Die Welt muss jetzt auf Syrien reagieren

Ein offener Brief

18. FEBRUAR 2018

Die Vereinten Nationen sagen, ihnen habe es zu Syrien die Sprache verschlagen, aber wir, die Unterzeichner, haben den Regierungen, Parlamentariern, dem Wahlvolk und den Meinungsmachern der Mächte, auf denen die internationale legle Ordnung bisher beruhte, dennoch etwas zu sagen.

Die Welt ist ein Zuschauer des Blutbades, das die Leben der Syrer verwüstet hat. Alles ist in voller Sichtweite eines welteiten Publikums geschehen, das alles sieht, aber eine Reaktion verweigert.

Durch russische Blockade und westliche Unentschlossenheit hat der UN-Sicherheitsrat versagt, die Syrer zu schützen. Soweit er fähig war, Resolutionen zu verabschieden, hat er sich als ineffektiv erwiesen. Alles was sie getan haben, ist ein Feigenblatt berietzustellen für eine Einrichtung, die scheinbar im Sterben liegt. Vielleicht weil sie wissen, dass das ein Mal in ihrem Vermächtnis hinterlassen wird, zählen die UN inzwischen nicht einmal mehr die Toten in Syrien. Nach sieben Jahren erscheinen diese Nationen nur noch vereint in ihrer Gleichgültigkeit.

Es wäre überflüssig, Art und Umfang aller Verbrechen aufzulisten, die das Assad-Regime mit Hilfe ausländischer Milizen, durch strategische und finzielle Hilfe des Iran, durch russische Luftmacht und Söldner, gegen Syrer begangen hat – und durch internationale Gleichgültigkeit. Die Welt, die zuschaute und ihre Augen bedeckte, ist ihr passiver Helfer.

Syrer wurden am hellichten Tag erschossen und getötet, weil sie sich gegen ungerechtigkeit wehrten. Sie wurden eingesperrt, gefoltert und hingerichtet. Sie wurden bombardiert und beschossen. Sie wurden belagert, vergewaltigt und erniedrigt. Sie wurden Vergast. Sie wurden vertrieben und enteignet.

Diejenigen, mit der Macht zu handeln, waren großzügig mit Sympathiebekundungen, aber sie boten über den Wunsch hinaus, dass dieser Krieg gegen Zivilisten endet – den sie groteskerweise „Bürgerkrieg“ nennen – nichts an. Sie appellieren an „alle Parteien“ sich zu mäßigen, obwohl nur eine Seite das praktische Monopol der Gewalt besitzt; sie ermutigen alle Parteien zu verhandeln, obwohl die Opposition überhaupt keine Unterstützung hat. Sie sagen, es gibt „keine militärische Lösung“, obwohl das Regime keine Hinweise erkennen lässt, dass es an eine Lösung irgendeiner anderen Art glaubt. Unterdessen stoßen Appelle von Hilfswerken und bedrohten Syrern auf taube Ohren.

Flüchtlinge – die einzigen Syrer, die Hilfe bekamen – mussten zusehen, wie ihre Not entpolitisiert wurde, isoliert von dem Terror, der sie zur Flucht zwang.

Heute, während Idlib und Afrin brennen, geschieht das Unvermeidliche in Ghouta, das riesige Konzentrationslager unter offenem Himmel ist dabei ins fünfte Jahr seiner Belagerung einzutreten. Was als nächstes geschieht ist vorhersehbar, weil dieselbe Formel in den vergangenen sieben Jahren mehrfach angewandt wurde.

Nachdem man eine zivile Bevölkerung als Geißel genommen und Nahrung, Medizin und Hilfe jeglicher Art ausgesperrt hat, bombardiert das Regime die Gegend erbarmungslos, vor allem seine medizinischen Einrichtungen, bis sie kapituliert. Diejenigen die überleben, werden dann aus ihren Häusern getrieben, anschließend enteignet aufgrund von Bevölkrerungspolitik (social engineering) mit dem Ziel, politisch heterogene Karten zu schaffen.

Während die Rolle des Sicherheitsrates keine Illusionen mehr zulässt, hat jedes Mitgliedsland trotzdem die Doktrin der Verantwortung zu schützen (R2P) verabschiedet und geschworen, sie im Rahmen des UN-Büros für Genozid-Pravention zu verteidigen. Die Zerstörung von Syrien war vermeidbar und kann nur durch die gewählten und ernannten Mitglieder der demokratischen Organe beendet werden, wenn diese ihre Verpflichtungen nach R2P erfüllen, Syriens bedrohte Bevölkerung vor Kriegsverbrechen zu beschützen, vor ethnischen Säuberungen, und was UN-Inspekteure für Kriegsverbrechen selbst „Verbrechen der Auslöschung“ benannt haben.

Um das Leiden des Volkes von Syrien zu einem Ende zu bringen, muss das mit Gewalt beendet werden. Die Täter dieser kolossalen Verbrechen gegen die Menschheit müssen aufgehalten werden, endgültig. Es gibt unzählige geopolitische Gründe warum dies ein Muss ist, aber keiner ist so unmittelbarund wichtig, wie die Unantastbarkeit des Lebens und die Ausübung des freien Willens. Passivität würde diese Prinzipien auf den Rang von Gemeinplätzen verweisen, bar aller Bedeutung. Zu ihrem Unglück haben die Syrer es gewagt an diese Prinzipien zu glauben; sie wagten zu glauben, dass während der Kampf um Würde nur ihr eigener war, man sie im 21. Jahrhundert nicht einfach ihrem Schicksal überlassen würde.

Heute appellieren wir einmal mehr an die Ethik und moralischen Verhaltenkodexe auf denen Demokratie und Internationales Recht aufbauen,wir bitten Sie jetzt zu handeln und den syrischen Völkermord aufzuhalten: Verlangen Sie einen sofortigen Waffenstillstand, eine sofortige Beendigung aller Belagerungen, unmittelbaren Zugang zu Mitteln der Hilfsorganisationen, Freilassung aller politischen Häftlinge, und sofortigen Schutz aller syrischen Leben.

Affiliations for identification purposes only

  • Yassin Al-Haj Saleh, writer, Berlin

  • Robin Yassin-Kassab, writer, Scotland

  • Rime Allaf, writer

  • Leila Al Shami, Syrian writer and human rights activist, UK

  • Mohammad Al Attar, Syrian playwright, Berlin

  • Michel Kilo, Syrian writer and politician, Paris

  • Moncef Marzouki, Former President of Tunisia

  • Burhan Ghalioun, academician and thinker, Paris

  • Karam Nachar, Syrian writer and academic, Istanbul

  • Mohammad Ali Atassi, journalist and filmmaker, Beirut

  • Ossama Mohammed, filmmaker, Paris

  • Yasmin Fedda, filmmaker, UK

  • Fadel Abdul Ghany, Chairperson of the Syrian Network for Human Rights

  • Ebrahim Alyousef, President of Human Rights Association in Syria, Germany

  • Nisrin Al Zahre, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

  • Nadia Aissaoui, sociologist, Paris

  • Leila Nachawati Rego, writer, Spain

  • Hala Mohammad, Syrian poet, Paris

  • Afra Jalabi, Syrian writer, Canada

  • Mohja Kahf, Syrian writer

  • Rula Jebreal, writer and journalist

  • Yasser Munif, Emerson College, Boston

  • Mohammed Hanif, writer and journalist, Polish Academy of Sciences

  • Samih Choukaer, Syrian musician, Paris

  • Professor Martti Koskenniemi, University of Helsinki

  • Professor Gilbert Achcar, SOAS, University of London

  • Professor Nader Hashemi, University of Denver

  • Professor François Burgat, Institut de Recherches et d’Etudes sur le Monde Arabe et Musulman (IREMAM), Aix-en-Provence, France

  • Professor Fawaz A. Gerges, London School of Economics (LSE)

  • Professor Mutaz Al Khatib, writer, Syria

  • Professor Joseph Bahout, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

  • Professor James Simpson, Harvard University

  • Professor Michael Nagler, Metta Center for Nonviolence, California

  • Professor Ziad Majed, political scientist, Paris

  • Professor Wendy Pearlman, Northwestern University

  • Professor Steven Heydeman, Smith College

  • Professor Joe Schwartzberg, University of Minnesota

  • Professor Murhaf Jouejati

  • Professor Lars Chittka

  • Professor Amr Al-Azm, Shawnee State University

  • Professor Ghassan Hage, Melbourne University

  • Professor Ahmed Barqawi, Palestinian-Syrian

  • Professor H.A. Hellyer, Atlantic Council

  • Professor Jamie Mayerfeld, University of Washington

  • Professor Stephen Zunes, University of San Francisco

  • Professor Anna Kathrin Bleuler, University of Salzburg

  • Professor Carola Lentz, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany

  • Professor Dr. Love Ekenberg, UNESCO Chair, Stockholm University, Sweden

  • Professor Dr. Annie Sparrow, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Professor Dr. Andreas Diekmann, ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

  • Professor Dr. Marion Albers, Fakultät für Rechtswissenschaft, Universität Hamburg

  • Professor Scott Lucas, University of Birmingham, UK

  • Professor Barbara Hobson, Stockholm University, Sweden

  • Professor Jairo Lugo-Ocando, University of Leeds, UK

  • Christoph Reuter, journalist, Germany

  • Janine di Giovanni, author

  • Haid Haid, Syrian researcher, Chatham House, London

  • Yassin Swehat, Syrian journalist, Istanbul

  • Charles Lister, Middle East Institute

  • Loubna Mrie, Syrian journalist, New York

  • Rafat Alzakout, theater director and documentary filmmaker, Berlin

  • Khaldoun al Nabwani, writer and academician, Paris

  • Abdul Wahab Badrakhan, journalist, UK

  • Ghayath Almadhoun, poet, Palestine, Syria – Sweden

  • Subhi Hadidi, writer, Syria – France

  • Stephen R. Shalom, New Politics

  • Barry Finger, New Politics

  • Jason Schulman, New Politics

  • Omar Kaddor, writer, France

  • Najati Tayara, intellectual, Syria – Paris

  • Hazami Zhour, intellectual, Syria

  • Marcelle Shehwaro, Syrian activist, Istanbul

  • Kenan Rahmani, Syrian campaigner

  • Muhammad Idrees Ahmed, University of Stirling, Scotland

  • Lydia Wilson, University of Oxford

  • Thomas Pierret, Researcher, CNRS, France

  • Kelly Grotke, writer/academic, Visiting Scholar at Cornell University

  • Danny Postel, Northwestern University

  • Ruslan Trad, Bulgarian-Syrian author of The Murder of A Revolution, Sofia

  • Stephen Hastings-King, writer/researcher, Massachusetts

  • Anna Nolan, human rights campaigner

  • Rafif Jouejati, FREE-Syria

  • Rami Al-Jarrah, journalist, Turkey

  • CJ Werleman, Middle East Eye

  • Shiyam Galyon, Books Not Bombs

  • Miream Salameh, Syrian refugee & visual artist, Melbourne

  • Molly Crabapple, artist, author of Drawing Blood

  • Ammar Abdulhamid, Syrian-American author and activist

  • Jasmin Mujanović, political scientist, Durham, North Carolina

  • Senay Ozden, researcher, Istanbul

  • Nadim Shehadi, Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Tufts University

  • Faraj Bairakdar, poet, Stockholm

  • Hanna Himo, Syrian poet, Stockholm

  • Theo Horesh, author and journalist, Colorado

  • Fares Helou, Syrian actor, Paris

  • Vladimir Tarnopolsky, musician, Russia

  • Sarah Hunaidi, writer, Chicago

  • Véronique Nahoum-Grappe, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France

  • 

Husam Alkatlaby, human rights activist, The Netherlands

  • Assem Al Basha, Syrian sculptor, Spain

  • Maen Albayari‏, journalist, Jordan

  • Michael Karadjis, Western Sydney University

  • Stefan Tarnowski, translator

  • Mutasem Syoufi, The Day After

  • Najib Ghadbian, academic and activist

  • Ammar Abd Rabbo, journalist

  • Laila Alodaat, lawyer, UK

  • Sarah Kay, human rights lawyer, UK

  • Fares Albahra, Syrian poet and psychiatrist, Berlin

  • Paweł Machcewicz, Polish Academy of Sciences

  • Sarah Kilani, doctor, France

  • Ibrahim Al-Jabeen, Al-Arab, Germany

  • Charles Davis, writer, Los Angeles

  • Marie-Thérèse Kiriaky, activist

  • Pastor David Tatgenhorst, Philadelphia

  • Necati Sönmez, filmmaker, Turkey

  • Francesca Scalinci, independent scholar, Italy

  • Kris Manjapra, Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin; Associate Professor, Tufts University

  • Harald Etzbach, historian, journalist and translator, Germany

  • Zeynep Kıvılcım, Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin

  • Housamedden Darwish, Assistant Professor, Department of Oriental Studies, Department of Philosophy, University of Cologne

  • Qianfan Zhang, Peking University

  • Lisa Herzog, Hochschule für Politik München

  • Dr. Eduardo Ballán. engineer, Madrid, Spain

  • Dr. Matthias Egeler, Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • Alice von Bieberstein, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • Georg Essen, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • H. Glenn Penny, University of Iowa

  • Katharina Wiedemann, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • Andres Staire, Musician, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • Sadek Abed Alrahman, Journalist, Istanbul

  • Amr Shannan, IT engineer and activist, Istanbul

  • Nour al-Hussen Villa, Santiago de Compostela

  • Salam Alhaj Hasan, Bochum, Germany

  • Habib Nassar, lawyer and activist, Amsterdam

  • Hussam Eddin Mohammad, Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper, UK

  • Nouri Al-Jarrah, Al-Arab, UK

  • Khaldoun Al-Shamaa, Al-Jadeed, UK

  • Ahmad Omar, Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed, Germany

  • Abdallah Maksour, writer, Belgium

  • Wael Sawah, writer, US

  • Khaled Al-Nasseri, Al-Mutawasset, Italy

  • Sana Al-Aloul, Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper, UK

  • Mufeed Najm, writer and teacher, Kuwait

  • Christin Lüttich, political scientist, Berlin

  • Ahmad Barkawi, teacher, UAE

  • Basheer Albakr, Al-Arabi Aljadeed, UK

  • Rehab Chaker, Syrian-Dutch translator, The Netherlands

  • Désanne van Brederode, Dutch philosopher and writer, The Netherlands

  • Jurgen Maas, Dutch publisher, The Netherlands

  • Marjolein Wijnincks, Dutch Arabist, The Netherlands

  • Hanny Wieles, Dutch Language teacher, The Netherlands

  • Oz Katerji, journalist

  • Naomí Ramírez Díaz, translator and researcher, Madrid

  • Santiago Alba Rico, writer and thinker, Tunisia

  • Rosa Yassin Hassan, Syrian novelist, Hamburg

  • Indira Mattar, journalist, Lebanon

  • Mohamad Khouli, Syrian American Forum, Minnesota

  • Elsa Wiehe, academic

  • Shilpa Jindia, journalist

  • Inga Geipel, biologist, Berlin

  • Viktoriya Sereda, Associate Professor, Ukrainian Catholic University

  • Luca Giuliani, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • Catherine Wilson, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • Ghalia Kabbani, Syrian journalist and writer, London

  • Fadel Sultani, Iraqi poet and writer, London

  • Yasser Khanger. poet, Occupied Syrian Golan

  • Mahmoud Mahmoud, Physician, Occupied Syrian Golan, Germany

  • Turki Amer, poet, Palestine

  • Randa Maddah, artist, Occupied Syrian Golan

  • Moheeb Barghuthi, poet, Palestine

  • Raed Wahesh, writer and journalist, Palestine – Syria

  • Ali Mawassi, poet and editor, Palestine

  • Fares  Albahra, Syrian poet and psychiatrist, Berlin

  • Yamen Hussein, Syrian poet, Munich

  • Abdulrahman Alhallak, Syrian writer and teacher, Kuwait

  • Hala Alabdalla, Syrian filmmaker, Paris

  • Anthony Merjan, Syrian-Swedish Association, Stockholm

  • Murhaf Fares, Syrian Peace Action Centre, SPACE, Oslo

  • Zeina Bali, Syrian Peace Action Centre, SPACE, Oslo

  • Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani, Professor Emeritus, ETH Zürich

  • Joel Hubrecht, jurist, France

  • Marc Hakim, doctor, France

  • Chibli Mallat‏, lawyer, Beirut

  • Bárbara Azaola Piazza, academician, UCLM, Spain

  • Özhan Önder, Hamisch Syrian Cultural Center, Istanbul

  • Eric Ruder, Journalist, Socialist Worker, US

  • Tim Fieblinger, Lund University, Sweden

  • Khaled Hourani, artist, Palestine

  • Bayan Shbib, theater-maker, Palestine

  • Karama Abu Saleh, lawyer, Occupied Syrian Golan

  • Rasha Hilwi, writer and journalist, Palestine

  • Huda Diban, poet, Palestine – Syria

  • Fahed Halabi, artist

  • Reem Talhami, artist, Palestine

  • Ala Hlehel, writer, Palestine

  • Khawla Ibraheem, actress and director, Occupied Syrian Golan

  • Maha Ighbaria, Palestine

  • Aram Abusaleh, activist, Occupied Syrian Golan

  • Tareq Alarabi, poet, Palestine

  • Ali Abu Awad, general surgeon, Occupied Syrian Golan

  • Maya Rahabi, Syrian novelist and writer, Paris

  • Marwan Ali, poet, Germany

  • Adam Sabra, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Sam Charles Hamad, writer, UK

  • Isaac Miller, writer, US

  • Dan La Botz, New Politics

  • Sara Mannheimer, writer, glassblower, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Fredrika Linder, artist, Nacka, Sweden

  • Björner Torsson, writer, Vamlingbo, Sweden

  • Eva Runefelt, writer, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Magnus William-Olsson, writer, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Daphné Keramidas, visual artist, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Eva Björkander-Mannheimer, Phil.lic., Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Annika Thor, writer, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Jan Henrik Swahn, writer, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Jörgen Lind, writer, Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Katarina Nitsch, artist and Senior Lecturer, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

  • Laurent Dan Moeri, AntidoteZine.com, Switzerland

  • Dror Feiler, musician, composer, artist, and activist, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Kholod Saghir, producer, Uppsala, Sweden

  • Otto Mannheimer, critic, Cairo, Egypt

  • Mahmoud al-Rimawi, writer, Jordan

  • Wolf Lepenies, Permanent Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

  • Saad Bintiflah Alajmi, academic & former minister, Kuwait

  • Haytham Khoury, physician and political activist

  • Maher Masoud, Syrian writer, Berlin

  • Pamela Slotte, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

  • Ann-Marie Tung Hermelin, writer, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Johanne Lykke Holm, Writer, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Massood Mafan, Translator, Uppsala, Sweden

  • Johanna Schartau, artist and filmmaker, Glemmingebro, Sweden

  • Anna Jansson, translator, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Lina Ekdahl, writer, Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Anna-Karin Palm, writer, Nacka, Sweden

  • Catherine Coquio, educator and researcher

  • Cecilia Roos, dancer, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Khashayar Naderehvandi, poet, Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Morten Søndergaard, poet, Paris, France

  • Kerstin Munck, Senior Lecturer, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Johan Petri, director, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Hanna Hallgren, poet, Hägersten, Sweden

  • Lisa Åkesson, Lecturer, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Polly Kellogg, Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • Gail Daneker, Activist, St. Paul, Minnesota

  • Ed Sutton, Antidote Writers Collective, Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • Comité Syrie-Europe après Alep

  • Bakr Sidki, writer and translator, Gaziantep, Turkey

  • Samantha Falciatori, activist and blogger

  • Patrick Hilsman, journalist and researcher, New York

  • Terry Burke, Minnesota Committee in Solidarity with the People of Syria (CISPOS)

  • Andrew Berman, Minnesota Committee in Solidarity with the People of Syria (CISPOS)

  • Mary Rizzo, translator, activist, blogger, Italy

  • Tristan Sloughter, writer, US

  • Kathleen McKay

  • Ian Keith, educator, St. Paul, Minnesota

  • Stanley Heller, television news host, US

  • Mahmoud Murad, member of Solidarity & RefugeeHub, Sydney

  • Khaled Sattouf, Syrian activist, Sydney

  • Mark Goudkamp, member of Solidarity & Refugee Action Coalition Sydney

  • Alex Johnson: Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney (STICS) & Jura Collective

  • Austin G Mackell, former journalist, founder and CEO of Write In Stone pty ltd, Sydney

  • Suraina Pasha, journalist

  • Ruth Riegler, writer, editor

  • Andrew Pollack, human rights activist

  • Judith Hempfling, Yellow Springs, Ohio, US

  • Anno Bunnik, Researcher, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

  • Adham Sahloul, Syrian American

  • Adam Shatz, writer, New York

  • Abdul-Wahab Kayyali, Palestinian-Jordanian academic

  • Neveser Koker, Arizona State University

  • Diana B. Greenwald, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School

  • Riad Houry, international development professional, Switzerland

  • Sawsan Kayyali, pharmacist, Amman, Jordan

  • Rania Kayyali, Amman, Jordan

  • Tala Kayyali, health care professional, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Rafah Nached, psychoanalyst, France

  • Fawaz Mzayek, professor, US

  • Abed Alaziz Aidy, Syrian activist, Germany

  • Dima Nachawi, artist, Lebanon

  • Edwar Hanna, architect, Austria

  • Assaad Al Achi, Baytna Syria, Turkey

  • Jamil Nahra, writer, Spain

  • Kheder Alagha, writer and journalist, Syria, Germany

  • Ahmad Sleiman, writer and poet, Berlin

  • Ziad Aziz, Decostamine Initiative, Lebanon

  • Alia El Atassi, translator, Germany

  • Mohammad Alhaj Saleh, writer, Norway

  • Mwaffak Altroudi, Strasbourg, France

  • Wasim Maziak, professor, US

  • Zawer Barsbai, US

  • Anas Alali, Syrian journalist, Libya

  • Adel Kadri, Tunisia

  • Esmael Ot Tallah, cinematographer, Sweden

  • Ismail Fayed, writer, Egypt

  • Eyas Al Mohammad, journalist, Syria

  • Jenan Salah, Syria, Germany

  • Khaled Aljaramani, musician, France

  • Nawar Bulbul, France

  • Raeda Deksian -Ashkar, The Netherlnds

  • Lubna Alkanawati, Syrian activist, Turkey

  • Karim Al Afnan, journalist, UK

  • Mohammad Al Hessan, Austria

  • Khaled Barakeh, visual artist, Syria/Germany

  • Maabad Alhassoun, Syrian writer and journalist, France

  • Khouloud Al Zghayare, Syrian sociologist, France

  • Hashem Tahri, Syrian citizen, Kuwait

  • Talal Tohme, jourrnalist, Lebanon

  • Najah Abd Albaki, teacher, Syria

  • Walid Fawal, Canada

  • Anwar Alomar, engineer, Canada

  • Aladin Halim, Australia

  • Habib Alraii, Sweden

  • Ahmad Alsharkat, Turley

  • lama Alnabelsi, Syria – The Netherlands

  • Abboud Ash-shami, Syria

  • Nashwan Atassi, author, Paris

  • Araa al Jaramani, ULB- Brussels

  • Rehab Hassoun, Germany

  • Radwan Alrachi, Syria

  • Nael Balawi, Austria

  • Muammar Nakhla, psychologist, Germany

  • Bassam Yousef, Sweden

  • Huda Jafar, writer, Yemen

  • Bushra Albashawat, Germany

  • Nael Georges, Syrian writer

  • Jan Abaza, Egypt

  • Assen Hamsho, Syrian activist, Paris

  • Muhammad Musallam, student, Turkey

  • Liana Badr, Palestinian author

  • Mustafa Aljarf, refugee, France

  • Hazem Dakel, Syrian journalist

  • Azzam Moustafa, Syrian refugee, Germany

  • Rami Khalaf, France

  • Maha Alkhateeb, Syria

  • Touhama Al Jondi, journalist, Bulgaria

  • Abdelilah Shafa’a, refugee, Denmark

  • Radwan Al Rawi, The Netherlands

  • Najat Elya, US

  • Tarek Hokan, lawyer, Germany

  • Liwaa Yazji, filmmaker and writer, Syria

  • Siraj Sulaiman, Syrian Physician, Saudi Arabia

  • Majed Al Jomah, Syrian physician

  • Moayed Skaif, journaist, Syria

  • Mikael Bourner, Sweden

  • Linda Baris, France

  • Sean Keith, United States

  • Hala Atassi, journalist, Syria

  • Noman Halawa, teacher, Syria – Turkey

  • Ayman Owida, writer, Tunisia

  • Suzan Aldairi Daghestani, mother, US

  • Salama Darwish, dentist, Syria

  • Adnan Jaber, writer, France

  • Aabed Moubayed, UK

  • Faissal Dahmoush, Turkey

  • Samira Hassan, Ireland

  • Ghanem Daghestani, physician, Texas, US

  • Salah Hanaya, poet, Syria

  • Nidall Jaouni, architect, Canada

  • Kais Atfeh, Germany

  • Hosni Ghadi, Canada, Syria

  • Siba Al-Khadour, Canada

  • Suheyl Hammud, Syria

  • Salam Doudieh, translator, Spain

  • Waleed Alhaj Saleh, lawyer, Sweden

  • Omar Zahra, engineer, US

  • Mohammad Abou Laban, writer, Berlin

  • Moutaz Rafeh, Canada

  • Maya Alrahabi, writer and feminist activist, France

  • Akram Aboud, Riyadh

  • Rabih Aljundi, engineer, Syria

  • Mohamed Sami Al Habbal, journalist, Germany

  • Samir Suleiman, engineer, Australia

  • Fawzi Ghozlan, poet, Syria

  • Mahmoud Abood, Saudi Arabia

  • Mechal Aladawi, journalist, Japan

  • Anas Alsaied Ahmad, Sweden

  • Nasser Fardousi, Research Fellow, UK

  • Bashar Kassir, activist, Canada

  • Kheder al Shuwaikh, accountant, Turkey

  • Tamer Jabbour, activist, Canada

  • Maha Assabalani, journalist, France

  • Ibrahim Alwash, Syrian writer, France

  • Mazen El Khash, Toronto, Canada

  • Muna Antoun, US

  • Houssam Meli, Philippines

  • Hareth Sleiman, university professor, Beirut

  • Ayham Dahi, California, US

  • Mudar Yaghi, governance and local administration specialist, Turkey

  • Najwa Zahhar, Jordan

  • Abir Faroussi, Canada

  • Hiroki Okazaki, political thinker, Japan

  • Alexa Firat, academic and literary translator, US

  • Mhd Mounir Alfakir, activist, Turkey

  • Joseph Badaoui, journalist, AFP

  • Bara’a Sarraj, University of Chicago

  • Mahmoud AboBaker, student, Syria/USA

  • Mohammad Yousef, The Netherlads

  • Refaa Alhaj Saleh, teacher, The Netherlands

  • Rima Flihan, writer, Australia

  • Orwa Najeeb, doctor, Eastern Ghouta, Syria

  • Mariam Shareef, poet, Jordan

  • Bakr Ghbeis, Harvard University

  • Fawaz Kadrie, Germany

  • Hadeel Merei Hussein, ophthalmologist, France

  • Ayed Kazour, photographer, UAE

  • Qusay Al-Shuwaikh, engineer, Syrian, Oman

  • Nahla Taher, journalist, Germany

  • Mansoura Ez Eldin, writer, Egypt

  • Jamal Mansour, Canada

  • Tina Abzakh, Sweden

  • Firas Banna, Palestine

  • 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

Quelle: http://www.nybooks.com/daily/2018/02/27/the-world-must-act-now-on-syria/

Übersetzung: Thorsten Ramin

Siehe auch: https://www.adoptrevolution.org/demographic-engineering/