Update on Syria: Documentary The General’s Battalion – Syrian Conflict – Wahhabi Terrorist Organizations Murdering, Raping and Creating Chaos in Syria – Opposing US Military Intervention in Syria: Dearborn, Michigan on June 30, 2013
Documentary The General’s Battalion – Syrian Conflict
Source: Syrian Perspective
SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE IS PROUD TO SPONSOR THIS HUGE DEMONSTRATION IN SUPPORT OF THE SYRIAN PEOPLE, THE GOVERNMENT AND LEGITIMATE ARMED FORCES
PLEAS JOIN US ON SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 2013, AT THE CITY HALL IN DEARBORN TO EXPRESS OUR RAGE AT OBAMA’S WAR CRIMES
We in The Syrian American Forum (SAF), the Michigan Emergency Committee Against War and Injustice (MECAWI) and SyrianPerspective.Com are inviting you to attend a Rally to express your rejection of the US military intervention in Syria.
The Obama administration’s decision to provide instruments of death to militants in Syria does not amount to prevention of violence. It only prolongs the killing, destruction and suffering of the Syrian people. Even more to the contrary, such support of terrorism in Syria and beyond could amount to actionable war crimes under international law. Those same terrorist groups the Obama administration and its allies have supported in order to overthrow a sitting government of a legitimate U.N. member state are responsible for killing innocent school children and other civilians, car bombings in residential areas, destruction of churches and mosques, killing and kidnapping of spiritual leaders (among them two prominent Syrian Bishops). They even beheaded the popular Imam of a mosque in Aleppo and strung his head from its walls.
We can all remember 9/11. Arming militants in Syria is a long-term threat to our US national security. . By arming terrorists in Syria we will have stained our hands with the blood of innocents.
Our community and supporters are demanding that the administration:
– Stop every kind of lethal and non-lethal support to armed elements and terrorists in Syria. This could very well amount to supporting the same terrorists we claim to fight elsewhere as in Mali.
– No to military intervention in Syria. Any U.S. role should be directed at supporting dialogue and a political solution by Syrians, for Syrians, based on the Geneva Declaration of June 2012.
– Exert all kinds of pressure on friends and allies to immediately halt their support to these groups while directing them toward support for a political process.
Rally to be held on JUNE 30th, 2013 at 6pm in front of Dearborn City Hall at 13615 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, Michigan