Monday, 21 September 2015

The Migrant Boy And His Dog: More Propaganda For Gullible Fools To Fall For





When fleeing war, most people take photos, precious keepsakes or family treasures - Aslan felt compelled to bring his pet dog.
21:35, UK, Sunday 20 September 2015



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When Syrian teenager Aslan fled war in Syria, he didn't need to think twice about bringing his beloved pet dog with him.
In footage posted by the UN High Commission for Refugees, the 17-year-old told how he had travelled 500km since leaving Syria's capital Damascus.
He was told he would not be allowed to take little Rose across the Mediterranean but he wouldn't take no for an answer and even made the dog her own passport for the journey.
Eventually, Aslan and his dog made it to Greece.
When asked why he had only a small bag for himself and yet was carrying a large pet carrier with the dog inside, he answered: "I love my dog."
"I need him".
Tens of thousands of migrants have fled conflict in Syria and other Middle East hotspots, resulting in the largest migration Europe has seen since the Second World War. 

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