Syrian People send Messages to the U.S.

Syrian People send Messages to the U.S.

U.S. anti-war delegation witnesses Syria’s resistance to imperialism.

With the U.S. government keeping both massive bombing and regime change “on the table” for Syria in mid-September, we from the International Action Center and others among the anti-war forces in the U.S. believed it important to organize a delegation to visit this small country now facing imperialist attack.

Washington has coordinated a destabilization campaign against Syria for the last 30 months. The U.S., its NATO allies and the Gulf monarchies have flooded Syria with arms and mercenary fighters, while cultivating a vicious climate of sectarian violence.

The IAC, together with Syrian Americans, organized a delegation as part of a continuing campaign to build resistance at home to the U.S. war against Syria. All participants plan to continue organizing mass protests and educational campaigns in the U.S. that counter the demonization of Syria and expose all the fraudulent war propaganda, as well as explain to the movement here what is at stake in Syria today.

Former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark and former six-term Congressperson Cynthia McKinney led the delegation of activists to Syria, which included Dedon Kamathi, of the All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party, and John Parker and Sara Flounders of the IAC. Johnny Achi of the L.A. based Arab Americans 4 Syria, met the group in Damascus.

These are some of the highlights from their trip.