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SYRIA, JORDAN AND YOU WITH SIRAJ DAVIS

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Syria remains the central battleground in the worldwide war against national self-determination and democracy being waged in the guise of a "war on terror." Those who think we will stop the imperial march in Syria need to realize it is just one battlefield in a much larger war.

While it is as critical as ever to stop it, we must understand it in the context of the larger war for human freedom that we are all a part of, whether as "combatants" or as baffled civilians caught in the crossfire who do not yet realize we are at war for the survival of civilization itself.

Those of us who choose to resist injustice are Soldiers For Peace. Since each of us issues our own marching orders, we must have the intelligence necessary to rationally plan the strategy and tactics we want to use. That means getting information from sources on the ground.

Join us on Saturday, September 21 when our guest will be  human rights activist and journalist Siraj Davis, a Soldier For Peace who is a long time resident of Amman, Jordan. Like all Peoples in the region, Jordanians are playing a part in the grassroots resistance to the efforts of the corporate elite to enslave the Arab world (along with everyone else) in a permanent fascist New World Order.

While we will be focused on Jordan, from there we will survey the entire battlefield, from Riyahd to Moscow to DC. Please join us in a conversation on how to build a united international front against fascism and war at the grassroots level.


Know the truth and the truth will set us free.

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