[act-ma] [UJP Activist] Crisis in Syria: What's Happening Now and What Next?

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The war in Syria is worsening and President Obama has pledged to help arm the  
opposition to the President Assad. Even though the vast majority of U.S.  
citizens do not want to intervene, at this point Obama has promised small  
arms. But war-hawks want to go further and try to create a no fly zone,  
provide heavy weapons, use cruise missiles to attack key targets and do  
whatever else they can to ensure the current regime falls. Join us for a  
panel briefing on Syria discussing what is happening to Syrians, what next  
and how we can push for no U.S. intervention and pursue avenues to end the  

*Telephone Conference Call*

*June 26th 8:30 PM ET/ 5:30 PT*

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*Suzan Boulad*

Suzan Boulad is a Syrian-American youth involved in the revolution any way  
she can. She was part of a trip to Syria in March where she delivered aid and  
coordinated with civilian activist groups. She is the editor of the Alliance  
for Kurdish Rights and is focused on minority rights, both in Syria and in  
general. She will be attending the University of Minnesota School Of Law in  
the fall.

*Dr. Stephen Zunes*

Dr. Stephen Zunes is a Professor of Politics and International Studies at the  
University of San Francisco, where he chairs the program in Middle Eastern  
Studies. He serves as a senior policy analyst for the Foreign Policy in Focus  
project of the Institute for Policy Studies and chair of the academic  
advisory committee for the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict.

*James Yee*

James J. Yee is a former US Army Chaplain and graduate of West Point with a  
degree in International Relations from Troy University. Captain Yee's  
daughter and his former wife live in Damascus. Yee is best known for his  
service as the Muslim Chaplain for the U.S. prison camp in Guantanamo Bay,  
Cuba. In 2003 after objecting to prisoner abuses he witnessed, Captain Yee  
was accused of spying, espionage, and aiding the alleged Taliban and Al-Qaeda  
prisoners. He was arrested and imprisoned in a Navy brig for 76 days. All  
charges were eventually dropped. 

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617-383-4857 www.justicewithpeace.org [5] Upcoming Events:  Crisis in Syria:  
What's Happening Now and What Next? [6] Wed Jun 26 8:30pm telephone  
conference call Celebration of the Life of Charley Richardson [7] Sat Jun 29  
3:00pm UMass Boston Dorchester State House Hearing - Budget for All  
Resolution [8] Wed Jul 10 10:00am State House Boston
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