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There have been reports and rumors of certain areas of Syria being emptied of their Sunni residents, to be replaced with Shiite and Alawite supporters of the Syrian and Iranian regimes.Together, these crimes constitute what appears to be a state policy of sectarian cleansing, driven by a combination of mafia-style war profiteering linked to the inner circle of the Syrian regime, as well as a program of Shiitization pushed and financed by the Iranian regime and implemented with the help of the Lebanese Hezbollah.These include the Iranian ambassador to Syria, the Iranian mediator in Homs known as Hajji Fadi, Iranian businessmen and Iranian Revolutionary Guard commanders.The ICC prosecutor should also accept an offer made public in March 2015 by the U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic to share the names and details of the Commission's list of suspects with any prosecution authorities preparing cases about war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Syria.In this context, we call on the United States and its allies to treat the war in Syria as an international armed conflict involving a foreign occupation by Iran and its militias, as well as a liberation struggle by the Syrian people against this occupation.Naame Shaam, which means "Letter from Syria" in Persian, is a group of secular Iranian, Syrian and Lebanese activists and citizen-journalists focusing on exposing the Iranian regime's role in Syria.
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