The ollowing page contains adult materials not suitable to be viewed by children. Parental guidance is advised.For somme one who happened to live in a developed country we often times we tend to forget how lucky we are to not live in a place that could be far worse. Even in the developed world, there may be places that things are not exactly the way they should be. One may not think that in the developed world too human rights violations can happen. Well it seems that there is one country where it does. Ironically that place is considered as the holiest place on earth. One should take a pic.
“The Holy Land” has always refused to acknowledge the massacre of a million and a half human beings. Men, women, children, babies, elderlies, and pregnant women were killed or tortured to death. As with pregnant women; their bellies were cut open, the fetus would be taken out. Then while the mother was still alive, she would be forced to watch her baby being cut into pieces.
As unspeakable as they were, much of the atrocities
During the Armenian Genocide many Armenians were burned alive. To my understanding, that is called Holocaust
If that is not enough then one should take a look at Yemen and Syria to look for a place where life can be much tougher than it is in the U.S. Not surprisingly another one of United States’s closest allies in the middle east seems to be directly responsible for the humanitarian crisis Yemen and Syria are experiencing now.
In another one of United States close allies kidnapping and rape of Christian girls seem to be an ordeal. In Pakistan the anti blasphemy laws
In Phill Collins’s style:
“Oh, think twice,
’cause it’s another day for you and me in paradise”