Residents stand in protest of military action in Syria

Part of a group of about 40 people stand along Savannah Road in Lewes to protest military intervention in Syria. BY RON MACARTHUR
September 13, 2013

As the president and Congress debate a possible military strike against Syria, a group of local residents decided to voice their opposition by staging a silent vigil Sept. 9 in downtown Lewes. More than three dozen people showed up with signs and flashlights to stand on the sidewalk beside the Zwaanendael Museum between 7 and 8 p.m.

Organizer Deb Schultz said many people are concerned about problems in the Middle East. She said most people are afraid of inevitable repercussions following an attack. "No one knows what the consequences will be," she said.

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