Photo via activists in Madaya Middle East 'Children Are Eating Leaves Off The Trees': The Nightmare of The Siege of Madaya, Syria By Avi Asher-Schapiro January 4, 2016 | 10:50 pm Correction: a prev...

‘Children Are Eating Leaves Off The Trees’: The Nightmare of The Siege of Madaya, Syria

Photo via activists in Madaya Middle East 'Children Are Eating Leaves Off The Trees': The Nightmare of The Siege of Madaya, Syria By Avi Asher-Schapiro January 2016

Families Facing Starvation and Famine in Madaya, Syria

Heartwrenching images of starving children from the besieged Syrian town of Madaya are appearing on social media, with residents saying they are being starved to death.

Save Madaya, Syria

Save Madaya, Syria

Madaya Syria Where Children Resort To Suicide

Madaya, Syria, Where Children Resort To Suicide

Madaya Syria Where Children Resort To Suicide

Children Are Starving To Death In Madaya, Syria - YouTube

23 Die of Starvation In Syrian Town Madaya

Victims of War: ‘Cowardly weapon’ of starvation claims lives of Syrians cut off from world in Madaya, Syria. At least 23 people in blockaded town of Madaya have died, says aid group; residents say their plight being ignored. On Thursday, the government in Damascus finally agreed to allow international aid into Madaya amid warnings from the United Nations that international humanitarian law prohibits “the targeting of civilians and their starvation” as a weapon.

‘Cowardly weapon’ of starvation claims lives of Syrians cut off from world

At least 10 people have died of starvation in Madaya, Syria in the past six weeks as the town is blockaded by the Syrian government and has not seen supplies since October!

A toddler in Madaya, Syria

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Fuaa, Kafraya, and Madaya, Syria

Madaya, in Idlib province is under siege by government forces

Residents who say they have received permission from the Syrian government to leave the besieged town, depart after an aid convoy entered Madaya, Syria, January 11, 2016.    REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

Severe malnutrition confirmed in Syria's Madaya, 32 deaths reported in month: U.N.

Children's Fund UNICEF on Friday confirmed cases of severe malnutrition among children in the besieged western Syrian town of Madaya, where local relief workers reported 32 deaths of starvation in the past month.

22 March 17  Madaya, Syria—When Donald Trump issued his first travel order in January, halting the arrival of refugees from everywhere and permanently banning Syrian refugees, I contacted friends from Syria in the United States who I thought might be candidates for deportation.2 “Our hearts are with you!” I wrote. “We will pray for you. Don’t panic.

Letter From Madaya, Syria, Under Siege by the Assad Regime for Nearly 2 Years

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