Syria

The focus of this presentation is on the need to change U.S. foreign policy in the effort to stop endless fighting, including wars taking place in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria; and threatening actions from North Korea and Iran, to one of diplomacy and negotiations. It will …

From the Dorchester People for Peace Update, July 21, 2017 Despite how despicable Donald Trump remains in so many ways, reports that he plans to end US arming of so-called “moderate” Syrian rebels is good for Syria – and good for the US.  While the NY …

Dorchester People for Peace INVITES YOU TO A PRESENTATION AND DIALOGUE: Why Manchester? Why Portland? Why Syria? Are all Muslims Extremists? What do Muslims Believe? Speaker: Hayat Imam Hayat is a Muslim Feminist, Member of Dorchester People for Peace, and a long time Activist for …

Today, U.S. aircraft launched airstrikes against pro-Assad forces, a step that amounts to a significant increase in U.S. military involvement in Syria. The strike took place near Syria’s southern border with Jordan and Iraq against a convoy made up of pro-Assad Syrian and Iranian fighters. …

Stop Trump’s War on Syria

April 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

On Thursday night, Donald Trump attacked Syria with over 50 Tomahawk missiles. We don’t know who caused the chemical attack in Idlib province, but U.S. bombs will not help the situation. The Syrian civil war must be solved by diplomacy, not more bombs. A new …

To: The Massachusetts Congressional Delegation The shooting down of a Syrian air force jet, following a Tomahawk missile attack on a Syrian airbase, represent a significant escalation of US military activity in the Middle East, but not a dramatic departure from the policies of the …

This article appeared in our Spring 2017 Newsletter. More than ineffective, U.S. policy in the Middle East has been counter-productive and destructive. The policy has been ineffective because the U.S. has not been able to show true leadership, play the role of honest broker, and …

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