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STUDENTS ORGANIZE FOR SYRIA CONDEMNS PARIS ATTACKS AND OPPOSES GOVERNORS’ DECLARATIONS TO FORBID FURTHER RESETTLING OF SYRIAN REFUGEES.

STUDENTS ORGANIZE FOR SYRIA CONDEMNS PARIS ATTACKS AND OPPOSES GOVERNORS’ DECLARATIONS TO FORBID FURTHER RESETTLING OF SYRIAN REFUGEES.

  Students Organize for Syria (SOS) stands in solidarity with each individual, family and country that has been afflicted by the tragic violence by ISIS. SOS condemns all acts of terror, including the attacks documented in the last two weeks in Lebanon, France, Turkey, Egypt,…

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SOS Calls for Increase In Refugee Admission and Renewed Commitment to Resolve Crisis

SOS Calls for Increase In Refugee Admission and Renewed Commitment to Resolve Crisis

Students Organize for Syria mourns the deaths of Syrian refugees who have died while traveling to Europe to secure a safer future for their families, and welcomes the decisions by many countries to accept more refugees. Students Organize for Syria is also grateful to the…

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Students Organize for Syria applauds charges against six officers involved in homicide of Freddie Gray, endorses nonviolent protests for justice

Students Organize for Syria applauds charges against six officers involved in homicide of Freddie Gray, endorses nonviolent protests for justice

Students Organize for Syria (SOS), the nationwide student initiative for Syria, applauds the decision of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby to rule the death of Freddie Gray a homicide, after he sustained a fatal spinal cord injury while being arrested and transferred into…

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Students Organize for Syria Stands in Solidarity with Armenian People on 100th Anniversary of Genocide

Students Organize for Syria Stands in Solidarity with Armenian People on 100th Anniversary of Genocide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Students Organize for Syria (SOS), the national student-led initiative for Syria, remembers the victims of the Armenian genocide, marking the 100th anniversary of the mass atrocities which resulted in the deaths of 1.5 million Armenians. SOS reiterates its opposition to genocide-denial, and…

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