FIRST POST – JUNE 25, 2013 – DEMONSTRATION IN DEARBORN AGAINST AMERICAN POLICY IN SYRIA


June 25, 2013
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
Press Release
SAF and MECAWI Rally
Opposing US Military Intervention in Syria
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 US 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
For further information please call Mr. Ziad Abu Fadel  (number 1-313-584-1900or at ziadfadel@ymail.com)
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Hi Ziad i hope you are well. Great news about the Scum Assir across the border. His compound destroyed and apparently hes on the run. This will help stem the flow of terror from that side.

Hows the Hallab operation going eager to hear how many B€#$?*%S been sent to the sizzler.

Peace & love UK

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Akhi Ziad, best wishes on the rally this weekend.

SG Fella

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Hello Ziad. Could you please confirm or deny the news from Russia Today that Russia has decided to evacuate all civilian and military personnel form Tartus naval base?

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I hope it’s big success, I’ll be there in spirit form only.

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Russia has evacuated the last of its personnel from Syria, including from its Mediterranean naval base in Tartus, in a move that appears to underline Moscow’s mounting concerns about the escalating crisis. Russian media reported on Wednesday that they had confirmed the evacuation with officials in the country’s military and foreign ministry. But there was no official confirmation of a claim from rebel Free Syrian Army sources that a Russian plane had been shot down and its pilot captured in the western Aleppo area. The effective closure of the Tartus base would be a significant loss, though a 16-ship naval… Read more »

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Mitsui O.S.K. Containers Sink Into Sea After Ship Cracks in Two MP34TR6K50XU June 28 (Bloomberg) — Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd., the world’s largest merchant ship operator, said about 1,700 containers sank into the sea with the back half of a vessel that broke into two amid a storm in the Indian Ocean last week. The containers had consumer goods and other merchandise inside, Akika Hamakawa, a spokeswoman at the Tokyo-based company, said by phone today. There were a total of 4,382 boxes on the ship, she said, declining to give more details about the cargo or customers, citing confidentiality agreements.… Read more »

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Hi ziad. I know it probably means nothing but we are rooting for the SAA here in Kenya.God bless