Exeter protestors demand no military intervention in Syria
Peace campaigners held a city centre demonstration to show their solidarity against any attack on Syria.
Dozens took part in the Don’t Attack Syria vigil in Bedford Square.
A silent vigil was followed by speeches, with the message: Don’t Attack Syria.
Organiser Ghee Bowman said: "I have been getting increasingly alarmed by the tub-thumping from the warmongers."
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Resident Rebecca Michel added: “What makes us think that we have the right to police the world? If Russia or China intervened with military force somewhere in the world, we would be outraged.
“The USA and Western allies are viewed by many around the world as bullies and oppressors.
“Military intervention in Syria would only exacerbate that problem. It would not even necessarily protect Syrians but would up the ante for the whole region and international politics.”