BOSTON (CBS) — For the second week in a row, hundreds of people stood outside Park Street Station on the Boston Common to protest U.S.-led military action in Syria.
Several families of Syrian descent attended, saying the United States would be better served by trying to get terrorists out of their country.
“I want my country, America, to step in peacefully, politically,” said Mike Chamo, who added that his family members in Syria have been held hostage and even killed by terrorists. “I’m sure there are ways around (having U.S. military strikes). I would want them to stop the rebels from killing people.”
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Kim Tunnicliffe reportsComments (3)