In 20 years, an Aleppo movie will win 7 Oscars, Australian girl tweets
Ayesha Mirza mocked the international community for not taking action on Aleppo
An Australian student, Ayesha Mirza, has tweeted mocking the international community for not taking action on Aleppo went viral on Monday.
In her tweet, she wrote: “In 20 years a movie called “Aleppo” will win 7 Oscars & everyone will say “Something like that should never be allowed to happen again””
In 20 years a movie called “Aleppo” will win 7 Oscars & everyone will say “Something like that should never be allowed to happen again”— AYESHA (@ayeshamirza_) December 18, 2016
Social media user Jackie Rocheleau labeled it ‘tweet of the year.’
Most important tweet of the year https://t.co/8EHBupI8yE— Jackie Rocheleau (@JackieRocheleau) December 20, 2016
Sande J. J. agreed with Mirza, giving examples of movies from the past such as ‘Tears of the Sun’ and ‘Hotel Rwanda’
Columbian Engineer Oscar Pimienta wrote that people will only care about Aleppo after the movie stars a “white protagonist”
People will only care about Aleppo in five years after a movie's been made on it with a white protagonist as the star.— Oscar Pimienta (@Opimi1) December 18, 2016
Martyn Vincent said the movie would star ‘Matt Damon’ as the savior
User name Clifterrorist sarcastically tweeted Aleppo’s future movie would be called “A song for Aleppo” staring Bradley Cooper
"A Song for Aleppo" starring Bradley Cooper in what critics will describe as a "career renaissance";playing a Pulitzer Prize winning journo https://t.co/oGHNKWjEWZ— Clifterrorist (@seabethree) December 20, 2016
Lawyer and auther Qasim Rashid tweeted the movie plot will be told from the point of view of a “handsome privileged white male”
It'll be told from the point of view of a handsome privileged white male & his trauma from watching all those Facebook videos. https://t.co/cc0WLkRRiS— Qasim Rashid, Esq. (@MuslimIQ) December 20, 2016
Thousands of people are still waiting on Thursday to be evacuated from eastern Aleppo but harsh weather was complicating the final phase of the operation.