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    Remain In Syria

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    Questioning Identities, Unnecessary Deaths Syrian Governmental Problems and Refugees: In “For Those Who Remain in Syria, Daily Life is a Nightmare” (2015), Maher Samaan asserts that the Syrian government is creating more chaos for their country than the actual insurgent groups are. Samaan illustrates his view of the Syrian government (they are doing a terrible job of keeping their citizens safe) by citing statistics that illuminate how the governmental air strikes are causing significantly more deaths

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    Genocide In Syria

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    Genocide in Syria, The Religion conflicts between Syrian and The regime of Assad In eyes of the world, as well as a large part of the Arab world, Bashar al-Assad is portrayed as a ruthless dictator. Almost nobody seems to consider the motives of the Syrian president. What few know is that Assad enjoys significant support from both his Alawite people and other minority groups. The Alawites and other minorities have little choice; Syrian rebels and Islamist terror groups could win the war or sign their

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    The Wounds In Syria

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    In Syria there is a war going on, and had been going on for over 5 years. Many people have fled and 400,000 people have been killed. There is this organization called the white helmets and they are designed to save and help people when a bomb hits. Although many have fled , the ones who stayed back rely on this group of white helmets to help them if they ever get injured or trapped because of a bomb. Many of the people that are getting targeted are women and children and they are innocent people

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    Outline Land between Empires. Since early history, Syria experienced Colonization, invasion and occupations. The history dictated the path that took Syria from early 1900 to the present. Below is an outline of this paper 1. Breeze to Syria History. a. A brief introduction to the cultural paper. b. Understating why we need to mention the history. 2. Political. a. From the early 1900 to the present b. Parties and event that unfolded the present Syria. c. Government 3. Military. a. Man Power b. Ground

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    Syria Essay

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    Syria is a Middle Eastern country located on the Mediterranean Sea, bordered by Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Israel, and Lebanon. To people in the West, Syria is most likely known for violence, terrorism, and conflict because that is what the media portrays. However, it is one of the oldest inhabited regions in the world and is rich with culture and history. From Bible references noting, “The road to Damascus” to Ottoman control in 1516 to Bashar al-Assad taking control in 2000, Syria has seen periods of

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    Genocide In Syria

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    Over the last few years, the Middle Eastern nation of Syria has been the location of a brutal, nationwide conflict. Governed for the last fifteen years by the Syrian dictator, President Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian people began an armed rebellion against the oppressive regime during the spring of 2011. For four years, the bloody conflict has waged between pro-Assad forces, and various factions of rebel groups. In 2013, pro-Assad forces deployed rockets with chemical warheads into rebel controlled

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    people have died in Syria due to the horrendous civil war occuring in the country. Something really needs to be done to help the innocent citizens of Syria survive and to start a new, war-free lifestyle. In my opinion, the United States should choose to continue to aid the citizens of Syria, and also try to stop the issue by using a combination of Option 1: Use the U.S. Military in Syria, and Option 2: Stop the Humanitarian Disaster. Together this plan would help the citizens of Syria, use force to stop

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    Taking a Look at Syria

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    Syria which formerly was called Al Sham or Levant is located in Western Asia. This country has borders with Turkey to the north Iraq to the east Jordan to the south Israel to the south east and Lebanon and Mediterranean Sea to the west. Before 1516 Syria was part of Mamluk Empire centered in Egypt. In 1516 the Ottoman Sultan, Selim, conquered Syria, after defeating the Mamluk near Aleppo in Northern Syria. After sometimes he changed the whole Syria into one Eyalat named Sam (Syria). During the

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    Pros And Cons Of Syria

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    the US and Syria. But even when the relationship between the two was very hostile, the United States view on the policy toward Syria within regard to the coexisting Arab-Israeli conflict has remained consistent. The United States endorses United Nations Security Council Resolution 242, which would allow for the return of the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights to Syrian control. Syria has often criticized the United States policy in the Middle East, however, they do have some pros. Syria has been willing

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    Syria Conflict Essay

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    Jordan to the South, and Israel to the Southwest. In March 2011, the Syria conflict has begun due to various reasons and is still going on today. This outbreak is one of the key factors which resulted the Arab Spring (Arab Uprising). Arab Spring refers to the democratic uprisings that arose independently and spread across the Arab world in 2011. The protest originated in Tunisia in December 2010 and quickly took hold in Egypt, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan. In these countries,

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