Makers of War 
The arms manufacturers of Aleppo used to be ordinary men—network administrators, housepainters, professors. Then came the bloody Syrian crisis. Now they must use all their desperate creativity to supply their fellow rebels with the machinery of death.
“THESE THINGS ARE FOR KILLING PEOPLE,” HE TELLS ME. “EVERY TIME I MAKE A BOMB, I FEEL SORROW.”
By Matthieu Aikins Photographs and audio interviews by Moises Saman Audio recording by Sam Tarling and Alexander Fedyushkin

Makers of War

The arms manufacturers of Aleppo used to be ordinary men—network administrators, housepainters, professors. Then came the bloody Syrian crisis. Now they must use all their desperate creativity to supply their fellow rebels with the machinery of death.

“THESE THINGS ARE FOR KILLING PEOPLE,” HE TELLS ME. “EVERY TIME I MAKE A BOMB, I FEEL SORROW.”

By Matthieu Aikins Photographs and audio interviews by Moises Saman Audio recording by Sam Tarling and Alexander Fedyushkin

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