We love them all: Let us Love them all

Let us love them all, those who are striving to set Syria free and those who are giving their lives up so that the Revolution might triumph.  Let us love the FSA and the Islamists, the named and unnamed armed groups, the secular, the religious, the believers and non believers. Let us love them all, the Sunnis, the Christians, the Druzes, the Alawites, the Kurds, the Assyrians and the rest. What does it matter if they believe in God in different ways; whether they are atheists, agnostics or devout Muslims? If God exists, He exists with our love or without it. He is the Omnipotent. We are all God’s children or his worshipers   If all unite in love of Syria and fight for it instead of against it, one day, not far now, the nightmare will be over. Then all the dichotomies and the difference can be examined and solved without tearing ourselves to annihilation or total destruction. We have learnt from the endless darkness of the Assad era that it is not really about power, that it is not really about the supremacy of one faction against the other, that it is not actually about subjugating the minorities or the majorities, that it is absolutely not about replacing repression and injustice with a freedom divided, bloodied and tailored to fit a deformed still born anomaly.  No, it isn’t.  We are a county now which has suffered the darkest of human violations and the kind of violence that has undone the trappings of civilization and the most hallowed of ethical conducts, a country  visited by the Slayer, the terrible shadow of death, wielding extinction by the moat terrible of means.  We are a country in need of redemption and salvation. Let us be the redeemers and the saviours. Let us bring to Syria the compassion of God and His mercy.  Let us also bring his forgiveness and grace. Syria will soon be ours.  Let us be worthy of her.  Let  مكارم الاخلاق ( Noble virtues)  and المروؤة(chivalry) rule our actions and motives. Let us be builders for we have inherited the devastation.  Let us raise Syria from its ashes in dignity; freedom, justice and equality guiding us to our new destiny.

 

About alisariram

I am an artist, a writer and a researcher. I know Arabic and English . I am interested in music and art of every description. I like to describe myself as the embodiment of a harmonious marriage between two cultures which I value and treasure.
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