Non fingere di non poter fare nulla per salvare i siriani – APPELLO

15kristof-master1050Perché dobbiamo urlare per la Siria?

Perché il mondo deve sapere e deve fermare il genocidio della Ghouta Orientale ora.

Urliamo affinché le forze sociali si muovano, per fare pressione sui governi, che hanno il potere di far cessare questa tragedia.

Rompiamo il muro di silenzio in uno spazio di informazione inquinato dove si narra una versione parziale e distorta della questione siriana.

Non vogliamo un giorno guardare al nostro passato con il rimpianto di non aver fatto nulla. Ogni piccolo gesto conta, quindi agiamo da subito per fermare questo genocidio, per salvare quante più vite umane!

Per questo aderiamo ad un appello firmato da 250 persone tra intellettuali, artisti, accademici, provenienti dalla Siria e dal mondo.

Oggi, facendo appello ancora una volta all’etica e ai codici di condotta morale su cui si fondano la democrazia e il diritto internazionale, vi chiediamo di agire subito per fermare il genocidio siriano: chiediamo un immediato cessate il fuoco, una immediata revoca di tutti gli assedi, l’accesso immediato di aiuti umanitari, il rilascio di prigionieri politici e protezione immediata per tutte le vite siriane.

Il seguente è un’appello scritto da Yassin Al-Haj Saleh e altri attivisti siriani e tradotto in italiano dal Team di Le Voci della Libertà

Potete aderire a questo appello inviando la tua adesione all’indirizzo levocidellaliberta@gmail.com
L’appello sarà aggiornato una volta al giorno.

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L’ONU sostiene di non aver più parole per la Siria, ma noi, come firmatari, abbiamo ancora molto da dire ai governi, ai parlamentari, agli elettori e agli esperti di quei paesi da cui l’ordine costituito è dipeso fino ad ora.

C’è un’abbondanza di sinonimi per descrivere questa sfacciata riluttanza a fermare una carneficina che ha devastato la vita della popolazione in Siria, come uno tsunami sempre più forte, a rallentatore, eppure pienamente visibile al pubblico mondiale che ne è testimone, ma ha fatto finta di essere impotente nell’intraprendere qualsiasi iniziativa.

Anche le misere risoluzioni approvate dal Consiglio di sicurezza sono inutili, la foglia di fico che tenta di coprire ciò che resta di questo inglorioso corpo che spudoratamente ha anche deciso diversi anni fa di smettere di contare i morti siriani. Dopo sette anni, queste Nazioni sono unite solo in una distaccata apatia.

Non insulteremo la vostra intelligenza enumerando uno ad uno i crimini atroci che il regime di Assad ha commesso, sostenuto da milizie locali e straniere, dagli aiuti strategici ed economici iraniani, dall’aviazione russa e dall’indifferenza internazionale. Non dobbiamo ricordare a persone come voi, dotate di tale intelligenza, le disgustose posizioni adottate pubblicamente da chi passivamente rende possibili questi crimini, restando a guardare, e poi deliberatamente distogliendo lo sguardo. Non dobbiamo elencare gli eventi cruenti o i numeri delle vittime delle quali non si riesce a tenere il conto dato che in migliaia sono ancora sepolti sotto le macerie e scomparsi nelle prigioni di Assad.

I siriani sono stati fucilati e uccisi in pieno giorno per aver protestato contro l’ingiustizia. Sono stati imprigionati, torturati e giustiziati. Sono stati bombardati e bombardati di nuovo con sofisticati missili balistici e barili bomba. Sono stati assediati. Sono stati umiliati e violentati. Sono stati costretti alla fuga e privati dei loro beni. Sono stati gasati.

In risposta, coloro che avrebbero potuto agire, fingevano invece di torcersi le mani e di desiderare che finisse questa guerra così scandalosamente chiamata “guerra civile”, chiedendo ripetutamente a “tutte le parti” di sedersi ai tavoli del mondo intero, nonostante le agenzie umanitarie implorassero un’azione concreta e i siriani invocassero pietà. Gli unici siriani ad essere stati notati e contro i quali hanno promesso a gran voce di agire sono stati i desolati profughi che fuggivano dall’inferno di Assad.

Oggi, mentre Idlib e Afrin bruciano, l’inevitabile sta accadendo nella Ghouta, l’enorme campo di concentramento a cielo aperto che sta per entrare nel suo quinto anno sotto assedio. Ciò che accadrà dopo è prevedibile, non perché richieda una particolare capacità analitica, ma perché si tratta di qualcosa che si sta ripetendo continuamente in tutta la Siria ormai da sette sanguinosi anni. Dopo aver tenuto in ostaggio centinaia di migliaia di persone ed impedito che cibo, medicine e aiuti di ogni tipo potessero raggiungere persone disperate, Assad continua a bombardare l’area da settimane, prima di inviare i carri armati e lasciare che i suoi mercenari mettano fine all’ultimo tentativo di ribellione contro il suo feroce autoritarismo e prima di costringere alla fuga quelli che non sono stati sterminati in un’ ambiziosa opera di ridefinizione demografica di intere regioni, con il pretesto di evacuazioni per ragioni umanitarie.

Questa è la ferocia che Staffan De Mistura osa chiamare “occhio per occhio”.

Nonostante la disillusione circa il ruolo del Consiglio di sicurezza, ogni stato membro ha comunque adottato e promesso di sostenere la dottrina della responsabilità per la protezione, sotto l’Ufficio delle Nazioni Unite per la Prevenzione del Genocidio. Il genocidio del popolo siriano potrebbe finire solo grazie all’elezione e alla nomina di membri appartenenti ad organismi democratici, che tengano fede all’obbligo di esercitare la loro responsabilità di protezione nei confronti delle popolazioni che altre autorità nazionali non hanno evidentemente protetto dal rischio di genocidio, di crimini di guerra, di pulizia etnica e di crimini contro l’umanità.

Cosa occorre dunque?

L’agonia del popolo siriano deve finire. Bisogna assolutamente porre fine a tutto questo. Gli autori di tali atroci crimini contro l’umanità devono essere fermati una volta per sempre nei loro disegni di morte. Ci sono centinaia di motivazioni strategiche per agire contro i barbari aggressori del popolo siriano, ma nessuna è tanto lontanamente importante quanto la sacralità della vita e del libero arbitrio con cui ogni essere umano, come tutti voi così spesso predicate, nasce.

Per loro sfortuna, i siriani hanno osato credere a queste banalità oltre a credere che, nonostante la loro lotta per la dignità riguardasse esclusivamente il loro popolo, non sarebbero stati abbandonati ad un destino inimmaginabile in un’era di esplorazioni spaziali e intelligenza artificiale. Oggi, facendo appello ancora una volta all’etica e ai codici di condotta morale su cui si fondano la democrazia e il diritto internazionale, vi chiediamo di agire subito per fermare il genocidio siriano: chiedere un immediato cessate il fuoco, un’immediata revoca di tutti gli assedi, l’accesso immediato alle organizzazioni umanitarie e protezione immediata delle vite siriane.

ORIGINALE: https://pulsemedia.org/2018/02/27/stop-pretending-that-you-cant-do-anything-to-save-syrians

E anche: New York Review of Books

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  • Nahla Taher, journalist, Germany
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  • Ahmad Taha, Representative of Damascus countryside governorate
  • Angie Hussami Finvold, Norway
  • Sua’ad Khebbiya, journalist, Egypt
  • Taher Mokhtar, medical doctor, France
  • Hazem Aboyouness, Sweden
  • Hassan Alawadh. Syrian writer and phisicia
  • Samir Nashar, politician, Istanbul
  • Kinana Roukbi, graphic designer, Beirut
  • Wael Tarabieh, painter, Occupied Golan Heights
  • Fae’k Assa’ad, academic, Germany
  • Mazen Kwider, accountant, UAE
  • Rasha Omran, Syrian poet, Cairo
  • Azzam Alhamad, lawyer, Sweden
  • Muhammad Ukla, painter
  • Khaled Mansour, writer, Egypt
  • Hazem Saghieh, journalist, Lebanon
  • Chaza Charafeddine, artist, Lebanon
  • Fadi Alshalak, doctor
  • Nader Alkasem, Danmark
  • Sanaa Howijeh, Austria
  • Fawwaz Haddad, Syrian novelist, Doha
  • Nawal Sibai, Syrian writer, Spain
  • Raja Ben Slama, author, Tunisia
  • Belal Fadl, writer, Egypt
  • Massoud Mohamed, political activist, Lebanon
  • Melhem Abu-saleh, Academic, Occupied Golan Heights
  • Mohamad al Rashi, actor, France
  • Abeer Refai, teacher, Belgium
  • Adel Taher, engineer, Lebanon
  • Michal Schwartz
  • Mohamed Abdel Rahim Abdo, Egypt
  • Zekriat Saadi, UAE
  • Issa Almustafa, English teacher, Syria
  • Ghiath Mhithawi, Germany
  • Hassan Bleibel, cartoonist, Lebanon
  • Nizar Murtada, Lebanon
  • Diana Moukalled, journalist, Lebanon
  • Jumana Abazeed, UAE
  • Khaldoun Zreik, professor, Paris
  • Amal Ataya, psychologist, Lebanon
  • Ibrahim Lakiss, Lebanon
  • Ahmad Kamalmaz, journalist, Dortmund, Germany
  • Rafif Fattouh, writer, Paris
  • Dirar Khattab, journalist, Germany
  • Dawlat Derbas, student, Nederlands
  • Joshka Wessels, filmmaker/researcher, Lund, Sweden
  • Nauzad Bakir, The Netherlands
  • Bana Roukbi, Beirut
  • Baraa Mousa‎‏, a refugee without work, The Netherlands
  • Azzam Tayba, Lebanon
  • Issam Alfaour, Germany
  • Rachad Kiwan, Syria
  • Emad Obeid, graphic designer, UAE
  • Anissa Daoudi, lecturer, UK
  • Fouad Salama, medical doctor, Lebanon
  • Nabil Al Khateeb, play director, Jordan
  • Ahmad Sadiddin, economist, Rome
  • Jihad Assami, UAE
  • Hazim Alaridi, Syrian journalist, Istanbul
  • Safaa Fathy, poet, filmmaker, Egypt/France
  • Salma Karkoutli, journalist
  • Hind Mujalli, Syria
  • Fouad Mullla, architect, Hungary
  • Yassine Ayari, parliamentarian, Tunisia
  • Atef Sabooni, medical doctor, Saudi Arabia
  • Taher Taher, doctor, The Netherlands
  • Lubana Al Quntar, opera singer, US
  • Mania Elendari, social worker, Toronto
  • Ahlam Younis, Syria
  • Evana Ward, psychologist, Belgium
  • Muhannad Qaiconie, university student
  • Nisal Muhana, journalist, Germany
  • Nouran Dandashi, Istanbul
  • Sabah Hallak, researcher, Syria
  • Hamza Alkhedr, Sweden
  • Zaid Muhammad, The Netherlands
  • Mohammad Nourallah, Turkey
  • Hanine Alhamis. France
  • Ekbal Balag, cameraman, Russia
  • Ahmed Basha, journalist, Bulgaria
  • Mustafa Alkhatib, Hungary
  • Mamoun Khalife, Czech Republic
  • Khalil alasmar, Syrian medical doctor, Istanbul
  • Ahmed Abdeen, journalist, Egypt
  • Mazen Hassoun, journalist, Dortmund, Germany
  • Zein Nachar, Syrian editor
  • Hitaf Alkssir, Norway
  • Mokhtar Debbabi, editor in chief of the Arab International newspaper, Tunisia
  • Faten Ajjan, Syrian journalist, Paris
  • Nawaf Alrakad, Syrian politician, Germany
  • Remal Nofal, Turkey
  • Ghazi Dahman, journalist, Angers
  • Nidal Abou Shaheen, activist
  • Mustafa Rajeh, journalist, Yemen
  • Hiba Alhamed, Syrian student, France
  • Almuthana Alsayer, Berlin
  • Maya Alhaj Saleh, Norway
  • Yousef Saed, writer, Palestine
  • Hosheng Ossi, writer and poet. Belgium
  • Dalia Obeid, France
  • Abdurrahman Hallaq, Syrian writer, Kuwait
  • Mohammad Amin Othman, Germany
  • Feisal Kerdieh, Germany
  • Mohammad Amir Nasherenni’am, Syrian, Germany
  • Hala Alrida, Sweden
  • Hassan Abbas, researcher, Lebanon
  • Basseem Ash-shufi, Syria
  • Joumana Merhy, Lebanon
  • Adnan Debs, Syrian activist
  • Ahmad Basha, France
  • Orwa Khalifeh, journalist, Turkey
  • Dara Abdallah, writer, Berlin
  • Khateeb Badle, writer, Turkey
  • Abdul Karim Majdal Al-beik, painter, Berlin
  • Sawsan Shahoud, Germany
  • Adnan Abdelrazak, journalist, Turkey
  • Rand Entabi, Sweden
  • Mahmoud Najjar, activist, Turkey
  • Hisham Almasouri, Yemen
  • Mohammad Abu Hajar, musician, Berlin
  • Ibrahim Al Kadri, Sweden
  • Mohamed Ruchdi Cherbagi, Germany
  • Bashar Farahat, medical doctor, London
  • Ruba Khadamaljamei, translator, Istanbul
  • Talib Alali, engineer, Syria/Canada
  • Mohamad Zein El Hajji, journalist, Paris
  • Fouad Roueiha, Syrian-Italian journalist
  • Sahab Alrefai, jurist, Sweden
  • Zuhair Fakir, freelancer, Syria
  • Rosanna Sirignano, writer, Italy
  • Veronica Bellintani, student, Italy
  • Aadeed Nassarr, writer, Lebanon
  • Samer Mokhtar, Cairo
  • Mohammad Antabli, Syrian Founder of Palmyra relief, London
  • Sabah Sabra, Canada
  • Raffaella Piazzi, human right activist, Italy
  • Asmaa Azaizeh, Palestine
  • Ammar Al Nakeeb, Belgium
  • Dr. Safwan Tayfour, Croatia
  • Manu Goswami, Associate Professor, New York University
  • Kent Pettersson, psychoanalyst, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Christer Bothen, musician, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Sara Lunden, artist, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Annika Heed, artist, Sollentuna, Sweden
  • Else-Britt Kjellqvist, writer, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Babis Carabeidis, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Claes Levander, Sweden
  • Hanna Olsson, writer, Stockholm Sweden
  • Tove Faye-Wevle, curator, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback, professor of philosophy, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Merete Enggaard Jakobsen, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Alicia Wideman, teacher, Canada
  • Maher Kayyali, Arab Institute for Research and Publishing, Amman – Beirut
  • Fakhreddine Fayyad, Syrian journalist and novelist, France
  • Obada Hamoudi, Saudi Arabia
  • Yousef Daees, Turkey
  • Ghaiss Gharibet, theatre director, Canada
  • Mohammad Al-Akla, artist, Turkey
  • Jehan Almachaan, lawyer, Sweden
  • Mouhamad Moukaled, university professor, Lebanon
  • Mohamed Ben Jemaa, computer engineer and civil society activist, Canada
  • Rasheed Alhaj Saleh, Sweden
  • Shaza Elewa, Egypt
  • Amna Khawlani, Lebanon
  • Farah Abou El Sel, Lebanon
  • Hajjar El Fatihi, Germany
  • Youla Hana, US
  • Bassam Al-Kuwatli, Canada
  • Yazan Douedari, UK
  • Jamal Othman, psychiatrist, Saudi Arabia
  • Aza Fahed, US
  • Bassam Mustafa, translator, UAE
  • Ahmed Haj Omar, visual artist, Turkey
  • Hanibal Alhaffar, Germany
  • Noha Alkamcha, Germany
  • Fayek Asad, Germany
  • Lina Sergie Attar, US
  • Waha Alraheb, filmmaker/writer, Lebanon
  • Giovanna De Luca, Spain
  • Cécile Boëx, Lecturer at EHESS, France
  • Lama Abu Odeh, Professor of Law, US
  • Sawssan Abou-Zahr, journalist, Lebanon
  • Rana Zaitouneh, interior decorator, Canada
  • Caterina Coppola, translator, blogger, and activist, Italy
  • Bashar Ayub, musician, Syria
  • Marina Centonze, librarian, Italy
  • Najwa Zahhar, Jordan
  • Ahmad Talha, consultant on organisation development, Turkey
  • Lubayed Aljundi, US
  • Ola Ataya, psychologist, Lebanon
  • Ibrahim Mograby, Austria
  • Bendik Sorvig, writer, Norway
  • Ahmed Safwat, journalist, Egypt
  • Dina Al Mufti, lawyer, Egypt
  • Sawsan Nourallah, development worker, Lebanon
  • Muhammed Shikhani, research associate, Germany
  • Maha Ghrer, Turkey
  • Nader Fawz, Lebanon
  • Sameh Khalaf, translator, Sweden
  • Ham Alchirout, Norway
  • Nouri Al Jarrah, poet, UK
  • Engy Nouhy, translator/researcher, Egypt
  • Mona Zeineddine, human rights activist, UK
  • Rima Habib, Austria
  • Hanan Albalkhe, political activist, Norway
  • Abdellah Sadik, Morocco
  • Chaima Attafi, women’s rights activist, Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS)
  • Hala Khdeer, Lebanon
  • Dima Hussain, PhD Researcher, Italy
  • Rouba Choufi, translator and civil society activist, The Netherlands
  • Nara Sabbagh, student, US
  • Antony Merjan, National Swedish Artists’ Association, Sweden
  • Nour Alamo, Turkey
  • Samar Almir, civil engineer, Syria
  • Rafia Al Masri, writer/journalist, Germany
  • Nawar Akkash, teacher, Sweden

ORIGINALE: https://pulsemedia.org/2018/02/27/stop-pretending-that-you-cant-do-anything-to-save-syrians

E anche: New York Review of Books

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11 commenti Aggiungi il tuo

  1. Anna Esposito ha detto:

    Basta con la guerra

    Mi piace

  2. Chiara Barbato ha detto:

    Stop bombardamenti. Aiuti umanitari subito e tutela della vita…

    Mi piace

  3. Gemma Marolda ha detto:

    save Syria.
    Stop genocide.
    what are happen to humanity?
    we have to do everything that is possible to stop the massacre

    Mi piace

  4. Donatella Ruiu ha detto:

    Stop war! Fermiamo questa barbarie.

    Mi piace

  5. Barbara Cordaro ha detto:

    I completely agree!

    Mi piace

  6. Alireza Sherafat Almi ha detto:

    Viva ✌️ il popolo Siriano e abbasso il regime criminale di Bashar il Assad e il suo padrino mafioso Khamenei

    Mi piace

  7. Alireza Sherafat Almi ha detto:

    Viva ✌️ il popolo siriano e ……..🤐🤐🤐🤐🤐🤐🤐🤐🤐🤐😡🤔😳🙁🙁

    Mi piace

  8. susanna valenti ha detto:

    Basta con la guerra in Siria!!!
    Basta con TUTTE le guerre!!!
    Grazie per il vostro lavoro!

    Mi piace

  9. amalia navoni ha detto:

    Basta con la guerra in Siria. Le popolazioni hanno già troppo sofferto.

    Mi piace

  10. Ntp ha detto:

    Basta guerra, restituire dignità al popolo siriano: solo il legittimo governo eletto lo può fare. Via le bande di tagliagole dal paese, sostenute dalle finte sinistre filo nato. Via i mercenari dei regni arabi amici degli usraeliani. Sosteniamo il governo legittimo ed il popolo siriano protetto da esso

    Mi piace

  11. Giusy Angius. Italia ha detto:

    Stop genocidio.

    Mi piace

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