‘Can you send medicine, doctors, water and milk?’ tweets Bana Alabed, a seven year old Syrian girl who witnesses the horrors of Aleppo.
The girl tweets regularly about the tragedies which happen in Syria every day. And now she has tweeted to Theresa May and wrote a letter addressed to Theresa May.
The girl wrote the letter with her mother Fatemah to help the Syrians after nearly 66000 people have been displaced because of clashes in the country’s northern battlefields.
Up till now, the UK government has tried to ignore the sanction of supplies in the form of aid drops of medicines and foods.
Bana and her family were evacuated from war-torn East Aleppo in December.
Aid drops to Syria are problematic for the UK since the besieged areas are not in Isis-controlled areas where the British and allied air forces are flying.
Bana also wrote a letter begging Donald Trump for help.
“You must do something for the children of Syria because they are like your children and deserve peace like you. I beg you, can you do something for the children of Syria? If you can, I will be your best friend,” she said to the US President.
At the end of last month, Bana also wrote a letter to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin, which she posted on Twitter. She told them: “Please stop the bombing and go to jail now for killing my friends.”
One thing is for sure that this young girl is a Syrian celebrity now. She tries to contact the world leaders and also has given interviews about the tragedies which are taking place in her hometown of Aleppo.