Ask Russia's PM Putin to Allow UN Security Council Resolution Condemning Brutality by Syrian Regime
  • Petitioned Sergey I. Kislyak

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Sergey I. Kislyak

Ask Russia's PM Putin to Allow UN Security Council Resolution Condemning Brutality by Syrian Regime

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      Syrian American Council

 

Demand that the Ambassador of Russia in Washington D.C. encourage Russia's Prime Minister Putin to condemn brutality by allowing the United Nations Security Council resolution condemning the Assad Regime and the brutal crackdown against unarmed civilian protestors and to refer the Assad regime to the ICC

 

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    • Sharon Fuentes PORTLAND, CT
      • almost 3 years ago
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    • Ayham Tibi HOUSTON, TX
      • almost 3 years ago

      MASSACRE- MASSACRE- MASSACRE IN HAMAH-SYRIA TODAY 7/31/2011 BY THE DICTATOR BASHAR AL ASSAD’S FAMILY AND HIS REGIME!!!!!! WHEN ALL SYRIAN ARE GOING TO WAKE UP AND STOP THESE MURDERERS ONCE AND FOR ALL................ WHEN THE WHOLE WORLD IS GOING TO STOP THESE SAVAGES MURDERERS ONCE AND FOR ALL..............PLEASE HELP THE SYRIAN PEOPLE & SAVE OUR HUMANITY ONCE AND FOR ALL!!!!!!

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    • rasha basha TROY, MI
      • about 3 years ago

      Please don't let another massacre happened to my beloved city Hama.

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    • Patricia McDonnell LOS ANGELES, CA
      • about 3 years ago

      Russia should be a leader in protecting the Syrian people to oppose a brutal dictatorship, PLEASE STOP ABETTING ASSAD in his vicious attacks on the non violent people of Syria who want their right to self determination. The Assad clan is corrupt and rules by oppression.

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    • abdul jlelati FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA
      • about 3 years ago

      please help the syrian people, we need to sto the killing, you can help , please help

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