Peace alliance condemns Israel's attack on Syria, opposes Western intervention

May 2013
Green Left Weekly;5/15/2013, Issue 965, p18
The article focuses on a statement released by the World Social Forum, a global campaign in solidarity with the Syrian revolution launched in Tunisia in March 2013, in which academics and artists have supported the struggle of Syrian people and they oppose the attacks by Israel on Syria.


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