Dozens of Syrian army soldiers 'defect' in Damascus - activists

Dozens of Syrian army soldiers 'defect' in Damascus - activists
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Hello Friend,

When the conflict began in Syria two years ago i began keeping track of what was going on and have ever since. I have also been praying diligently for the people of Syria and speaking out in America to all i meet in my stance for peace in Syria. The saddest thing for me to see is that this war is very much affecting children. This breaks my heart. I consider myself an activist and always speak up for justice.

One day i was reading the news, here in America, and Syria was on the headlines. But right under that headline was a big article about the Grammys that would take place the next day (Hollywood stupidity). This juxtaposition of suffering and luxury existing so closely together in our consciousnesses, blurring the line of right and wrong, and allowing us to click on the next hot topic without a second thought struck me as terribly awry. The next day photos from the Grammys was in the spot where the article on Syria had been the day before. The Grammys had now become the most important topic. I cried for the apathy of America and i knew i had to write a song to speak out for the people of Syria. So i did.

The song "Syria" was written for all the people of Syria particularly the children. I am trying to reach out to the people of Syria through social networking so that they can hear this song and perhaps feel a sense of hope and that there are those in America who really do care about Syria and who do wish for peace.

Please share our song and spread the melody of peace.


DeleVan DellErba (not verified) Tue, 09/03/2013 - 15:22

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