A man from the West Country is preparing to drive to Syria for the fourth time, to do all he can to help the people of the war torn Country.
Ousama Fadel and his small team of volunteers spent Monday morning filling up an old NHS ambulance that he had bought for his mercy missions to the Middle East.
Mr Fadel was born in Syria but has lived in the West Country for the last 25 years.
He said among the load are gas masks in anticipation of another potential chemical attack:
The Conservative MP for Central Devon Mel Stride has said it is likely he will support the Government position during the Commons' debate on Thursday but he wishes to take part in the discussion and hear from other MPs first.
The Conservative MP for Tiverton and Honiton Neil Parish said he will listen to the debate and is 90 percent likely to support the Government's response to claims that the Syrian regime used poison gas on its people.
Mr Parish said; "We are not putting in any ground forces and the bombing is restricted to Military chemical weapons. I am not filled with enthusiasm but I agree that action is needed because of Assad's use of Chemical weapons."
The Conservative MP for South West Devon Gary Streeter has told ITV News West Country he will support a limited missile strike but definitely not troops on the ground or involvement in the civil war.
The 2,000 flags can be seen from a long distance for miles.
The best vantage point is from the westbound of the A30 in Cornwall by the Jamaica Inn in Bolventor in Launceston.
The installation is to promote Oxfam's work in Syria where the charity is providing water and sanitation facilities to thousands of refugees in Jordan and Lebanon.
Two Cornish artists have planted 2,000 flags to show their support for Syrian refugees living on the borders in Jordan and Lebanon.
Caroline Cleave from Port Issac and Franca Westaway from Bude created the installation in the early hours of Wednesday.
The pair of artists have made the red fabric flags by hand.