Children of Conflicts

Stories and tales of children who reside in conflict zones are replaced with scenes of pain and suffering, where oppression and violence are shown as the headline; and where its space is filled with crying instead of innocence and freedom, where conflicts have the grip on their little fingers, and where their delicate features are crushed in a circle of bloody violence as they pay the price with their childhood. Conflicts result in the ugly ripping of humane emotions. The danger of conflicts is that it weakens the hope of ever having a moderate and balanced behavior for thousands of children, whom as a result become an easy prey to terrorist organizations or militias, or becoming victims to human trafficking, as the inevitable result for these conflicts is.