I was the last American to leave before Syrian government forces encircled and besieged the city…