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Yarin
Posted: Friday, June 16, 2017 6:17:54 PM
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The following is an open letter from writer Steven Sahiounie to the US Government…

I am asking my American government to stop supporting terrorists in Syria. The US government, and media, keep calling them ‘moderate rebels’, but they are not. They were never moderate, and many are not rebels. By definition, a ‘rebel’ is rebelling against their own government. However, many of the US backed ‘rebels’ are not Syrian, and have no family ties to Syria, and have never been a citizen of Syria. For example, how could a Chinese citizen fight in a rebellion against the American government? By what right does a Chinese citizen have to kill and maim in order to change the US government? It is wrong and makes no sense.
I would never advocate, or support any armed attack, or rebellion against the American government. There are laws against murdering, raping, kidnapping and maiming people in USA. The same such laws exist in Syria. How could a democracy and a world leader like USA advocate murdering, raping, kidnapping and maiming innocent Syrian people?
From the out-set of violence and crimes in Syria in 2011, the US backed ‘rebels’ used sectarian slogans, and carries out sectarian attacks and massacres. Syria is a secular form of government, as is USA. Why would American leaders support the targeting of minorities in Syria, when the President of America is himself a minority? Why would the US government support the destruction on churches and mosques? American’s value religious freedom, and equality of minorities; yet the US backed ‘Free Syrian Army’ destroyed churches, targeted Christians, attacked Christian villages, as well as targeting Muslim minority sects with similar acts: such as Kessab, Ballouta, Mahardeh, and Maaloula among many others.
The US government sent weapons, missiles, special training, equipment, food, medical supplies, communications, and satellite imagery to the Free Syrian Army from 2011 to 2016. Yet, the current exodus of evacuees from East Aleppo has not received even one loaf of bread from USA. While the US backed FSA had many warehouses full of food and medicines they have left behind as they retreated deeper into East Aleppo. Finally, the ‘rebels’ who agreed to vacate recently have burned all the medical supplies and food storages, which were the gifts of the American taxpayers, so as to prevent the distribution of those supplies to the starving masses who have fled East Aleppo now.
American citizens are currently very concerned about Syrian refugees coming to USA who may have had ties to terrorism. The US backed ‘rebels’ are exactly the type of people the American citizens should be afraid of as possible new neighbors, living in their midst as settled refugees. They are the type of people who would chop off the head of their neighbor because his religion is not exactly the same as theirs. They are the type of people who are willing to take money from a foreign government for the purpose of destroying their own community. They are the type of people who do not value religious freedom, or minority rights. What would happen when the US backed ‘rebels’, who may be settled in USA, decide to rebel against the American government? Will the US President and Congress call them ‘freedom fighters’? Or, perhaps America’s enemies will fund and support their armed attacks on the US government and civilians?
We should all be united in our plea: please stop supporting terrorism in Syria, and around the world.
http://21stcenturywire.com/2017/02/01/dear-america-stop-supporting-terrorists-in-syria-and-around-the-world/

Well said. The average person doesn't know or comprehend what is going on in Syria. This article is needed because it is written and explained in simple terms so that most people can understand the basic message - the US is blatantly supporting terrorists and the US government and media are lying to the American people on this simple fact. The rebels are not 'moderate' - they are terrorists. The US government uses the term 'moderate' to conceal the fact they are terrorists. And these so-called 'rebels' are not 'rebels' and are not even Syrian! They are terrorists from other countries used as American proxy army to illegally invade Syria.

I salute the moral courage of this young man. We need more like him.
Where is the world's voice? The world community of nations should point their fingers at America and call it what it is -- a state sponsor of terrorism. Then introduce a resolution in the U.N. general assembly demanding America stop sponsoring terrorism in the world. That might shame America into going straight.
We in America can’t do this, at least not without help from the rest of the world. Our government is accustomed to ignoring us. And too many of us are accustomed to being ignored by “the world's greatest democracy.” But a lot of Americans are sick of war and sickened by what this alleged democracy is doing to the world. Help us stop it.



Yarin
Posted: Saturday, June 17, 2017 7:21:55 PM
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But for Trump: Let us make America criminal again.
OnTheVerge
Posted: Monday, June 19, 2017 4:36:43 AM

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It appears that even the people who read this forum do not want to face, think honestly about, or respond to, the "civil war" in Syria. While everyone in America and around the world keep TALKING about how horrible it is, few are DOING anything about the dire situation there.




Too often... we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.
progpen
Posted: Monday, June 19, 2017 7:39:45 AM

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Verge. Just from previous conversations, we've seen that there are quite a few on this forum who believe the war in Syria needs to stop ASAP. However, trying to pin everything on one country does no one any favors. We do understand that the US has played an integral part in starting and in continuing the war, but could not have done it alone or in a vacuum.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. ― Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Yarin
Posted: Monday, June 19, 2017 3:26:52 PM
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progpen wrote:

but could not have done it alone or in a vacuum.


Yes, not only the US there are Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, France United Kingdom and others. But those are just puppets of the US. They would do nothing like that without the US permission. To play the card of using such dangerous terrorist organisations, like ISIS, against Syria and its people is not a thing that those puppets would do by themselves.



progpen
Posted: Monday, June 19, 2017 4:18:10 PM

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Yarin wrote:
progpen wrote:

but could not have done it alone or in a vacuum.


Yes, not only the US there are Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, France United Kingdom and others. But those are just puppets of the US. They would do nothing like that without the US permission. To play the card of using such dangerous terrorist organisations, like ISIS, against Syria and its people is not a thing that those puppets would do by themselves.


If it were only that simple. But it is not. They are all sovereign nations and all the talk of puppets is just lazy. Each of those countries have their own agenda and their own motivations.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. ― Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Yarin
Posted: Monday, June 19, 2017 5:35:21 PM
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U.S downs Syrian SU-22 to protect ISIS near Raqqa.

USISIS military, you have so much blood on your hands! Get out of other people's countries you murderers...
Yarin
Posted: Monday, June 19, 2017 5:50:58 PM
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"The soldiers of General Suheil al-Hassan discovered and rescued the pilot of the downed aircraft. Now, Col. Fahd is in hospital and nothing threatens his life," the source said.
According to the source, the downed Syrian pilot was found about 30 kilometers (17 miles) south of Raqqa. The rescue operation was complicated by the fact that the pilot's landing site was in close proximity to the positions of Daesh (terrorist group outlawed in Russia) which also searched for the Syrian pilot.
The command of the Syrian army stated that the downed Su-22 was involved in anti-Daesh operations and accused the coalition of coordinating strikes with the terrorists.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also criticized the actions of US-led coalition in Syria, saying the United States should respect the sovereignty of the country and coordinate operations with Damascus.
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