Local Syrian-Americans rally to help their war-torn homeland "The Syrian people are not the victims of a natural disaster; it's not an earthquake or tsunami that we're here to address," Ayloush said. "It's an ongoing process of killing and massacres that will not end until the Syrian people are given the chance or the tools to defend themselves."
Why did the bodies of 110 men suddenly wash up in the river running through Aleppo city six weeks ago? "This is a message from the army; every time the FSA will step forward, we will kill more civilians. Now the families of each victim are going to join the FSA."
This guy isn't helping. ' “I insist that the Syrian women in Zaatari and elsewhere are practicing prostitution because they like it or got used to it, not for money, or for the sake of their poor families,” Ghassan Jamous, a spokesman for the rebel Free Syrian Army in northern Jordan, says.'