Issa, who is 10 years old, works with his father in a Free Syrian Army weapons factory in Aleppo, fixing equipment for ten hours a day, six days a week.

Issa, who is 10 years old, works with his father in a Free Syrian Army weapons factory in Aleppo, fixing equipment for ten hours a day, six days a week.

While the average 10 year old is busy attending school, and still learning to play with toys and video games, a 10 year old Syrian boy Issa is already a bomb maker in Aleppo.

Issa works with his father in a Free Syrian Army weapons factory in Aleppo, fixing equipment for ten hours a day, six days a week(Friday is his only free day).

Issa fixes a  mortar weapon launcher in a weapon factory in Aleppo

Issa fixes a mortar weapon launcher in a weapon factory in Aleppo

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Meanwhile Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned against possible reprisal attacks if the United States attacks Syria, saying that if there were military strikes, Americans can “expect every action.” On the other hand President Barrack Obama revealed during TV interviews yesterday that he’d abandon military strikes on Syria and take the diplomatic route if dictator handed over chemical weapons.

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