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French Activist in Aleppo’s Open Letter to Francois Hollande: “The Lie About the Syria War Is Too Big”

By Ollie Richardson The document at the foot of this page is a copy of what was sent to Francois Hollande by Pierre Le Corf – a French humanitarian activist and founder of “We Are Superheroes“ now living in Aleppo. In this letter he makes it clear to the French President that the propaganda that is broadcasted […]

Source: French Activist in Aleppo’s Open Letter to Francois Hollande: “The Lie About the Syria War Is Too Big”

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