Syria is Dying
Hospitals are being bombed, civilians being killed by the thousands in the last rebel stronghold of Syria.
Over 250,000 people have recently fled from the Idlib region in northwestern Syria, according to the United Nations, as Dictator Bashar al-Assad is hell bent on destroying the Syrian people's revolution for freedom.
Desperate Syrian families, fleeing the bombing, are camped in cold, muddy olive groves and make shift camps along the Turkish border. Hospitals, schools, IDP camps are all targets for the Assad and Putin regimes, who operate with impunity on the ground and in the air over Idlib's 3,000,000 civilians.
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The song "If Only You'd Listen" was directly inspired by the above photograph from Idlib, Syria of a father reaching out for his children who were dangling off the edge of their house after it had been bombed from the air. When singer/Songwriter and human rights activist Dylan Connor put out a call to action across social media about the crisis in Idlib, renowned KnowleDJ (AKA Will Ramada) responded to Connor directly with an idea for a song that would get the world's attention.
Written from the point of view of a child, "If Only You'd Listen" seeks to bring awareness to all of the children in the world who need protection. The title for the song comes from KnowleDJ (who toured with the Back Street Boys in 2019) and was cowritten and produced by Coley O'Toole (from the platinum selling band We the Kings). The cover art was created by Jeffrey Isom of Pre Sense Form.
**All proceeds from sales of the single will be donated to well established and carefully vetted charities that serve the children of Syria.
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The Caesar Bill
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On December 20th, President Trump signed landmark legislation into law to stop relentless attacks on Syrian civilians. The bipartisan Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act (H.R. 31/S. 52), the culmination of a nearly-four-year long advocacy effort, holds Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accountable for his horrific war crimes and puts sanctions on perpetrators or financiers of the regime’s atrocities, including from Iran and Russia.
The law’s namesake, Syrian forensic photographer “Caesar,” smuggled out more than 50,000 photos of civilians who were brutally tortured and killed in the bowels of Assad’s prisons, one of the largest single caches ever demonstrating evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity. In July 2014, Caesar shared his evidence in a House hearing, which led to the legislation’s introduction in the House.
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