it is not over, it just begun.
Can you please be more clear and explain which “game is over?”
the game of destroying
It is a tragedy to describe the killing of more than 450 Syrian civilians
as a “game.” Remember that language often marks real attitudes. Do you
consider taking some many peaceful Syrian lives as something of a “game”
you may enjoy playing!
From: lina omran
|Farajissa1@aol.com … wrote:|
From: Bassam Mahdawi:
Greetings of Peace,,
When the French Revolution or the American Revolution or civil rights movement occured, no voices were recorded in history to have said these were chaotic movements who are uncivilized, in fact they created a civilization for future generations. Change is uneasy for someone not used to it, and makes some people to feel insecure. I sympathize with them and pray for them. What is not acceptable is for a discussion on freedom to turn into personal attacks of “real Syrians” or “foreign agents” these tactics claims are old and fall down by themselves the same way no anti-revolution voices are remembered from the French, American, Tunisian, and Egyptian revolutions.The facts on the ground are that protesters are practicing their human right, since God created all people free, to peacefully protest oppression and corruption that has compounded the lives of Syrians for over 48 years. The struggle of the people is not primarily for economic reasons, but to restore dignity and honor that has been taken away for generations. The only one who IS causing chaos, vaccume, hate, promoting sectarianism, inticing violence, planting agents in extremist clothing and rhetoric, and indiscriminate killing is the regime in its entirety: the 15 security service agencies that occupy and overrule the law and take things into their own hands. Syrians are fedup with being silent for 48 years cannot breath without the security questioning them, this is a struggle for democracy and respect for humanity. This is a human struggle with high morals and values that regime supporters seem to miss.The facts is that Syrian regime has committed attrocities that are numerous to count: what matters today for Syrians is to move forward and stop the killing. People have chanted and spoke loud and clear, Syrians are against sectarian violence, sectarian speech, Syrian are all united together as one nation regardless of religion, sect, or ethnicity. The only one cause harm and killing people based on the sectarian background is the regime. The regime tried this tactic since 1963 by convincing people from the Alawite, Druz, Ismaili and Christian community that Sunnis want to kill them, the regime created this fear. But Syria’s history have always been a harmony between all of its people, and many people did not fall in the trap of the regime. People today from all parts of Syria and walks of life are calling for the security agencies that have killed over 600 innocent Syrians to stop the killing. Maher Asad should be tried publically along with all his commanders for killing Syrian people. Syrians want freedom and peace, the state want instability and hate. Syrians want a better Syria and the regime wants to keep things the same way.The oppressor will go out of his way to defend his way of fighting the revolution from deception to fabrication, the regime has done this for too long and changing might be painful.. protestors have the truth to speak, the truth stands tall and will lead a transition from the Asad family and associates to the people..You want to believe this great!, its your choice, history will not mention those who stand against the will of the people.towards a ONE Syria for ALL Syrians not a backyard for an individual or a partyI send my love and greetings to those who agree or disagree with my point.
Ammar Kahf , Syrian Emergency Task Force– LA
From: Anthony Saidy :
Everyone likes freedom – for himself. You are one of those. -AFS