Panama City pediatrician Dr. Yahia Rahim visits Syria every couple months to treat children and visit his home-country.
He says what he sees devastates him, "I see children dropping dead left and right by snipers."
America has seen footage of an alleged sarin gas attack released by the US government.
In fact, President Obama is requesting members of Congress watch it before deciding on a military strike.
Representative Steve Southerland flew into Washington DC this afternoon for his debriefing, around the same time his supporters gathered in Panama City.
Protestor Robert Gilmore says, "To say thank you to the congressman and the senators that have come out against attacking Syria."
Protestor Susan Hettick agrees, "There's no justification, I don't think, for making military strikes. It's just going to make people madder at us."
Protestor Steve Imhof says, "Instead of doing that, I am passionate about looking for alternatives, to build a coalition of nations, not go in there ourselves and look like a bully again."
But Dr. Rahim says the crisis in Syria demands US help.
"I am against the war but at the same time we are not going to, we are going to finish a war. We're going to stop the killing of children. One of my friends called me from inside Syria, from inside the area where the chemical weapon was used. He said in my hand, fifty children died within the last hour. He was crying when he talked to me."
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has announced he's prepared to retaliate if US launches any military action.
Dr. Yahia Rahim is planning his next trip to Syria within the next few weeks.