This video from the USA says about itself:
7 April 2017
Police arrested at least two anti-war activists in New York City, Friday, as the demonstrators marched to protest US President Donald Trump-ordered airstrikes on Al-Shayrat Airbase in Syria.
On Friday the Al-Shayrat Airbase was the target of a US Tomahawk missile strike ordered by US President Donald Trump. Trump said the attack was a direct response to Tuesday’s alleged chemical weapons attack in Khan Sheikhoun near Idlib for which he holds Syrian President Bashar al-Assad responsible.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Trump’s bombs set off fury across US
Monday 10th April 2017
Protests held after president ratchets up the tension on Syria
PROTESTS erupted across the United States and beyond over the weekend against President Donald Trump’s bombing of a Syrian air base.
Thursday night’s strike on the Shayrat airfield, which Syria says killed nine people, was allegedly a response to a chemical weapons attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun which Washington says was carried out by Syrian government forces. Damascus denies the charge.
Emergency rallies for peace took place in more than a dozen cities from Friday night onwards, many organised by the Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (Answer) coalition which is campaigning against a US attack on Syria.
The strike marks a shift in priorities for the Trump administration, which had previously suggested it was more concerned with defeating the Isis death cult than overthrowing the Bashar al-Assad government.
It prompted calls for greater intervention — including by Turkey, which demanded the creation of no-fly zones.
“No-fly zones are often packaged and sold to the public as a humanitarian measure,” a statement from Answer argued, but “in fact, a no-fly zone is a prelude to a war, and involves extensive bombing to cripple the targeted country’s ability to control its own airspace.”
No-fly zones in Libya during that country’s 2011 war were used to bomb the Libyan military
At an anti-war demo in Newark, New Jersey, organiser Bob Witanek slammed Washington’s self-appointed role as judge, jury and executioner in Syria.
“We are not in a place to say we are the arbiter of what is horrendous, when every other day there is an article about civilians being killed by an [United States] air strike or a drone strike,” he said.
New Jersey Peace Action executive director Madelyn Hoffman asked: “Is this going to trigger World War III and how do you pull the dogs of war back once you have unleashed them?”