A live Q&A was held on Sunday night 10 PM local Syria time with Mr. Abdulkafi Al Hamdo on Twitter,
Abdulkafi Al Hamdo is a former resident of East Aleppo and was among the last people being forcibly displaced from East Aleppo. He is an English teacher living in Idlib today.
His last message from East Aleppo on 13 December 2016 just at the morning before a forcible relocation plan was implemented went viral on internet.
During the Q&A Mr. Al Hamdo insisted that Iran considers Damascus, Homs and Aleppo are its lands. They Killed, besieged and displaced people of their sweet homes.
In reply to a question about how people in Canada could help. He replied:
First, you can give us more chance to live by raising their voices and telling others about us. Then, push your government to help Syrians.
IRGC was besieging us in Aleppo threatening us of annihilation everyday while the Russians were bombing us from Sky.
He urged people to ask their governments to not shake hands with bloody handed people, not to make economic deals and can ask to #BlacklistIRGC Think of our kids like yours
About what people in the United States can do he said: I believe in the power of Social Media. Use it & tell other 100 about us and let these 100 do the same. If you save a life, you save humanity
Abdulkafi was asked about what he would tell his 1 year daughter who was born in Aleppo but had to celebrate her first birthday in Idlib, he said:
I will ask her to read about this year not to forget what happened to her and her parents. She must learn and continue speaking for freedom. “Lamar, I hope you can make it to live longer. I am sorry that I can’t leave my country and my people. Forgive me”
Mr. Al Hamdo was reminded about his last message from Aleppo and was Asked what he would like to tell the world today, he replied: I want to tell the world that we Survived Aleppo but people still in danger. Don’t let Syrians be back to Slavery of Assad and Iran again.
To see all the questions and answers:
A Must Read Article About the last months in Aleppo