Tell Congress: Vote NO on military intervention in Syria
Far too many Syrians have suffered terribly, for far too long.
Over two and a half years of violent conflict, more than 100,000 people have been killed. Two million Syrians are now refugees, and more than 6.8 million urgently need humanitarian aid.
At President Obama's request, Congress will very soon vote on whether to authorize a military strike against military targets in Syria. There is a clear risk that this proposed intervention will make matters worse, not better, for the ordinary men, women and children of Syria.
Instead, the United States – along with Russia and other world leaders – should urgently pursue a peaceful, political solution to end the conflict and bloodshed in Syria.
Write to your representatives in Congress right now: Urge them to vote NO on authorizing military intervention in Syria and instead push for peace talks.