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The US attack on Syria is naked aggression

The recent US attacks on Syria were ostensibly in retaliation for scores of deaths by chemical weapons in Khan Sheikhoun (Idlib governorate in the northwestern part of the Syrian Arab Republic). Instead of a unilateral attack, the proper course of action should have been an investigation of the Khan Sheikhoun deaths …

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On the Effort to Exonerate Team USA for the Rise of ISIS

February 22, 2017 – Rogue Nation by David Mizner Assad is primarily responsible for the rise of ISIS. No one else is even close, with the possible exceptions of former Iraqi presidents Maliki and Hussein. That’s the predictable message of the State Department and its proxy reporters at outlets like …

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Amnesty Report on Syrian Prison Deaths Questioned by Ex UK Ambassador to Syria

February 17, 2017 – SPUTNIK Amnesty International’s latest report on mass extrajudicial killings in Syria would not stand scrutiny, according to former British ambassador to Syria, Peter Ford. On February 7, the organization issued an explosive report titled ‘Human Slaughterhouse, Mass Hangings and Extermination at Saydhaya prison, Syria,’ alleging that the …

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Why I Support Tulsi Gabbard Going To Syria

February 19, 2017 – Civil Beat by Ann Wright The congresswoman is a brave person willing to take the criticism for challenging U.S. policies that she believes are wrong. I served my country for 29 years in the U.S. Army/ Army Reserves and retired as a colonel.  I also served 16 years …

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Please support Tulsi Gabbard’s courageous initiative on Syria

Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) has been the lone voice in Congress to defy the warmongers and propagandists urging the US to spend more taxpayer dollars and put more American lives in harm’s way in order to overthrow Syria’s legally constituted government.  She is not afraid to say that US actions …

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We bid a final farewell to Archbishop Hilarion Capucci

The Syria Solidarity Movement bids a final farewell to  Archbishop Hilarion Capucci The Syrian, Palestinian and Arab world together mourn the loss and celebrate the life of Archbishop Hilarion Capucci, a resistance figure of towering stature for freedom, dignity and independence until the end of his 94 years. He was brought …

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False Statements Against the Syria Solidarity Movement®

The Syria Solidarity Movement® (SSM) wishes to correct the false and malicious statements circulated in Denmark and elsewhere on our position toward Syria and the war against it, both on the ground and in the news. Our statement is prompted by the slanderous accusations of Danish Member of Parliament Naser Khader, who is circulating false …

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Is the UN resolution on Syria a positive initiative?

The Syria Solidarity Movement welcomes the UN Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire and political settlement in Syria. It is a hopeful initiative for three main reasons. First, if it is true that the US and its allies no longer seek to overthrow the legal government of the sovereign …

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Will the women bring peace and resolution to Syria?

On December 5, 2015, the Arab Women’s Progressive League (AWPL) will host its most important conference at the most critical time ever for Syria. With the threat of US-Russian direct confrontation at its highest since the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, the women hope to create a new channel of …

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