No Military Action in Syria!

Stand with us: Demand an immediate end to ongoing US military intervention in Syria!


Far too often, the victims of US military intervention have been innocent civilians.  Already, over 400,000 have been killed and millions more have been displaced in one of the worst humanitarian crises since World War II.

Since his inauguration, President Trump has ordered raids in Yemen and air assaults on Mosul and a mosque near Aleppo that have killed scores of civilians. These crimes are compounded by his administration's anti-Muslim immigration proposals and deportations, especially targeting Syrians fleeing their country's civil war.

Continued US strikes inside Syria will inflict even more civilian casualties and risks further escalation of the war in Syria into a proxy war between the United States and Russia.

We live under a bipartisan system where launching 59 tomahawk missiles is a humanitarian act, but accepting Syrian refugees and others fleeing violence is considered just too dangerous.

The Green Party is calling for the immediate imposition of an arms embargo on all sides and an open door for Syrians feeling the conflict.

We are also demanding an impartial probe of the Idlib gas attacks and emergency negotiations are necessary to stop further bloodshed.

Please sign our petition and tell President Trump and Congress that military solutions won't bring peace and stability to Syria or any other country. 

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    Stand with the Green Party and sign our petition demanding an immediate end to US intervention in Syria.
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  • Steve Hamilton
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    I've been writing regularly to congressmen opposing war since 2002. The worst response was from Feinstein condescendingly explaining why she then favored entering Iraq. U.S. intervention in the middle east is specifically why it is a disaster today. Also pertinent is how endless war funding effect domestic programs?