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I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks and block­ade on civil­ians in Syr­ia. The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in the strongest terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I have seen images of Syr­i­an chil­dren with non­re­spon­sive pupils who have been gassed in Khan Sheikhun (Idlib) and the­se images are unbear­able.

Also, I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence and acknowl­edge the free­dom and rights of every indi­vid­u­al or com­mu­ni­ty or race to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the bru­tal killings of civil­ians in Syr­ia. The harm to them is unbear­able and must stop.

I reflect the sen­ti­ments of Andrew Mitchell, a Con­ser­v­a­tive MP who co-chairs the par­lia­men­tary Friends of Syr­ia, “The house should urgent­ly dis­cuss not ‘some­thing must be done’, but ‘what in the name of human­i­ty we, the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty, will do to save those who today are in such dread­ful jeop­ardy.”

I urge you to con­tin­ue to press for this issue in Par­lia­ment. Also, I express my wish for you to con­vey my posi­tion to ALL mem­bers of Par­lia­ment. Fur­ther­more, I wish that you con­vey my posi­tion to the For­eign Sec­re­tary, the Rt. Hon Boris John­son MP and to our Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter There­sa May.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly

Your Name

Engage Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP

Dear Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP,

I am writ­ing to you because I com­mend your efforts in rais­ing aware­ness about the plight of Syr­i­ans and call­ing your fel­low MPs to action.

I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks and block­ade on civil­ians in Syr­ia. The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in the strongest terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I have seen images of Syr­i­an chil­dren with non­re­spon­sive pupils who have been gassed in Khan Sheikhun (Idlib) and the­se images are unbear­able.

Also, I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence and acknowl­edge the free­dom and rights of every indi­vid­u­al or com­mu­ni­ty or race to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the bru­tal killings of civil­ians in Syr­ia. The harm to them is unbear­able and must stop.

I reflect your words on Syr­ia, “The house should urgent­ly dis­cuss not ‘some­thing must be done’, but ‘what in the name of human­i­ty we, the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty, will do to save those who today are in such dread­ful jeop­ardy.”

I urge you to con­tin­ue to press for this issue in Par­lia­ment. Also, I express my wish for you to con­vey my posi­tion to ALL mem­bers of Par­lia­ment. Fur­ther­more, I wish that you con­vey my posi­tion to the For­eign Sec­re­tary, the Rt. Hon Boris John­son MP and to our Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter There­sa May.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly,

Your Name

Engage Alison McGovern MP

Dear Alison McGov­ern MP,

I am writ­ing to you because I com­mend your efforts in rais­ing aware­ness about the plight of Syr­i­ans and call­ing your fel­low MPs to action.

I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks and block­ade on civil­ians in Syr­ia. The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in the strongest terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I have seen images of Syr­i­an chil­dren with non­re­spon­sive pupils who have been gassed in Khan Sheikhun (Idlib) and the­se images are unbear­able.

Also, I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence and acknowl­edge the free­dom and rights of every indi­vid­u­al or com­mu­ni­ty or race to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the bru­tal killings of civil­ians in Syr­ia. The harm to them is unbear­able and must stop.

I reflect the sen­ti­ments of Andrew Mitchell, your col­league on the par­lia­men­tary Friends of Syr­ia, “The house should urgent­ly dis­cuss not ‘some­thing must be done’, but ‘what in the name of human­i­ty we, the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty, will do to save those who today are in such dread­ful jeop­ardy.”

I urge you to con­tin­ue to press for this issue in Par­lia­ment. Also, I express my wish for you to con­vey my posi­tion to ALL mem­bers of Par­lia­ment. Fur­ther­more, I wish that you con­vey my posi­tion to the For­eign Sec­re­tary, the Rt. Hon Boris John­son MP and to our Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter There­sa May.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly,

Your Name

Engage Rt. Hons. Boris Johnson MP

Dear  Rt. Hons. Boris John­son,

I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks and block­ade on civil­ians in Syr­ia. The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in the strongest terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I have seen images of Syr­i­an chil­dren with non­re­spon­sive pupils who have been gassed in Khan Sheikhun (Idlib) and the­se images are unbear­able.

Also, I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence and acknowl­edge the free­dom and rights of every indi­vid­u­al or com­mu­ni­ty or race to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the bru­tal killings of civil­ians in Syr­ia. The harm to them is unbear­able and must stop.

I reflect the sen­ti­ments of Andrew Mitchell, a Con­ser­v­a­tive MP who co-chairs the par­lia­men­tary Friends of Syr­ia, “The house should urgent­ly dis­cuss not ‘some­thing must be done’, but ‘what in the name of human­i­ty we, the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty, will do to save those who today are in such dread­ful jeop­ardy.”

I urge you to con­tin­ue to press for this issue in Par­lia­ment. t. Also, I express my wish for you to con­vey my posi­tion to ALL mem­bers of Par­lia­ment. Fur­ther­more, I wish that you con­vey my posi­tion to our Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter There­sa May.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly,

Your Name

Engage Amnesty International

Dear Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al,

I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks and block­ade on civil­ians in Syr­ia. The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in the strongest terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I have seen images of Syr­i­an chil­dren with non­re­spon­sive pupils who have been gassed in Khan Sheikhun (Idlib) and the­se images are unbear­able.

Also, I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence and acknowl­edge the free­dom and rights of every indi­vid­u­al or com­mu­ni­ty or race to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the bru­tal killings of civil­ians in Syr­ia. The harm to them is unbear­able and must stop.

I reflect the sen­ti­ments of Andrew Mitchell, a Con­ser­v­a­tive MP who co-chairs the par­lia­men­tary Friends of Syr­ia, “The house should urgent­ly dis­cuss not ‘some­thing must be done’, but ‘what in the name of human­i­ty we, the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty, will do to save those who today are in such dread­ful jeop­ardy.”

Doubtless you are aware about the plight of the Syr­i­an civil­ians, which has been wide­ly report­ed in the Press. I am con­cerned about your actions in con­demn­ing this geno­cide. I believe that Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al should take a stronger stance again­st this geno­cide and con­demn it unequiv­o­cal­ly.

I would also like to know as to how I can be of assis­tance and help to Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al in rais­ing aware­ness and ensur­ing that that the ter­ri­ble atroc­i­ties are halt­ed imme­di­ate­ly?

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours faith­ful­ly,

Your Name

Also include Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al in your Tweets and Face­book posts.

Engage on Social Media

  1. Ensure that on Twit­ter you use Hash­tags such as #Idlib, #Syr­i­aCri­sis & #Syr­ia geno­cide and con­tin­ue to Tweet to ensure that the issue receives cov­er­age and trend­ing.
  2. Join Face­book groups which are work­ing on rais­ing aware­ness and con­tin­ue to post about the issue to ensure that the issue receives cov­er­age and trend­ing.
  3. Join groups and sign peti­tions call­ing for Unit­ed Nations to inves­ti­gate the Syr­i­an Regime for war crimes.
  4. Post Videos and pho­tos of the suf­fer­ing of Syr­i­ans on Insta­gram and oth­er Social Media out­lets and con­tin­ue to raise aware­ness.