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Ever since Trump announced US withdrawal from Syria, the forces of war have been having a temper tantrum, trying to reverse the decision. Their latest attempt is H.R. 31, legislation that would impose new levels of sanctions on Syria with unrealistic conditions that would have to be met before the penalties could be suspended.

This is a controversial bill and we are concerned about plans in the House to use a fast-track procedure meant for non-controversial bills. Send a message now to your Representative that you oppose H.R. 31 and not to fast-track it.

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  • Farouk Belal
    commented 2019-01-22 16:33:52 -0500
    In response to David B. Chandler comment responding to Oz Katerji: your comment defiantly make no sense and has nothing to do what Oz is saying. You are just maneuvering because you know very well that Codepink has became an apologist and advocate organization for a war criminal. You have no logic statement to defend them here
  • Farouk Belal
    commented 2019-01-22 16:29:32 -0500
    A clear advocacy campaign for Assad and to support his continuous crimes against Syrians. I wounder what research you have done to come to this nonsense conclusion
  • David B. Chandler
    commented 2019-01-22 16:14:00 -0500
    In part reacting to the comment of Oz Katerji: Syria has had enough of war. Assad is more likely to be captured alive when the war is over, which should be the objective in holding him accountable. The United States should send unarmed peacekeepers to the Kurdish ruled areas of Syria to protect them from the Turkish threat, but Trump is not interested in helping a revolutionary egalitarian protostate where women have an equal voice.
  • Oz Katerji
    commented 2019-01-22 14:38:31 -0500
    Codepink consulted with no Syrian groups before making this decision. Codepink are lobbying to protect the Assad regime from sanctions for its campaign of murder, rape and torture against Syrian civilians. These measures are designed to uphold international law. With this campaign, Codepink is lobbying to protect human rights abusers and ensure Syrian civilians never see accountability or justice.
  • Donald Clark
    followed this page 2019-01-22 13:44:26 -0500