We Are Committing War Crimes of the Highest Order in Syria
Virginia State Senator Richard Black and Janice Kortkamp Fearing recently returned from trips to Syria — reporting on a reality far different than the lies the American people are being fed by the media. EIR’s Jeffrey Steinberg interviews both on their meetings and experiences with top officials and everyday Syrians.
View the beautiful snapshots of Syria taken by the travelers and watch the full interview below to hear the truth about Syria’s people, culture, and way of life before terrorism came to turn the nation from a mosaic of faiths and peoples into a country blanketed by black smoke and opaque foreign interference.
The beauty of the modern city of Damascus, Syria continues to live as a six-year proxy war continues.
State Senator of Virginia Richard Black meets with officers of the Syrian Arab Army. The Syrian army has remained steadfast in their mission to protect Syria from terrorism.
State Senator Richard Black of Virginia meeting with President Bashar Al-Assad of Syria in Damascus. Assad was articulate and soft-spoken, in contrast to the false depiction displayed in the American media.
A beautiful view of Syria, where life goes on and the people thank God for each day Syria is free from foreign occupation and Sharia Law.
Virginia State Senator Richard Black meeting with Syrian veterans of the war on Syria.
Janice Kortkamp meets with Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban, media advisor to President Assad of Syria. Women have equal rights, equal pay, and hold high office in Syria.
Janice Kortkamp surveys the damage done to a Christian church destroyed by Islamist rebels operating in Syria. In Syria, Christians make up over 10% of the population and have equal protection under the law to worship and religious expression,