Two Big Days In The History Of Syria.

By Jerry Alatalo

“Humanitarian Situation in Syria”, United Nations on October 24, 2019 | Two days later on October 26, 2019 – ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was dead.

n Thursday October 24, 2019 a meeting was convened at the United Nations to present findings of a study conducted through interviews of hundreds of Syrians about their experiences inside Internally Displaced Citizens (IDC) refugee camps, particularly those located at Rukban and Al-Tanf.

In a briefing titled “Humanitarian Situation in Syria” presented by the Director of the Foundation for the Study of Democracy, Mr. Maxim Grigoriev describes why the refugee camps are misnamed, and that they are in reality brutal prison camps where tremendous levels of terrorist-led gruesome human rights violations have occurred.

Murder, forced detention, abuse, torture, forced prostitution, rape and sexual harassment are some of the crimes reported from witnesses in interviews conducted with (2) days of the witness/Syrian citizens’ leaving the refugee camps and relocating to Syrian government controlled areas.

The American military in charge of the refugee camps in high likelihood do not wish for this information to reach a wider public, as the personal witness testimonies paint a severely critical picture of the United States military’s collaborative, commandeering role with terrorists in the camps, including members of ISIS.

As already noted, the meeting was held at the United Nations in New York on Thursday October 24, 2019. It is important to note that the participants in this meeting were totally unaware of what was to occur within just 48 hours afterward.

Every man and woman who reads these words will by now be fully familiar with the Saturday October 26, 2019 reported death of ISIS founder and leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which was immediately the top focus of/on virtually every media platform on Earth.

We would ask those who pass this way to view the entire 57-minute meeting video and consider possible answers and/or commentary on the following question:

Was the Saturday October 26, 2019 raid on an Idlib, Syria compound, – reportedly conducted for either capturing or killing ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi – carried out specifically in response to the extremely shocking and revealing October 24, 2019 United Nations meeting?

Perhaps it would be helpful in answering that important question to consider the level of response, or non-response/silence, coming from the administration of United States President Donald Trump regarding the October 24, 2019 meeting at the United Nations.

What are people across the Earth to make of two separate, hugely important, related and starkly contrasting events – central to the future of Syria and its people, along with the Middle East region and the world – taking place just a matter of two days apart?

(Thank you to RussiaUN at YouTube)

Americans Observe History Day.

The peace pipe is sacred for Native Americans.

s Americans observe the national holiday of Columbus Day on October 14, it seems proper to take some moments for remembering the nation’s original people. A short documentary titled “A Healing Journey” shares one Native American tribe’s successful effort to regain an essential aspect of its unique history and long-ago traditional nature-based system of living.

Some spiritual prophecies hold that humanity will come to a certain point of historic decision when the powers of greed, self-importance, and lack of respect for life in all its forms – human, animal, plant and inanimate – inflicts such harm that reconsideration of ancient, simpler, natural and peaceful ways of living on Earth becomes manifest.

Is it possible that now, in October 2019, represents that prophesied decisive historical point where humanity finds it impossible to perpetuate the harms it has essentially done to itself, all life and the Earth itself – through ill-considered, reckless and violent actions taken for the purpose of increasing wealth and power and control at the expense of others in the human family?

For thousands of years, the Nimiipuu (Nez Perce) people piloted their canoes along the tumbling waters of the Snake River. But after dams were built and the river choked off, a tradition was lost for over 100 years. Until now…

(Thank you to Earthjustice.org)