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Dejen de pretender que no se puede hacer nada para salvar a los sirios

Jueves 8 de marzo de 2018

Originalmente escrito en inglés y publicado en pulsemedia.org

Traducido por Jo Morales y Rober Astorgano

La ONU dice que se le han acabado palabras sobre Siria, pero nosotros, los abajo firmantes, todavía tenemos algunas para los gobiernos, parlamentarios, electorados, y líderes de opinión de los poderes de los cuales el orden legal internacional ha dependido hasta ahora.

El mundo es un espectador de la carnicería que ha devastado la vida de los sirios. Todo ha sucedido a la vista de una audiencia global que ve todo pero se niega a actuar.

Debido a la obstrucción rusa y la irresolución occidental, el Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU no ha logrado proteger a los sirios. En la medida en que han podido aprobar resoluciones, estas han demostrado ser ineficaces. Todo lo que han hecho es proporcionar una guisa a una institución que parece moribunda. Quizás consciente de la mancha que esto podría dejar en su legado, la ONU incluso ha dejado de contar a los muertos de Siria. Después de siete años, estas naciones parecen estar unidas solo en su apatía.

Será redundante enumerar la naturaleza y la magnitud de todos los crímenes que el régimen de Assad ha cometido contra los sirios, ayudado por milicias locales y extranjeras, por la ayuda financiera y estratégica iraní, por el poder aéreo ruso y por mercenarios—y también por la indiferencia internacional. El mundo que mira y cierra sus ojos es su facilitador pasivo.

Los sirios fueros asesinados a tiros a plena luz del día por protestar contra la injusticia. Fueron encarcelados, torturados y ejecutados. Fueron bombardeados por aire y tierra. Fueron sitiados, violados y humillados. Fueron gaseados. Fueron desplazados y desposeídos.

Quienes tienen el poder de actuar han sido generosos con expresiones de simpatía, pero no han ofrecido nada más allá del deseo de que esta guerra contra civiles—que grotescamente llaman una “guerra civil”—terminara. Piden a “todas las partes” que muestren moderación, aunque una sola de las partes tenga el monopolio virtual de la violencia; animan a todas las partes a negociar, aunque la oposición no tiene ninguna influencia. Dicen que “no hay una solución militar”, aunque el régimen no ha dado indicios de que crea en una solución de ningún otro tipo. Mientras tanto, las súplicas de las organizaciones de ayuda y de los sirios en peligro caen en oídos sordos.

Los refugiados—los únicos sirios que han recibido alguna ayuda—han visto su situación despolitizada, aislada del terror que los forzó a huir.

Hoy, mientras Idlib y Afrin se queman, lo inevitable se está desarrollando en Ghouta, el enorme campo de concentración al aire libre que está a punto de entrar en su quinto año bajo asedio. Lo que sucederá a continuación es previsible porque esta misma fórmula se ha estado aplicando repetidamente durante los últimos siete años. Después de mantener como rehén a una población civil, bloqueando alimentos, medicinas y asistencia de cualquier tipo, el régimen bombardea el área implacablemente, en particular sus instalaciones médicas, hasta que capitula. Aquellos que sobrevivan estarán obligados a abandonar sus hogares que luego serán expropiados para la ingeniería demográfica con el objetivo de crear geografías políticamente homogéneas.

Aunque ya no hay ilusiones sobre el rol del Consejo de Seguridad, todos los estados miembros, sin embargo, han adoptado y se han comprometido a defender la doctrina de la Responsabilidad de Proteger (R2P) bajo la Oficina para la Prevención del Genocidio de la ONU. La destrucción de Siria era evitable, y ahora solo puede ser detenida por los miembros electos y designados de los organismos democráticos si cumplen sus obligaciones bajo R2P para proteger a la población siria en peligro de sufrir crímenes de guerra, limpieza étnica, y lo que los mismos investigadores de crímenes de guerra de la ONU han etiquetado como el “crimen de exterminación”.

Para que la agonía del pueblo sirio llegue a su fin, debe ser parada por la fuerza. Los perpetradores de estos colosales crímenes contra la humanidad deben ser detenidos de una vez por todas. Hay una infinidad de razones geopolíticas por las que esto es un imperativo, pero ninguna tan inmediata e importante como la inviolabilidad de la vida humana y el ejercicio de la propia voluntad. La inacción reduciría estos principios al estado de tópicos vacíos de todo significado. Para su desgracia, los sirios se atrevieron a creer en estos principios; se atrevieron a creer que, aunque su lucha por la dignidad era sólo suya, no serían abandonados a tal destino en el siglo XXI.

Hoy, apelando una vez más a la ética y los códigos de conducta moral en las cuales la democracia y el derecho internacional están construidos, les pedimos que actúen ahora para detener el genocidio sirio: exigimos un alto el fuego inmediato, un inmediato levantamiento de todos los asedios, el acceso inmediato para las organizaciones de ayuda humanitaria, la liberación de los detenidos políticos, y la protección inmediata de todas las personas sirias.

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• Alexa Firat, academic and literary translator, US
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• Hazem Aboyouness, Sweden
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• Muhammad Ukla, painter

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• Fawwaz Haddad, Syrian novelist, Doha
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• Massoud Mohamed, political activist, Lebanon
• Melhem Abu saleh, Academic, Occupied Golan Heights
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• Michal Schwartz
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• Diana Moukalled, journalist, Lebanon
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• Amal Ataya, psychologist, Lebanon
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• Lubana Al Quntar, opera singer, US
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• 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
• Safi Ghazal, Syrian revolutionary, Athens
• Jo Morales, writer and activist, Athens
• Marianna Roumelioti, writer and activist, Athens
• 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


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