Yes, there are Christians in Aleppo. There have been Christians in Syria since the 1st century A. D. long before the ‘absurd theology of an immoral Bedouin’ spread its tentacles across the Middle East. And under Bashar al-Assad, the Christian community in Syria has prospered—a fact that the globalist fraternity engineering this ‘civil war’ would discard as irrelevant. Oh, and by the way, women living under the Assad regime go to school with the boys, earn higher education degrees, and hold down jobs just like any other female in a civilized society.
Note there are women out-of-doors with their heads uncovered. In Assad’s Syria, there is no compulsory Wearing of the Rag as there is in those Muslim pre-Medieval dung holes that Leftists love so much. The women in Assad’s Syria don’t face acid attacks or public beatings by hysterical barbaric Muslim mobs.
When it comes to the Middle East and choosing a regime to support, it’s pretty much a choice between Butcher A or Butcher B. But here’s a helpful hint: Best to choose the Secular one.
Syria in a Nutshell