I am back in Aleppo since a couple of days. It is an stabile instability. The front lines are waiting for something to happen. Sporadic clashes and shootouts but nothing like the fighting in Salah al Deen some weeks ago. The battle is now between the snipers. They controls the outlines of the city where no one walks safe. As I wright this mortars are pounding outside.┬áThe shelling continues and the airstrikes takes it’s share of civilian casualties every day.

People are getting desperate and tired. They see no ending to the situation and has given up on the hope of the foreign communities to make an intervention or supply aid. The medical supplies are running dry, hospitals are being bombed. Where is the international help? I am being asked every freakin’ day. I don’t know, I’m just the journalist…