Welsh charities and members of the Syrian community in Wales have made a desperate plea to politicians to avoid a military intervention in their country.
They've spoken out as MPs discuss the principle of military action after the apparent use of chemical weapons led to hundreds of deaths in Damascus.
Ian Lang has been speaking to one Welsh - Syrian family who live in Llandudno.
Labour will vote against the Government's motion on the principle of military intervention in Syria, a senior party source told the Press Association.
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Welsh MPs return to Parliament today to discuss a UK response to the situation in Syria.
An emergency debate has been called but no vote on military action will be taken today. Welsh charity Oxfam Cymru says if military action does happen, it will make the situation worse.