JAY VALLE | Scroll Illustration
According to a United Nations report, since the Syrian Civil War began in 2011, over 93,000 people have died and over a million have been displaced. The protests that led to the war started peacefully, but quickly turned violent when the government started killing peaceful protesters.

All we are saying is give peace a chance


JAY VALLE | Scroll Illustration According to a United Nations report, since the Syrian Civil War began in 2011, over 93,000 people have died and over a million have been displaced. The protests that led to the war started peacefully, but quickly turned violent when the government started killing peaceful protesters.

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During the civil rights movement, black gros participated in a series of nonviolent protests as a way to gain equality.

No matter how much the gros were ridiculed and beaten, most stayed silent and didn’t respond to the attacks.

Eventually, they were able to win the fight for their rights. Instead of violently acting out, they effectively voiced their concerns and won.

Ali said there is a common misconception that the rights and freedoms people enjoy today are gifts that were given to us.

“We see that social and political movements have often involved conflict and acts of violence. So are we perhaps missing the point when our focus seems to have shifted from the politics of the struggle to the process itself?” Ali said.

Some people aren’t willing to negotiate, and violence is often the only way to get them to listen, but this shouldn’t be our solution to everything.

Ali said that whether or not violence is justified in civil disobedience, people should stop and ask, “What are we fighting for, and what is the best strategy for its success?”

We should allow for diplomatic actions to take precedence over pulling the war card.

Grown men and women should be able to sit in a room and discuss things in a rational manner. Violence should be a last resort, if it should be one at all.



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