[PETITION] Keep up the Pressure! No Attacks on Syria – Stop Endless War!


The devastating war in Syria rages on. While the New York Times recently reported that the Trump administration has quietly ended the covert program to supply Syrian rebel groups with arms and supplies, the Los Angeles Times, just a few days later, reported that U.S. trained Syrian opposition fighters hope to take a fresh stand against President Assad, with U.S. backing, “potentially drawing the U.S. into a long and costly conflict.”

We must step up our efforts  to stop our government from expanding its war in Syria and to stop Endless War.    

Please read and sign UFPJ’s  new Petition: “No Attacks on Syria – Stop Endless War!

The Syria Petition, directed to Congress, is being co-sponsored by these outstanding organizations:  

  • AFSC Peace and Economic Security Program
  • Catholic Conference of Superiors of Men Religious
  • Code Pink
  • Military Families Speak Out
  • Out of Syria-Boston
  • People Demanding Action
  • Veterans For Peace
  • US Peace Council
  • Western States Legal Foundation
  • September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows

Sign the Petition today, calling on Congress to Recognize that there is no military solution to terrorism; stop widening the conflict in Syria and instead try to end it.

  • End all bombing missions and aerial strikes; bring home U.S. troops and special operations teams; stop supplying arms and revoke the 2001 AUMF.  

  • Increase humanitarian aid and help resettle more Syrian refugees in the United States.

  • Abide by international laws, treaties, diplomatic norms, and our Constitution.  

  • Reverse current escalations of military action and instead work to de-escalate and demilitarize conflicts around the world.

The unimaginable brutality of the war in Syria must end.  This war, as with all other wars, kills, injures, poisons the water and land, creates refugees and crushes the hopes and dreams of millions of people.  

“This Madness Must Cease”.  (MLK)


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