East Ghouta

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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 the appalling images of Syrian children and unbearable suffering of civilians in East Ghouta due to bombing by the Syrian regime.

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 Ian Blackford (Ross, Skye and Lochaber) (SNP) who raised the issue with the Prime Minister during PMQs on the 21st of February 2018.  I am dismayed by the impasse at United Nations. As of 26th of February 2018 it appears that the United Nations appears to be powerless in stopping the civilian atrocities.

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. Britain must use its International clout and influence at the United Nations to break the current impasse.

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

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Engage Ian Blackford (Ross, Skye and Lochaber) (SNP)

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Dear  Ian Blackford,

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 the appalling images of Syrian children and unbearable suffering of civilians in East Ghouta due to bombing by the Syrian regime.

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 wanted to appreciate your question to the Prime Minister during PMQs on the 21st of February 2018. It was pleasing to note that you are concerned about the harm being done to civilians in East Ghouta. However, I urge to continue to raise it in the parliament and become the voice for those who are suffering. I am dismayed by the impasse at United Nations. As of 26th of February 2018 it appears that the United Nations appears to be powerless in stopping the civilian atrocities. 

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. Britain must use its International clout and influence at the United Nations to break the current impasse. 

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, Address and Contact details

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 the appalling images of Syrian children and unbearable suffering of civilians in East Ghouta due to bombing by the Syrian regime.

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 Ian Blackford (Ross, Skye and Lochaber) (SNP) who raised the issue with the Prime Minister during PMQs on the 21st of February 2018. I am dismayed by the impasse at United Nations. As of 26th of February 2018 it appears that the United Nations appears to be powerless in stopping the civilian atrocities.

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. Britain must use its International clout and influence at the United Nations to break the current impasse. 

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, Address and Contact details

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 the appalling images of Syrian children and unbearable suffering of civilians in East Ghouta due to bombing by the Syrian regime. I am dismayed by the impasse at United Nations. As of 26th of February 2018 it appears that the United Nations appears to be powerless in stopping the civilian atrocities.

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.

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, Address and Contact details

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Engage on Social Media

  1. Ensure that on Twitter you use Hashtags such as #EasternGhouta, #Ghouta, #GhoutaGenocide, #SaveGhouta, #GhoutaIsBleeding 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.