Our Humanitarian Letter to Stop Genocide, Siege, and Forced Displacement _ رسالتنا الإنسانية في مواجهة الإبادة و الحصار والتهجير _ Lettre Humanitaire pour arrêter le génocide, le siège et le déplacement forcé des populations _ La nostra lettera umanitaria per fermare il genocidio, l'assedio e lo sfollamento forzato
Our Humanitarian Letter to Stop Genocide, Siege, and Forced Displacement

Based on our belief in the strength of the human conscience, and that people can influence their governments' foreign policies, we address this message to you and to all Parliamentary institutions in the world, hoping to save hundreds of thousands of human lives threatened today in Eastern Ghouta in Syria. We hope that this message will contribute to the formation of a broad front to stop the current genocide against civilians there.
Today, civilians in Eastern Ghouta, near Damascus are facing a barbaric campaign of airstrikes, missiles and heavy artillery bombardment, with various instruments of destruction, including internationally prohibited weapons such as (Napalm, Phosphorus bombs, Chemical weapons and toxic gases). In addition to a relentless campaign of indiscriminate bombardment from the air civilians have faced several military incursions via land which have caused displacements of residents from their towns. This massive campaign follows years of blockade, bombing and nonstop military campaigns against the civilian population.
In just three weeks, as a result of heavy shelling on civilian neighborhoods and residential buildings, nearly one thousand human lives were lost and thousands were injured. Amongst the victims are hundreds of children, women and elderly people. The assault on Ghouta is being carried out in conjunction with the deliberate targeting of dozens of medical points, hospitals, ambulances and civil defense centers, with the goal of deliberately obstructing the rescue of the injured and the recovery of victims' bodies.
The Syrian regime and its allies refuse to abide the Security Council Resolution 2401, which was meant to impose a 30-day ceasefire and allow access to besieged Ghouta to facilitate humanitarian action, and allow the opening of corridors for the delivery of aid. The World Health Organization (WHO) stated that the regime looted equipment and medical supplies from an aid convoy which was en route to Eastern Ghouta on March 4th. This behavior unambiguously reveals a dangerous policy of collective punishment, using violence and subsequently restricting medical access to pressure the inhabitants of Ghouta into accepting a, repeat of the scenario that played out in the Eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo. Forced displacement is a war crime which has already played out in Daraya and Aleppo, today the regime is trying to repeat the crime of forced displacement yet again, but this time against civilians of Eastern Ghouta.
For more than three weeks thousands of besieged people in towns and villages of Eastern Ghouta have been living in catastrophic conditions. Civilians, including children, have been living in basements where they face severe shortages of food and or heating, and almost complete loss of medical supplies and equipment, all this coupled with the fact that they can't reach sunlight for weeks on end. Many civilians get killed when they leave their basement shelters to obtain necessities for their daily lives. Civil defense and rescue teams are struggling to save as many lives as they can and many of their volunteers have lost their lives while doing their humanitarian duty.
Subjugating the population to such conditions is a crime of genocide, and still there are no serious efforts to stop it.
Today we unite as groups, organizations, initiatives, institutions and volunteer teams to stop this genocide against about 400,000 human beings in Eastern Ghouta, human beings who face imminent eradication and imposed displacement under the pretext of the so-called war on terror.
We address you in the name of the values of justice and humanity. We ask you to contribute your voice and stand with us against this great destruction. Raise your voices through your parliaments and representative councils, not only to try and save tens of thousands of civilians from genocide and forced displacement in Syria, but also to save fundamental human values. Allowing these crimes to continue and in broad daylight is a great danger on the future of humanity.
We believe that you can affect the situation by ​pushing your governments to to fulfill their roles, guaranteeing an immediate stop to these barbaric military actions against civilians who need assurances of safety and dignity. We believe you can send a message by ​writing petitions and submitting statements to your parliaments​, as well as all international representative bodies and organizations to demand their immediate response and actions. It is our humanitarian duty to stop the tragedy that is taking place today in Eastern Ghouta.
Time is precious, it's price is paid by civilians in Eastern Ghouta with their pain and their lives.
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رسالتنا الإنسانية في مواجهة الإبادة والحصار والتهجير


انطلاقاً من قناعتنا بقوة الضمير الإنساني، ومن اعتقادنا الراسخ بقدرة الشعوب على التأثير في السياسات الخارجية لحكوماتها، نتوجه برسالتنا هذه إليكم، وإلى سائر المؤسسات البرلمانية في العالم، علّنا نستطيع إنقاذ مئات الآلاف من الأرواح الإنسانية المهددة اليوم في سوريا في الغوطة الشرقية، آملين أن تسهم رسالتنا هذه في تشكيل جبهة واسعة من أجل إيقاف حملة الإبادة الحالية التي يتعرض لها المدنيون فيها.
يواجه المدنيون اليوم في الغوطة الشرقية قرب دمشق حملة همجية من قصف جوي وصاروخي ومدفعي عنيف بمختلف صنوف الأسلحة، بما فيها الأسلحة المحرمة دولياً (نابالم، قنابل فوسفورية، أسلحة كيماوية وغازات سامة)، مع اقتحامات برية أسفرت عن إفراغ عدة بلدات فيها من سكانها، وتأتي هذه الحملة الواسعة في أعقاب سنوات من الحصار والقصف والحملات العسكرية المتكررة.
خلال ثلاثة أسابيع فقط، فارقَ ما يقارب ألف شخص حياتهم، وأُصيبَ الآلاف، جراء القصف العنيف الذي استهدف الأحياء والمباني السكنية. وبين الضحايا والمصابين مئات الأطفال والنساء والشيوخ، بالتزامن مع استهداف عشرات النقاط الطبية والمشافي وسيارات الإسعاف ومراكز الدفاع المدني، في سلوك يتعمد عرقلة إنقاذ المصابين وانتشال جثامين الضحايا.
رفضَ النظام السوري وحلفاؤه الالتزام بقرار مجلس الأمن رقم 2401، القاضي بوقف إطلاق النار لمدة ثلاثين يوماً، وتسهيل العمل الإنساني ورفع الحصار وفتح الممرات لإيصال المساعدات، وقد صرحت منظمة الصحة العالمية أن النظام قام بسحب المعدات والمواد الطبية من قافلة المساعدات التي دخلت الغوطة الشرقية يوم 4 آذار الماضي. يشير هذا السلوك دون لبسٍ إلى نوايا خطيرة، تتمثل بالسعي للتضييق على السكان إلى أقصى حد ممكن، وصولاً إلى تكرار سيناريو أحياء حلب الشرقية في الغوطة، إي ارتكاب جريمة التهجير القسري بحقهم.
يعيش عشرات آلاف المحاصرين منذ أكثر من ثلاثة أسابيع في مدن وبلدات الغوطة الشرقية ظروفاً كارثية، فهم يقطنون في أقبية لا يصلها ضوء الشمس منذ أكثر من أسبوعين، في ظل نقص حاد في الغذاء والمواد اللازمة للتدفئة، وفقدان شبه كامل للمستلزمات والمعدات الطبية والأدوية. وفيما يفارق كثيرون ممن يغادرون الأقبية لتأمين المستلزمات الضرورية حياتهم يومياً، تجتهد فرق الإسعاف والدفاع المدني في محاولة إنقاذ ما يمكن إنقاذه بإمكانيات بسيطة، وقد دفع كثيرون من كوادرها حياتهم أثناء أداء واجبهم الإنساني.
إن إخضاع السكان لظروف كهذه هو جريمة إبادة جماعية، لا يتم بذلُ جهودٍ جديةٍ لإيقافها.
نتحدُ اليوم كمجموعات ومؤسسات ومنظمات وفرق تطوعية في وجه الإبادة الحاصلة بحق حوالي 400,000 إنسان في الغوطة الشرقية، وفي وجه محاولة فرض التهجير بذريعة الحرب على الإرهاب.
نخاطبكم باسم قيم العدالة والإنسانية، كي تساهموا معنا في الوقوف ضد هذا الخراب العظيم، وترفعوا أصواتكم عبر برلماناتكم ومجالسكم التمثيلية، ليس فقط لمحاولة إنقاذ حياة عشرات آلاف المهددين الآن بالإبادة والتهجير القسري في سوريا، بل لإنقاذ القيم الإنسانية ذاتها، لأن السماح بمواصلة هذه الجرائم العلنية يشكل خطراً داهماً على مستقبل العالم.
نثق بأنه يمكنكم التأثير، من خلال دفع حكوماتكم لأن تقوم بدورها، وتكون الضامن للوقف الفوري لهذه الأعمال العسكرية الهمجية تجاه المدنيين، من خلال عملية سياسية فعالة بالمشاركة مع هيئات الحكم المحلية، يكون أساسها ضمان سلامة وكرامة المدنيين. ومن خلال صياغة العرائض ورفع البيانات إلى برلماناتكم وجميع الهيئات التمثيلية الوطنية والمنظمات الدولية، لمطالبة الجميع بالقيام بواجبهم الإنساني ووقف المأساة الحاصلة اليوم في الغوطة الشرقية.
الوقت ثمين جداً، يسدد فاتورته المدنيون في الغوطة الشرقية من حيواتهم وآلامهم كل دقيقة.

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Lettre Humanitaire pour arrêter le génocide, le siège et le déplacement forcé des populations.

Nous croyons en la force de la conscience humaine et en la capacité des citoyens à influencer la politique étrangère de leur pays. Nous vous adressons ce message ainsi qu’à toutes les institutions parlementaires du monde dans l’espoir de sauver des centaines de milliers de vies humaines menacées aujourd’hui dans la région Syrienne de la « Ghouta Orientale ».

Nous espérons que ce message contribuera à la formation d’un grand mouvement pour arrêter l’actuel génocide contre les civils sur place.

Aujourd’hui les civils de la « Ghouta Orientale » doivent faire face à une campagne de frappes aériennes barbares et à des bombardements de missiles et d’artillerie lourde avec divers types d'armes ; y compris avec des armes internationalement prohibées tel que le Napalm, les bombes au phosphore, les armes chimiques et les gaz toxiques. En plus d’une campagne tous azimut d’incessants bombardements intentionnels et délibérés venant de l’air, les civils doivent faire face à des incursions terrestres qui ont causé l’exode des résidents de leurs villes. Cette campagne massive fait suite à des années de siège, des bombardements incessants et à des campagnes militaires contre la population civile.

En seulement trois semaines, près d’un millier de vies humaines ont été perdues et des milliers de personnes ont été blessées à cause des bombardements intensifs de leur quartier et de leurs bâtiments d’habitation. Parmi les victimes, des centaines d’enfants, de femmes et de vieillards. L’assaut sur la Ghouta est mené en conjonction avec le ciblage de dizaines de points médicaux, d’hôpitaux, d’ambulances, et de centres de défense civile dans le but délibéré d’entraver le secours aux blessés et la récupération des corps des victimes.

Le Régime Syrien et ses alliés refusent de respecter la résolution 2401 du Conseil de sécurité qui avait pour but d’imposer un cessez-le-feu de 30 jours et d’autoriser l’accès aux villes assiégées de la Ghouta pour faciliter l’action humanitaire et permettre l’ouverture de couloirs pour acheminer de l’aide. L’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé a déclaré que le régime d'Assad a pillé les équipements et fournitures médicales d’un convoi de secours sur la route de la Ghouta Orientale le 4 mars. Ce comportement révèle sans ambiguïté une politique de punition collective par la violence ainsi que la restriction de l’accès aux secours pour forcer les habitants de Ghouta à accepter une répétition du scénario qui s’est déroulé dans les quartiers Est d’Alep. Le déplacement forcé de populations est un crime de guerre qui a déjà eu lieu à Daraya et à Alep, le régime essaye de répéter le crime de déplacement encore une fois, mais cette fois-ci contre les civils de la Ghouta Orientale.

Pendant plus de trois semaines, des milliers de gens assiégés dans les villes et les villages de la Ghouta Orientale ont vécu dans des conditions catastrophiques. Les civils, enfants inclus ont vécu dans les caves où ils font face à de graves pénuries de nourriture et de chauffage et à un manque de fournitures et d’équipement médicaux, tout cela ajouté au fait qu’ils ne peuvent pas sortir à l’air libre depuis des semaines. De nombreux civils sont tués quand ils quittent leurs abris pour chercher le nécessaire pour leur vie quotidienne. La défense civile et les équipes de secours se battent pour sauver le plus de vies possibles, et de nombreux volontaires ont perdu la vie en accomplissant leur devoir humanitaire.
Soumettre une population à de telles conditions est un crime de génocide et malgré tout aucun effort n’est fait pour que cela cesse.

Aujourd’hui nous nous unissons en tant qu’organisations, associations, collectifs de bénévoles et individuels pour arrêter le génocide perpétré contre environ 400 000 êtres humains de la Ghouta Orientale ; des humains qui font face à leur éradication imminente et leur déplacement forcé sous le prétexte de mener une soi disant guerre contre la terreur.
Nous nous adressons à vous au nom des valeurs de justice et d’humanité. Nous vous demandons votre soutien. Nous vous demandons de vous tenir à nos côtés contre cette immense destruction. Faites entendre votre voix auprès de vos parlements et de vos élus, pas seulement pour essayer de sauver des dizaines de milliers de civils du génocide et du déplacement forcé en Syrie mais aussi pour sauver les valeurs humaines fondamentales. Autoriser ces crimes à se perpétuer met en danger le futur de l’humanité.

Nous croyons que vous pouvez améliorer la situation en appelant vos gouvernements à jouer leur rôle immédiatement et à garantir l'arrêt de ces actions militaires barbares contre des civils qui ont besoin qu’on assure leur sécurité et préserve leur dignité. Nous croyons que vous pouvez envoyer un message à vos gouvernements en écrivant et signant des pétitions adressées à vos parlements et aux représentants des grandes organisations internationales pour demander une réponse et des actions immédiates. C’est notre devoir humanitaire de mettre fin la cette tragédie qui se déroule dans la Ghouta Orientale.

Le temps est précieux, les civils de la Ghouta Orientale payent de leur douleur etde leur vie.

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La nostra lettera umanitaria per fermare il genocidio, l'assedio e lo sfollamento forzato

Basandoci sul fatto che crediamo nella forza della coscienza umana e che le persone possano influenzare le politiche estere dei loro governi, indirizziamo questo messaggio a voi ed a tutte le istituzioni parlamentari nel mondo, sperando di salvare centinaia di migliaia di vite umane minacciate oggi nella Ghouta orientale in Siria. Speriamo che questo messaggio contribuisca alla formazione di un ampio fronte per fermare l'attuale genocidio contro i civili.

Oggi, i civili nella Ghouta orientale, vicino a Damasco, stanno affrontando una barbara campagna di attacchi aerei, missili e bombardamenti di artiglieria pesante, con vari strumenti di distruzione, tra cui armi proibite a livello internazionale come (napalm, bombe al fosforo, armi chimiche e gas tossici). Oltre ad una implacabile campagna di bombardamenti aerei indiscriminati, i civili hanno affrontato diverse incursioni militari attraverso territori che hanno provocato spostamenti di residenti dalle loro città. Questa massiccia campagna è la continuazione di anni di assedio, bombardamenti e campagne militari senza sosta contro la popolazione civile.

In sole tre settimane, a seguito di pesanti bombardamenti su quartieri civili ed edifici residenziali, sono state perse quasi mille vite umane e migliaia di persone sono state ferite. Tra le vittime ci sono centinaia di bambini, donne e anziani. L'attacco alla Ghouta viene condotto in concomitanza con il deliberato attacco di dozzine di punti medici, ospedali, ambulanze e centri di protezione civile, con l'obiettivo di ostacolare deliberatamente il salvataggio dei feriti e il recupero dei corpi delle vittime.

Il regime siriano e i suoi alleati rifiutano di attenersi alla risoluzione 2401 del Consiglio di sicurezza, che intendeva imporre un cessate il fuoco di 30 giorni e consentire l'accesso alla Ghouta assediata per facilitare l'azione umanitaria e consentire l'apertura di corridoi per la consegna degli aiuti. L'Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità (Oms) ha dichiarato che il regime ha saccheggiato strutture e forniture mediche da un convoglio di aiuti che era in rotta verso la Ghouta orientale il 4 marzo. Questo comportamento rivela inequivocabilmente una pericolosa politica di punizione collettiva, attraverso la violenza, e limitando in seguito l'accesso medico agli abitanti della Ghouta nell'accettare una ripetizione dello scenario che si è svolto nei quartieri orientali di Aleppo.

La deportazione forzata è un crimine di guerra che ha già avuto luogo a Daraya e ad Aleppo, ed oggi il regime sta tentando di ripetere il crimine di deportazione forzata ancora una volta, ma questa volta contro i civili della Ghouta orientale.

Da più di tre settimane migliaia di persone assediate nelle città e nei villaggi della Ghouta orientale vivono in condizioni catastrofiche. I civili, compresi i bambini, vivono in scantinati dove si trovano in condizioni di grave scarsità di cibo e / o di riscaldamento e di assenza quasi totale di forniture mediche e attrezzature, tutto questo unito al fatto che non riescono ad uscire alla luce del sole per settimane e settimane. Molti civili vengono uccisi quando lasciano i rifugi sotterranei per procurarsi i beni necessari per la loro vita quotidiana. Le squadre della protezione civile e di soccorso stanno lottando per salvare quante più vite possibili e molti volontari hanno perso la vita mentre facevano il loro dovere umanitario.

Sottomettere la popolazione a tali condizioni è un crimine di genocidio, e tuttavia non ci sono seri sforzi per fermarlo.

Oggi ci uniamo come gruppi, organizzazioni, iniziative, istituzioni e gruppi di volontari per fermare questo genocidio contro circa 400.000 esseri umani nella Ghouta orientale, esseri umani che affrontano l'imminente deportazione forzata con il pretesto della cosiddetta guerra al terrore.

Ci indirizziamo a voi in nome dei valori di giustizia e umanità. Vi chiediamo di contribuire con la vostra voce e stare con noi contro questa tragica distruzione. Alzate la voce attraverso i vostri parlamenti e i consigli di rappresentanza, non solo per cercare di salvare decine di migliaia di civili dal genocidio e dagli sfollamenti forzati in Siria, ma anche per salvare valori umani fondamentali. Permettere che questi crimini continuino a perpetrarsi e per giunta in pieno giorno è un grande pericolo per il futuro dell'umanità.

Crediamo che voi possiate influenzare la situazione spingendo i vostri governi a svolgere i loro ruoli, garantendo che queste barbare azioni militari contro i civili che hanno bisogno di garanzie di sicurezza e dignità, si fermino immediatamente. Riteniamo che sia possibile inviare un messaggio scrivendo petizioni e inviando dichiarazioni ai nostri parlamenti, nonché a tutti gli organismi e le organizzazioni di rappresentanza internazionali per richiedere risposte e azioni immediate. È nostro dovere umanitario fermare la tragedia che si sta verificando oggi nella Ghouta orientale.

Il tempo è prezioso, il prezzo è pagato dai civili nella Ghouta orientale con il loro dolore e le loro vite.

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Unser humanitärer Brief für die Beendigung des Genozids, der Belagerung und der Vertreibung.

Aufgrund unseres Glaubens an die Stärke des menschlichen Gewissens und dass Bürger die Außenpolitik Ihrer Regierung beeinflussen können, richten wir diesen Brief an Sie und an alle parlamentarischen Institutionen der Welt in der Hoffnung, die Hunderttausenden von Leben zu retten, welche momentan in Ost Ghuta bedroht sind. Wir hoffen, dass dieser Brief zur Formation einer breiten Front beitragen wird, welche sich gegen den Genozid der Bevölkerung Ost Ghutas einsetzt.

Momentan ist die Zivilbevölkerung Ost Ghutas (in der Nähe von Damaskus) durch ein barbarisches Ausmaß von Luftangriffen mit Raketen und schwerer Artillerie mehreren verschiedenen Methoden der Zerstörung und Vernichtung ausgesetzt, darunter international geächteten und verbotenen Waffen (z.B. Napalm, Phosphorbomben, Chemiewaffen und giftige Gase). Neben diesen ununterbrochenen Attacken war die Bevölkerung zusätzlich mit mehreren militärischen Landübernahmen konfrontiert, welche zu Vertreibungen der Bewohner von ihrem führten. Diesen massiven Angriffen gingen Jahre der völligen Blockade, der Bombardierung und der militärischen Einsätze voraus.
In nur drei Wochen kamen durch den schweren Beschuss von zivilen Nachbarschaften und Wohngebieten tausende Menschen ums Leben, tausende wurden verletzt. Unter den Opfern sind hunderte von Kindern, Frauen und ältere Menschen. Der Angriff auf Ghuta ist verbunden mit dem vorsätzlichen Abzielen auf die Zerstörung von medizinischen Zentren, Krankenhäusern, Ambulanzen und Einrichtungen des Zivilschutzes. Ziel dabei ist, die Rettung und Genesung von Verletzten zu behindern.

Das syrische Regime und seine Kollaborateure weigern sich, die Beschlüsse der Resolution 2401 einzuhalten, welche eine 30-tätige Feuerpause vorsieht und den Zugang von humanitärer Hilfe zu den belagerten Regionen in Ost Ghuta ermöglicht. Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) teilte mit, dass das Regime Equipment und medizinische Ausrüstung von einem humanitären Hilfskonvoi geplündert hat, welcher am 4. März auf dem Weg nach Ghuta war. Dieses Verhalten verdeutlicht unmissverständlich die gefährliche Politik der kollektiven Bestrafung, bei welcher durch Gewaltanwendung und anschließender Verweigerung von medizinischer Hilfe Druck auf die Bevölkerung ausgeübt wird, um in Ghuta jenes Szenario zu wiederholen, welches sich bereits in den östlichen Nachbarschaften Aleppos abgespielt hat. Zwangsvertreibung ist ein Kriegsverbrechen, welches bereits in Daraya und Aleppo stattgefunden hat. Momentan ist das syrische Regime dabei, das Verbrechen der Zwangsvertreibung zu wiederholen, diesmal an der Zivilbevölkerung von Ost Ghuta.

Seit mehr als drei Wochen leben die Menschen in den eingeschlossenen Kleinstädten und Dörfern Ost Ghutas unter katastrophalen Bedingungen. Die Zivilbevölkerung, Kinder eingeschlossen, lebt in Kellern, in denen sie wenig Zugang zu Nahrung und Heizung, nahezu keinen Zugang zu medizinischer Versorgung hat und seit Wochen kein Tageslicht mehr zu Gesicht bekommen hat. Viele Zivilisten sterben bei dem Versuch, den Keller zu verlassen, um für sich und ihre Familie das Allernötigste zu besorgen. Teams des Zivilschutzes und des Rettungsschutzes kämpfen dafür, so viele Leben wie möglich zu retten, wobei viele ihrer freiwilligen Helfer getötet werden. Die Zivilbevölkerung mit solchen Lebensbedingungen zu unterjochen stellt einen versuchten Genozid dar, und noch immer gibt es keine ernsten Bemühungen, das Töten zu stoppen.

Heute vereinen wir Gruppen, Organisationen, Initiativen, Institutionen und Freiwilligenteams uns, um diesen versuchten Genozid an den 400.000 Menschen Ost Ghutas zu stoppen, die baldige Ausrottung und Zwangsvertreibung dieser Menschen unter dem Vorwand des sogenannten Kampfes gegen den Terror.
Wir wenden uns an Sie im Namen der Gerechtigkeit und der Menschlichkeit. Wir bitten Sie, Ihre Stimme beizutragen und sich mit uns gegen diese großangelegte Zerstörung zu wenden. Erheben Sie Ihre Stimme durch Ihre Parlamente und Repräsentanten, nicht nur um hunderttausende von Menschen vor der Auslöschung und der Zwangsvertreibung zu schützen, sondern auch um unsere fundamentalsten menschlichen Werte zu schützen. Es diesen Verbrechen zu erlauben, am helllichten Tage weiterhin stattzufinden, ist eine große Gefahr für die Zukunft der Menschlichkeit.

Wir glauben, dass Sie die Situation beeinflussen können, indem Sie Ihre Regierung dazu drängen, sich ihrer Verantwortung zu stellen und eine sofortige Beendigung der militärischen Aktionen sowie Sicherheit und Würde für die betroffene Zivilbevölkerung zu garantieren. Wir glauben, dass Sie einen Unterschied machen können, in dem Sie Petitionen und Stellungnahmen an Ihre Parlamente, internationalen Vertretungen und Organisationen senden und ein sofortiges Antworten und Eingreifen fordern. Es ist unsere humanitäre Verpflichtung, die humanitäre Tragödie in East Ghuta zu beenden.

Zeit ist wertvoll, ihren Preis zahlt die Zivilbevölkerung Ost Ghutas mit ihrem Schmerz und mit ihrem Leben.

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Signed by

Groups:

1 - Syrian American Medical Society "SAMS"
2 - Syrian Civil Defense - Syria
3 - Syrian Civil Defense - Damascus countryside
4 - ‎Syrian Network for Human Rights
5 - The Syria Campaign - Global
6 - The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies - Canada
7 - United Relief Office in Eastern Ghouta - Relief Foundation - Eastern Ghouta / Syria
8 - The Day After (TDA)
9 - Refugees Without Border
10 - Syrian American Council
11 - BRIDGE OF PEACE SYRIA
12 - Syria Relief & Development (SRD)
13 - The Irish Syria Solidarity Movement
14 - The Phoenix Foundation -
15 - Books Not Bombs - US
16 - Adopt a Revolution - Germany
17 - Committee in Solidarity with the People of Syria (CISPOS) - USA
18 - Rethink Rebuild Society - UK / Manchester
19 - Warsheh team - Turkey
20 - Shaml CSOs Coalition - Turkey
21 - Rural Damascus PC
22 - Peace and justice for Syria - London, UK
23 - Ro'ya for Better tomorrow - France
24 - Doctors Under Fire
25 - Humans Of Syria
26 - Al-Jumhuriya collective - Turkey
27 - Exigent PR - USA
28 - Life Institute of Democracy and Human Rights - Turkey
29 - Biddayat - Lebanon
30 - Idea-Creative Productions - Turkey
31 - Syria Untold
32 - Syrian eyes - Lebanon
33 - Comitato Nour - Italy
34 - Sam lenses - Syria
35 - Humans for rights network - England
36 - Radio Souriali
37 - Radio Alwan - Turkey
38 - Ettijahat-Independent Culture
39 - Detainees' Voice Team - Syria
40 - Alsalam Foundation /Erbin / Eastern Ghouta
41 - Nabea Al Hayat - Syria
42 - Revolution spring
43 - Alphabet for Education Development - Turkey
44 - Rusol production - Syria
45 - Kids Paradise Himantarian Organization - Turkey
46 - Southern sketch team - Syria
47 - Molham volunteering team - Syria / Turkey
48 - Network of Supporting the Syrian People - Belgium
49 - Arthere Istanbul - Turkey
50 - Horrya PRESS - Turkey
51 - Sham Development Project - Syria
52 - Radio Fresh - Syria
53 - MHF - Makers of Human Future
54 - News and Letters Committees - Chicago, IL USA
55 - Hurras Network - Turkey
56 - SIMRO - Turkey
57 - Relief & Reconciliation for Syria AISBL
58 - Baytna Syria - Turkey
59 - Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression - Turkey
60 - BINAA Organization for Development - Turkey
61 - AIN association - France
62 - La scene manassa - France
63 - Space Of Hope - Turkey
64 - The Lebanese Institute for Democracy and Human Rights-Life _ Lebanon
65 - Association of Sednaya detainees - Syria
66 - ASML / Syria
67 - Syria Solidarity UK
68 - Refugee support org - Athens
69 - Save the Syrian Children - co-founders:Tamar and Philip Koosed - USA
70 - منظمة حرية للأعمال الإنسانية - Turkey
71 - تجمع أحرار العمال - Syria/ Der Ezzor
72 - أسرتي - Egypt
73 - Warsheh team - Syria
74 - The White Smile - Turkey
75 - Alseeraj for Development and Healthcare - Turkey
76 - Peace Atme circle - Women's right group - Syria
77 - Birmingham Syrians for Freedom - UK
78 - WATAN - US
80 - Syrian Solidarity for Truth and Justice North Ireland - UK
81 - Syrian Institute for Justice - Syria
82 - حلقة سلام عينتاب - Turkey
83 - Lamsat ward - Lebanon
84 - Komşu Collective - Turkey
85 - Australian Syrian Relief inc. - Australia
86 - شقائق النعمان مجموعة أنشطة ومشاريع خيرية - Jordan
87 - CISLD Comité d'information pour une syrie libre et démocratique - Lyon / France
88 - Roia - Turkey
89 - مجموعة "غير" التطوعية - Jordan
90 - Watan Project - Turkey
91 - Citizenship League - Lebanon
92 - Ghiras Al-nahda organization - Turkey
93 - Workshop 51 - Lebanon
94 - Kesh Malek - Turkey
95 - Souriyat Across Borders - UK
96 - Free Syrian Lawyers Association (FSLA) - Syria
97 - '435 campaign' for global justice - USA
98 - رِواق بيروت - Riwaq Beirut - Lebanon
99 - Comité d’aide humanitaire au peuple syrien - France
100 - SSOUS - Syria
101 - Takaful Al-Sham Charity Organization - Turkey
102 - Aleppo Association - Turkey
103 - Supporting Syrians against racism campaign - Lebanon
104 - Le Voci della Libertà - Italy
105 - Syria Relief - Turkey
106 - UV LAB - Turkey / Germany / France
107 - Syrian Lawyers Forum in Egypt
108 - Ihsan for Relief and Development – IRD
109 - Masrrat - The Syrian Establishment For Human Care & Enhancement
110 - Physician Across Continents – PAC Turkey
111 - Syrian Expatriate Medical Association – SEMA
112 - Violet Organization for Relief and Development
113 - Shafak - Turkey
114 - Women Now for Development - France
115 - Comité Europe Syrie, après Alep. - France
116 - STAND: The Student-Led Movement to End Mass Atrocities - USA
117- Maison des Citoyens du Monde - France
118 - Mazaya - Syria
119 - Reaction - Syria

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Individuals:

- Yerevan Hassan _ Learning Center Manager_ Lebanon
- Darren Fenwick _ Vice President, Syrian American Council _ United States of America
- Reem Ali _ Actrice - directrice _ France
- Rana Jamous _ Journalist _Turkey
- Osama Al-Hossein - Former president of Saraqib Council - Saraqib/Syria
- Joshka Wessels_ Researcher and Filmmaker _ Sweden
- Dr. Ahmad Biqa'y _ Doctor _ Eastern Ghouta/Syria
- Yassin Al-Haj Saleh _ Writer _ Syria/ Germany
- Mohammed Abdullah- Artino _ Campaigner- Photographer _ Belgium
- Jalal Nofal_Psychiatrist and PSS Trainer_Syria
- Ossama Mohammed _ Filmmaker _ Syria / France
- Mohammad zaza _ Painter _ Belgium
- Samantha Falciatori_Blogger and Volunteer_Italy
- Fouad Roueiha _ Journalist_ Italy/Syria
- Bu Naser Al Tuffar _ Musician / Writer _ Lebanon
- Terry Burke _ Committee in Solidarity with the People of Syria (CISPOS) _ USA
- Mélanie Basset _ Teacher _ France
- Majd khalaf _ volunteer_SYRIA
- Assem Al Bacha - sculptor - Syria
- Ahmad Al Rawi _ Archaeologist _ Germany
- Safaa Fikri _ Artist _ Egypt
- Rafat _Photographer_Eastern Ghouta/Douma
- Dana Muhajer_Cultural worker_Lebanon
- Cheryl Lindsey Seelhoff _ Writer, activist and legal professional _ United States
- Lydia Beattie _ CISPOS Member _ USA
- Bayan Aladawi _ volunteer
- Juan Delgado_ artist_ UK
- Khawla Wakkaf _ Attorney _ USA
- Elle Toussi _ Founder and Journalist _ USA
- Andrew Berman _ Veterans for Peace _ Minnesota / US
- Naila Delalana _ Director of Media _ Brazil
- Micheal Clinton _ Human Right Campaigner _ Ireland
- Oussama Chourbagi_General Manager_Turkey
- Dima Nachawi _ artist - Lebanon
- Raed _ FSL Manager _Syria
- Hanan Allakoud _ Hurras Network _ Germany
- Marwan al esh _Political activity _ Deutschland
- Thaer Mohammed _Cinematographer _ Syria
- Deidre A. Kellogg (Ketroser) _ Human Rights Advocate/Founder of Human2Human Compassion _ United States of America
- Rosanna Sirignano _ PhD candidate - writer _ Italy
- Abdulrahman El-Taliawi _ Architect _ Egypt
- Ayman Helmy _ Musician _Egypt
- Bereen Darwish _Media monitor_Sweden
- Juan Salas _Teacher _ Spain
- Rabab Al Boutty _ Activist _ Turkey
- Mahmoud kardas _Turkey
- Bogdan Kolesnik _ Accountant _ Ukraine
- Ghith beram _Photographer _Turkey
- Amal _ Artiste _ France
- Abd Alkhaled _Finance Manager_Syria
- Nachat Harouni _ Sales _ UAE
- Ghinwa Daher _ filmmaker _ Lebanon
- Alicia Fdez Gómez _ Enseñante _ Spain
- Racha Hammour _ Service assistant
- Mudar Almuhammad _ Humanitarian worker_Turkey
- Ammar Bader _ Teacher _ Deutschland
- Sana Kikhia _Syrian activist _ United Kingdom
- Ammar Beetar _ Psychiatrist and trainer in mental health and protection _ Turkey
- Azeez Al Hamdan _ Engineer _ Syria
- Sara Alhelali _Public Health Student_Turkey
- Basma El Husseiny _ Director of Action for Hope _Lebanon
- Asmita Shrish _United Kingdom
- Mara Cassiani _ Artist _Italy
- Agnes Favier _ Researcher _France
- Amer Maghmoumah _Actor _ Germany
- Alexandre Brutelle _ Journalist _France
- Amr Dukmak_ Researcher _Lebanon
- Nawla Darwiche_Women's rights defender_Egypt
- Rania kakarli _Artist _ Syria
- Kinan Al koudsi _ Student _France
- Anas myasa _Engineer _ Lebanon
- Alaa Aldin Alhalabi _Statistision _ Norway
- Osama Mohammed Ali _ Activist _ Syria
- Bahaa Al Basha _Program manager _Turkey
- Mohannad Al Bakkour _ Journalist _ Syria
- Yahya Al-Abdullah _ Syria
- Raqiqa Alobadi _ Media _ Turkey
- Ali Alshaikh Haidar _ Humanitarian aid worker _ France
- Yaseen Albushy _ Architecture _Turkey
- Basma Melegy _ USA
- Ibrahim Kholani _ Trainer _ Syria
- Nour Abbas _ Sécurité _ France
- Rahman Fatne _ Teacher _ Morocco
- Lama ramadan _ Psychologist _ Turkey
- Assia Moussei_Doctor_Algeria
- Lina mouhamade_Journaliste_France
- Tareq Awwad_Archaeologist _ Lebanon
- Ahmed Al-Rahall_Journalist_Jordan
- Doaa alzoabi_Teacher _Norway
- Vicky Flynn _ Livery Yard Manager
- Rami khalaf_Acteur_France
- Wafa Gazawi _ Palestine
- Mohamed El Kajjouny _ Artist, Project manager _ Morocco
- Shaimaa Atef _ Researcher _ Egypt
- Ahmed Elvecih _ Social worker _ Turkey
- Moawiya Shurbaji_ Humanitarian activist _Turkey
- Zekriat Saadi _ UAE
- Ahmad Adel Sharaby _ Egypt
- Sheikh Eissa Al Mehimeed _ Teacher _ Syria
- Abdullah Alabdullah _ Syria
- Hussam Suleiman _ Lecturer _ Palestine
- Inas Al Awar_ Teacher _ UAE
- Shadi Saeed Abo Talib _ Egypt
- Amjad Khoulani _ Student _Turkey
- Hamood Alkroom _ Politician _ Idlib/Syria
- Mohamad Alsayed Ahmad _ Dentist _Egypt
- Ahmad Zaghloul _ Activist _ Lebanon
- Mary Rizzo _ Activist _ Italy
- Sara Shamas _ International Civil Servant _ Turkey
- Zeina Mir Ali _ NGO Officer _ Lebanon
- Moayad Edrees _Engineer _ Deutschland
- Tayebi Maryem _ Consultante ERP _ Morocco
- Hussien _ Trader _ Morocco
- Omar Jijo _ Translator _ Turkey
- Abdulrahman Hisham Mohammad Ramadan Nomair _ Egypt
- Omar Jijo _ Translator _ Turkey
- Magdy Said _ Editor & writer _ Egypt
- Ibtissam _Student _Lebanon
- Amina Ali _Artist _USA
- Mennatullah sami_ Photographer _Turkey
- Rina Coppola _ Activist / Translator _Italy
- Paris Konstantopoulos _ Student_ Greece
- Taher Safeq _ Freelancer _ KSA
- Anna Rita Canone _ Interpreter _ Italy
- Simone Jeger _ Pharmacist/Clinical Scientist _ Switzerland
- Hend Mohsen _ Journalist & writer _ Egypt
- Sorcha Dannsair _ UK
- Sondes Dhifallah _ Graphic designer _ Tunisia
- Nicola Cois _ Employee _ Italy
- Joanna Wren _ Archaeologist _ Ireland
- Mouhamad Boutahar _ Electricien _ Maroc
- Rimas Salim Eltahir _ Graduate Student _ Al Sudan
- Mandy Abbas _ US
- Eleanor Pritchard _ Humanitarian _ United Kingdom
- Yehia Al Khatib _ Independint activist _ Germany
- Rami Zahra _ Journalist _ United Kingdom
- Mohammad Tariq - Moroccow
- Abdelmohimen Hemdan _ Student _ Eygpt
- Ruth Buchli _Switzerland
- Marwa Shihade - Actress - Lebanon
- Leonie O Dowd _ Psychotherapist _ Ireland
- Wesam _Doctor_Saudi Arabia
- Djilali Naceur _University lecturer _Algeria
- Nurlana _ Italy
- Fatema Almeamari _ Student _ Bahrain
- Hamid Khatib _ photographer _ Germany
- Liana darwish _ Artist _ France
- Alimuhamad _ Tasarımcı _ Türkiye
- Daniil Marchenko _ Odd-job man _ Ukraine
- AbdulMunaim Olabi _ student _ Denmark
- Asmaa Hasan - Student - Morocco
- Ahmed Ahmed ElTair _ Student _ Egypt
- Matilde _ Artigiana _ Italia
- Karıma Mahmoud _ Teacher _ Egypt
- Brigitta franchetti _ Switzerland
- Ann Eveleth _ writer & activist, Anti-War Committees in Solidarity with the Struggles for Self-Determination _ USA
- Tamer Ammar _ Manager _ Usa
- Mohammad Alkhateeb _ Student _ Netherlands
- Abd Albari Othman _ Member of the Union of Syrian Democrats _ Turkey
- Dylan White _ Student _ Germany
- Bilal Jamal _ Syria
- Anwar Alsarhi _ Education_Yemen
- Suhir bitar _ Physician _ USA
- Abdul Sattar Alherek _ Freelancer Artiste _ France
- Bianca Linguanti _ Student _ Italy
- Hend abdalmotagally _ Assistant lecturer _ Egypt
- Reham Damisi _ Architect _ Jordan
- Bassam haffat _ Physician _ USA
- Andrew Scott Berman _ Veterans for Peace _ USA
- Ali Issa _ Activist _ United States
- Shimaa Al yadoumy _ Student _ Yemen
- Abdulkader Alsabbagh _ Phyzician _ USA
- Reeham Mourad _ Urbanist _ Egypt
- Nadera Motaimit _ Tunis
- Ossama darwish _ Eneral manager _ Turkey
- Lindsey Smith _ Nurse Practitioner _ USA
- Mohamed Maher Mohamed _ Pharmacy Student _ Egypt
- Michela Rocca _ Teacher _ Italy
- Laam _ Etudiante _ France
- Mustafa Al Kuntashi Al Edrisi _ Spain
- Samer Hassnou _ Journalist _ Germany
- Allabouch jad _ Pharmacist _ Morocco
- Mohamad Tannir _ Employee _ Lebanon
- Ghaiss Gharibet _ Metteur en scène _ Canada
- Caroline Dieluweit _musician, volunteer _ Germany
- Kevser _ Research asisstant _ Turkey
- Abdullah saeed _ Photographer _ Syria / Idlib
- Noseba Frjane _ Activist _ Lebanon
- Damima Habash _ Teacher _ United State Of America
- Souha Tarraf _ Researcher _ France
- Rabab Mostafa _ Computer engineer _ Egypt
- Crstina Bocchi _Sworn Translator _ Italy
- Sharon Trano _ Nurse _ USA
- Muhammed süleyman _ Turkey
- Raghda Sahloul Physician USA
- Mohamed Fadel Moghrabi _ Doctor _ UK
- Dellair Youssef _ Filmmaker and Writer _ Germany
- Leonie O'Dowd _ Psychotherapist & activist _ Ireland
- Abduljabbar Al hwedy _ Trader _ Turkey
- Ghina Alsabbagh _ College Student_ United States of America
- Ibrahim shhada _ Teacher _ Syria
- Rouba homs _ Psychologist _Turkey
- Melissa godfrey _ Nurse and master of public health student _ USA
- Ben Apatoff _ Educator _ USA
- Ibrahim Brimo _ Artist _ Syria
- Ameenah A. Sawwan _ Syria
- Aya Emeash _ Doctor _ Egypt
- Mohamad mohamad _ Syria
- Mahmou odeh _ Banker_ Jordan
- Eileen Boyle _ Psychotherapist _ Ireland
- Rabah rth _ Architect _ Turkey
- Kester Ratcliff _ Masters student _ Netherlands
- Eyad Dadam _ Media _ Syria
- Ahlem Ibrahim _ Enseignante _ Tunisie
- Fatma Ashraf _ Master's Student _ Egypt
- Marah Al Hamouri _ Student _ Turkey
- Mamoun Khalife _ Eng _ Czech Republic
- Veronica Bellintani _ Transitional justice student _ Italy
- Amira Ali _ Specialist _ Egypt
- Claudia Ryan _ Administrative Assistant _ United States
- Alex sb _ Maneger _ Usa
- Abdelrazzak allouch _ Activist _ Germany
- Dominique POMPA _ Laïc Oratoire ND de Tibhirine _ France
- Pete Klosterman _ Humanitarian_New York, NY USA
- Salwa Ibrahim Mohamed Ahmed _ Teacher _ Sudan
- Rafael Hernandez _ Interpreter _ Spain
- Kholud Hadak _ Journalist _ Syria
- Elmahdi almaghribi _ Student _ Morocco
- Hassan Qaddor _ Talbisah media center _ Syria
- Kate Burkhardt _ Chief Psychologist _ United States
- Ramia Mesto _ Doctor _ Syria
- Ann Moroney _ Social Worker _ Ireland
- Odeina Taha _ Tourismus _ Switzerland
- Assmaa assoum _ Femme au foyer _ Canada
- Margaret Green _ Human rights activist _ United Kingdom.
- Andre guimaraes _ desempregado _ Portugal
- Gino Greenberg _ Activist _ Georgia
- Michelle Taylor _ Activist _ USA
- Cendrine Pouzet _ Rédactrice photo _ Suisse
- Ingrid Dupasquier _ Nurse _ Switzerland
- Mohammad Halabi _ Managing Director _ Lebanon
- Alexo Xenidis _ Ecrivain _ France
- Armelle Nedelec _ Consultante informatique _ Suisse
- Suzanne guillemot _ Chargée de formation _ France
- Marlene Suppan _ Student _ Austria
- M. Jihad Masri _ General Manager _ Turkey
- Birgitte Jensen (Bivi) _ Educator _ Denmark
- Brian Slocock _ University Lecturer (Retired) _ United Kingdom
- Aisha _ Protection _ Turkey
- Peter Trainor _ Social Worker _ Canada
- Bushra Asfare _ engineer _ USA
- Suzanne Midani _ Clinical Pharmacist _ United States
- Vartineh Ibrahim _ Student _ Syria
- Treasa Ní Cheannabháin _ Humanitarian Activist _ Ireland
- Stefan Lorengel _ Sysadmin _ Germany
- Ibrahim Muallim _ Researcher _ Syria
- Julie Larah _ Artist, activist, mental health therapist _ United States of America
- Abdulkader Haj Othman _ Activist _ Aleppo/Syria
- Jardin Nicole _ Teacher _ Switzerland
- Peter Hill _ Historian and trade unionist _ England
- Tamar Koosed _ Researcher _ United States
- Sue Klaus _ Software Support Technician _ USA
- Abu Mousa Al Hamori Family _ Turkey
- Mahmoud Sadka _ decoration _ Turkey
- Majed Abusalama _ Human rights defender _ Palestine
- Atef Botros al-Attar _ assistant professor _ Germany
- Hadeel Hadib _ Pharmist_ Jordan
- Omar Seddik _ Egypt
- Jubran saif _ Jounalist _ Yemen
- Marwan Al Qurshi _ Operator _Saudia
- Joanna Somers _ Owner _ USA
- Hayam Farouk Eladawy _ Egypt
- Rajab zaza _ Dentist _ USA
- Tilad _ Employee _ Syria
- Ossama Kullie _ Scientist, Researcher _ Germany
- Justin Najar _ Activist _ United States
- Rita Leeuwin _ Humanity for all _ France
- Robin Yassin-Kassab Writer _ Scotland
- Mags Gainsborough _ Refugee volunteer /chef _ UK
- Mahfouz Eltaweel _ Translator _ Egypt
- Cinzia Pitruzzella _ public employee _ Italy
- A diaa _ engineer _ Egypt
- Hus maza _ PhD _ Usa
- Rawan Yousef _ Student _ Egypt
- Melissa Pourcel _ Coordinatrice projet _ France
- Paola Martucci _ employee _ Switzerland
- Leila Sibai _ activist _ UK
- Alami chentoufi omar _ professor _ Morocco
- Malika Aoulad boukadid _ Teacher - Morocco
- Faquir Maryame _ Eleve _ Morocco
- Muhanad Hreh - Physician - USA
- Majdi -Business Man - Palestine
- Nader Salloum _ Student _ Syria
- Sophie Bischoff _ Student _ Germany
- Farah Azrak _ Freelancer _ Lebanon
- Ahmed hamada _ Foreman _ Eygpt
- Reda elzeki _ Teacher _ Egypt
- Elena Tepas _ Marketing Manager _ Germany
- Brunella De Marco _ Impiegata _ Italia
- Therese Rickman Bull _ Global human rights activist and women's advocate _ USA
- Colin van Loon _ Stanford Law School Student _ United States
- Mohamad Hamish _ Area Manager _ Turkey
- Mona sayed galal _ Egypt
- Rand sukhaita _ Pharmacist _ Turkey
- David Turpin Jr. _ Activist, Anti-War Committees in Solidarity with the Struggles for Self Determination _ United States
- Julien Sobel _ Student _ France/United States
- Tim McDonald _ Humanitarian _ USA
- Sama Gh. ALdamen _ Jordan
- Anas shamie _Syria
- Maiada awadd _ Dentist _ Egypt
- Angie Crippa _ Artista Plástico _ México
- Bronwen Griffiths _ Writer _ UK
- Basma abdelaziz _ psychiatrist and writer _ Egypt
- Mahmoud ahmad abd elhamid aly _ lawyer _ Egypt
- Nour burhan _ Network Manager _ Germany
- Diane Millaway _ Humanitarian Aid Worker _ United States
- Christine LAURAIN _ Sans emploi _ France
- Nour burhan _ Network Manager _ Germany
- Diane Millaway _ Humanitarian Aid Worker _ United States
- Kenan Rahmani _ Human Rights Activist _ United States
- Hanan Ahmad _ Activity coordinator in Syrian Woman network _ Turkey
- Mohamad aljsem _ Researcher _ Syria
- Kinda Omarain _ Project Manager _ Turkey_Gaziantep
- mohammad shlash _ lawyer _ Syria
- Sherri Snell _ Nurse anesthetist _ USA
- Jennifer Lester _ Activist for peace _ United States
- Muhammad younis muhammad altarawneh _ Accounting _ Jordan
- Cristina Cosanoglu _ Ass di cura _ Switzerland
- Lukasz Pasich _ Designer _ Ireland
- Christine Bergauer _ Geschäftsleitung Pflege _ Schweiz
- Abdeslam widad _ commerce _ Maroc
- Mostafa Kermanian _ right activist _ Iran
- ALice Alkhatib _ sculptor _ Syria
- Faris Lahham _ Graphic design _ Germany
- Isabel maibet alarcon flores _ Manager _ Perú
- Ahmed Abdel Azim Ahmed _ Teatcher _ Egypt
- Rana Ashraf Fouad _ Documentation & Communication officer_ Egypt
- Marwa Turky_ Executive Assistant _ Egypt
- Saeed Adam_ Digital Marketer _ KSA
- Rick T Sawyer _ Humanitarian / Journalist _ Spain
- Alex Dunlop _ Copywriting _ UK
- Abeer Mahmoud _ Egypt
- Jasmine Opie _ freelancer _ USA
- Kaeley Ritterskamp _ Self employed _ United States
- Rola Chouman _ Teacher _ Canada
- Ahmad Barakat _ Physician _ United States
- Chris Afuakwah _ long-term Calais volunteer _ Scotland
- Ramia suliman _ team leader _ Syria
- Anna shebany _ Cultural worker _ UK
- Amy Rine _ Designer _ USA
- Cristina Bassi _ insegnante _ Italia
- Valerie Hughes _ Ireland
- Lauren Schiller _ United States
- Layal Mohamad _ Researcher _ Lebanon
- Raymond Deane _ Composer _ Ireland
- Rafik Rezine _ Application Consultant _ Netherlands
- Adel Hasaneed Abdulhalim _ Manager Textile Factory _ Egypt
- Ueli Schleuniger _ Switzerland
- Jameel AbdelFattah _ Accountant _ Syria
- Bassam Moushmoush _ Md _ USA
- Obada Hamoudi _ Insurance Company _ Saudi Arabia
- Magnus Eriksen _ Norway
- Camille de Rouvray _ Enseignante _ France
- Christopher Stafford _ Teacher _ UK
- Eric Lamy _ France
- Sandra Friel _ Activist _ North Ireland
- Sondos _ Translator _ Egypt
- Jen McLennan _ Independent Activist _ United Kingdom
- Alhawaba Jawad _ Student _Morocco
- James c. Kubik _ Radio Free Syria content, admin, PR.Activist _ United States, Chicago
- Sandra Friel _ Activist _ North Ireland / UK
- Petra Müller _ Teacher _ Germany
- Brigitte Boller _ Teacher _ Switzerland
- Saeed Eido _ Human Rights Defender _ Turkey
- Bruno Frischknecht _ Chemieingenieur _ Schweiz
- Nina Poethen-Vervier _ Tanzlehrer _ Deutschland
- Grant Padghsm _ Designer _ United Kingdom
- Carla Verona _ Dentist _ Brazil
- Sylwia Borowska _ humanitarian _ UK
- Geoliane Arab _ Cultural management and international development consultant _ Lebanon
- Mazen Asha _ IT PM _ Jordan
- Stephen Albert _ Canada
- Shernaz Dinshaw _ Director, Activist, Humanitarian _ United Kingdom
- Abonaser Hilal _ pharmacist _ yemen
- Wafas Dallal _ Activist _ Germany
- Eugenio Panzone _ Student _ Italy
- Alaa kotb _ Canada
- Sara Paterson _ Sahm _ Canada
- Abdo soliman _ USA
- Ayada Elfakir _ Teacher _ Morroco
- Naziya _ Technician _ U.K.
- Michael Lenehan _ IT Systems Architect - Ireland
- Catherine Mackenzie _ Orchardist _ New Zealand
- Mudar Alhaggi _ Playwright _Syria
- Gabriela Carpio-Pena _ Project Manager _ USA
- Muhmmad abonasr _ Teacher _ Syria
- Danielle Cobb _ Administration _ United Kingdom
- Farah Hawarneh _ Artist _ Syria
- Farah Hawarneh _ Artist _ Lebanon
- Carmel Staunton _ nurse _ Ireland
- Ruthanne Ashkar _ Writer / Editor _ United States
- Rahma Mohsen _ Student _ Egypt
- Kitty Baran _ Medic _ United States
- Kiolo L. Belsonda _ Student _ Philippines
- Sayed _ Dr _ Canada
- Mia Sacilotto _ Teacher _ United States
- Patricia Danielle Zamora _ Student _ The Philippines
- Tanveer Hashmi _ Journalist _ Pak
- Edward Sutton _ Antidote Writers Collective _ USA
- Trevor LeFiles _ Armed Security, CSI.Inc. _ United States of America
- Kamal _ Waiter _ Morocco
- Fatma salem _ prof _ usa
- Aya Mohamed Mansour _ Graduate from faculty of science _ Egypt
- Nour Asfari _Human Rights Activist _ USA
- Hanan Halema - Project Manager - Eastern Ghouta / Turkey
- Saeed Nada _ Online Journalist _ Egypt
- Colleen Mitrow _ Retired Principal _ Australia
- Martin Makinson _ Teacher archaeologist _ France
- Mohamed ily _ ferry _ Egypt
- Mohamed Ibrahim _ Professor _ Korea
- Ahmad mohammad _ Project manager _ KSA
- Salman Ameen Ali Abdullah _ Student _ Yemen
- Rafah Rashid _ Woman office _ Syria
- Mihye Al din _ Client service _ US
- Dr. Ruwaili_ educational supervisor _ Bahrain
- Mohamed Mousa _Minist__ Egypt
- Omar Mohammed Al-Hariri _ student_ Syria
- Ali Hani Samhan Mahmoud_ Accountant _ Jordan
- Aya Hassan _mother_ Egypt
- Khaled Ali Al-Bayraqdar _ Director _ Kuwait
- Momina Dahrouj _ Syrian Engineering
- Mariam youssef yakoub_ school_ egypt
- Lath _ Doktor _ Türkiye
- Ahmed Abdel Galil _ Graphic Designer _ Egypt
- Esraa Emam thabet _ teacher _ Egypt -
- Mona Sayed Abdel Halim _ teacher _ Egypt
- Mohamed Zakwan Baaj _ Doctor Architect and Town Planning_ Poland
- Obai Sukar _ Sound Engineer _ USA
- Ghaith_ student_ Turkey
- Aman alsayed _Writer_Australia
- AL-Khansa Khalil Mahmoud Azim _Housewife _ Jordan
- Hadi _Burokaufmann _Austeria
- Fatima Al - Sayed Mohammed_Linguistic investigator_UAE
- Ahmed Thabet Al - Rashed_Paramedic _Bahrain
- Christina Ghazal _ Syria
- Quentin lacroix_ employee_ France
- Nasser Farid_ freelance _USA
- Mohammed Hassan Al - Jabban_ Student _ Syria
- Banan Eljundi_ writer_ Jordan
- Shaden Abdul Majeed _Palestine
- Khaled Keshk_Engineer_USA
- Jehad Zarzour _English Coordinator _Syria
- Kareem abdulraheem_TV Director _Germany
- Hossam Soliman_Chemical engineering_Egypt
- Reemah Mofeed Baath_teacher _Syria
- Osama Mohamed Bayram_student_Syria
- Racha Rizk_Opera Singer and Song writer_France
- Masaab HAMOUD_Architect _France
- pamela frost_Humanitarian_U.K.
- Christiane Börstler_Übersetzer_Germany
- Sherri Dailey _America
- Nemah Qasem2_UAE
- Ali Abdel Moneim Mohamed_ Driver_ Egypt
- Rehab _Political activist_Nederland
- Mohammed Houri_ student_ Syria
- Lotta Myréen_Farmer_Finland
- Mohamad Sameh_DBA_Egypt
- Hessin esam_Teacher_ksa
- Hind Abdul Aziz Sayed_ Arabic Language Teacher_Egypt
- Majd abdulrahman _Student_Turkey
- Wissing Corinne_CEO_Switzerland
- Bouchra Benmysik_Trained Teacher_ Morocco
- Marianne Gorman _ Tourism director _ Ireland
- Chiara Benelli _ Photographer _ ITALY
- Obaida Abdul Rahim _ Doctor _ The Netherlands
- FATTEN AJJAN _ Jurnalist _ France
- Ahmed Zaben _ Computer Eng _ Jordan
- FatimaEzzahra faroo _ Student // activist _ Morocco
- Tarek dahik _ Journalists _ Syria
- Commaret Vincent _ Musicien _ France
- Jane Mathison _ Writer _ U.K.
- Emer Kerrigan _ Programme Manager _ Ireland
- Eyad Kazan _ Medical doctor _ France
- Mohamed alaswad _ Mitsubishi motors egypt _ Egypt
- dennis leeuwin _ it related _ netherlands
- Jon Long _ Director _ UK
- Eman Alrowaili _ Dentist _ Bahrain
- Laura Oldroyd _ Travel agent _ U.K.
- Najwa Sahloul _ Enseignante _ France
- Maider Perales _ Humanitarian aid worker _ Spain
- Taoufik A Sadat _ Physcians _ United States
- Narjess Melki _ Technologue _ Tunisie
- Ramona Badescu _ artiste auteure _ France
- Ute Schreiber-Würdig _ Restorer _ Germany
- Lorraine Winson _ Housekeeper _ United Kigdom
- Hussam Krkjie _ Academic _ UK
- Rod Jones _ Councillor _ Uk
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