The author is Jan Oberg and his photography is definitely worth looking at. You will be amazed.
IN Aleppo at a historic moment
I visited Aleppo, East and West, December 10-14, 2016. I was there when Eastern Aleppo was liberated or fell, depending on your perspective and the media coverage; I was among the first handful of foreigners to get into the East after that event.
One can only wonder: There were no Nordic media and no Western media (with the exception of a photographer from Croatia) present on the 11th when this historic event took place. Why?
Aleppo and its massive destruction
Aleppo is, or was, the largest city in Syria and the third largest in the Ottoman Empire. It's one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world; it may have been inhabited since the 6th millennium BC - the old city is a UNESCO World Heritage site. All of Aleppo is about 190 square kilometres.....
I had not visited it earlier but it must have been uniquely beautiful and very dynamic in terms of culture and....
Jan Oberg at his blog
The little girl from Eastern Aleppo
New year’s night, January 1, 2017
This girl had come out of Eastern Aleppo after four dark years of occupation by Western-backed terrorists – too many to name. People who for no reason had destroyed her home, her part of that beautiful city.
Perhaps half of her life living in fear, perhaps having lost family members.
I do not know.....