Help stop the media lies on Syria: War is NOT the answer

Help stop the media lies on Syria: War is NOT the answer

Dear Global Research Readers,

We have seen the situation in Syria ratcheted as violence spilled into the streets of Damascus this month. A NATO and Russian military buildup is underway in the Eastern Mediterranean and Iran has threatened to intervene should any external powers attack Syria. Syria clearly is the epicenter of an international confrontation seeing the US, NATO, Israel, Gulf Cooperation Council confronting Russia, China, and Iran.

An intensified media war comes with the battle in Syria to topple the government. The function of the media should not be underestimated.

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