The leader of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani was among the first to express his sympathy to announce the cancellation of the country’s National Day celebration next week as a sign of solidarity with the Syrian people in the restive region.

“We also feel the suffering of the people of Aleppo are now facing torture and genocide,” reported.


In another development, the lights on the Eiffel Tower in Paris was shut down at 8 pm local time to protest against the atrocities committed against civilians in the region.

Some protesters also gathered near the tower wearing a red dress that symbolizes the bloodshed in Syria’s second city.

Meanwhile, about 2,000 protesters marched outside the Russian Embassy in Kuwait City, condemning Moscow’s support to the Syrian army.

“Today, the Syrian people are at war with Russia. The bodies of civilians lying in the streets of Aleppo.