a letter awaits an answer from Congress. President Obama wants lawmakers to weigh in on whether to use military force in Syria. The United Nations weapons inspectors left Syria yesterday, bringing with them samples and witness accounts of an alleged chemical weapons attack. But the president says he will not wait for the UN to take action. 3 00 - 0521 - 261:08 - 1:13"Obama. Hands off Syria."DEMONSTRATORS WITH THE ANSWER COALITION RALLY ON THE PRESIDENT'S DOORSTEP. ORGANIZERS SAY EVEN THOUGH THE VIOLENCE IN SYRIA IS DEVASTATING, THE UNITED STATES SHOULD STAY OUT OF IT.BUT 18-YEAR-OLD OBADAH WAS ALSO THERE AND HEBELIEVES THE SYRIAN PEOPLE WILL CONTINUE TO SUFFER UNLESS THE U-S INTERVENES."As supporters of the Syrian revolution, we want freedom. We want Bashar Assad to be overthrown, and we want the American government to help the Syrian people."AND PRESIDENT OBAMA AGREES."After careful deliberation, I've decided that the United States should take military action against Syrian regime targets."IMAGES LIKE THIS... SHOWING CIVILIANS, INCLUDING CHILDREN, AFTER AN ALLEGED CHEMICAL ATTACK FROM THE SYRIAN REGIME --LED THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO WEIGH ITS MILITARY OPTIONS SHOULD THEY DECIDE TO STRIKE."Our security and our values demand that we cannot turn away from the massacre of countless civilians with chemical weapons."THE PRESIDENT SAYS THIS WON'T BE A LONG-TERM CAMPAIGN AND U-S TROOPS WILL NOT BE INVOLVED.BUT ANSWER COALITION'S DIRECTOR SAYS ANY MILITARY ACTION IS THE U-S OVERSTEPPING ITS BOUNDS. "Certainly the American government does not have the right to be judge, jury, and executioner about all of the world's problems. They just don't have that legal or moral right to do that."OBAMA SAYS HE WILL SEEK AUTHORIZATION FROM CONGRESS ONCE THEY RETURN FROM SUMMER RECESS 3 President Obama is going to Congress to determine whether to have a military response to what's been going on in Syria. This sentiment is coming with a lot of opposition in the syrian american community who would like to see the president choose a different path.Joining us now is Rose Safar, she is with the Syrian Youth Group of Jacksonville. QUESTIONS:What are some alternatives to a military response?Is the majority of Syrian-American sentiment against a military response?If the US doesn't response?If the US doesn't respond what happens in Syria?If the Assad regime stays in power is there stability? Or has this whole ordeal rocked that?There are reports the Syrian military is ready to respond to any military reaction. What do you take from that? 3 3 3 The world watched in horror as men, women and children were massacred in syria in the worst chemical weapons attack of the 21st century.