(By Sohail Sidiqqui: Media Report)
Yaseen Shakoor Was His Name, was left to be eaten by stray dogs. He lived an orphan life and died alone. He lost his parents due to the bombardment by so called Peaceful Nations. He often walked the streets alone, wondering why? His small feet were delicate with glass piercing throw them and the blood had dried and turned hard.
One day he found a pair of shoes (one which belonged to his father). He wore them. He had no food, no water, and no home. Yaseen Shakoor sold bin bags to make a living. At the end of the day he would finally have a piece of rotten bread to chew on. He was lost.
There was a time when Yassen Shakoor went to school and his mum would wave him goodbye every day, but now there was no one! No one to feed him, no one to love him. He was all alone in this cruel world. He was confused as to what happened. It wasn’t enough to be an orphan. Yaseen Shakoor was left to be eaten by stray dogs.
He lay there on the cold pavement next to his bin bags which were more loyal to him than some human beings. There was no one to hold his hand in his last breaths. No one to bury him, no one to kiss him Goodbye. The world decided to turn a blind eye and allow him to be eaten by dogs on the streets like he was worth nothing.
Yaseen Shakoor is one boy out of thousands dying right now and their stories are unreported.
Whoever observes magnitude of the tribulation of #Syria and its lengthy duration, along with the magnitude of the betrayal, would fear the betrayal of punishment of betrayal that no one will even imagine… because the Sunnah of Allah is:- “You reap what you sow”