The media has shown how he is killing his own people for power. The struggle for power is killing the people of Iraq, but it is not their own government who is fighting for this power, it is the only remaining world super power, the United States of America, fighting constantly to hold on to its domination. It is a ritual of the United States to stop any country from taking our power. The government will destroy any way of life that may take away from the policy of democratic promotion, for the US is the model of such a way of life. If that role was threatened then their power would be threatened.
And the government in other regions of the worlds, such as the Middle East, and countries that don't have a democratic government. These reasons are important for keeping our democratic government stable, and preserving it. The first indication of why our rights can help stabilize the government is due to the fact that without a certain right, it may show our government as corrupt, and from there it could lead to the fall of our government. Rights such as freedom to express yourself, freedom to worship as you wish, and freedom to pursue life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness can be important to set the role of how the citizens will approach future positions. If these rights were to be revoked from our citizens, this leads into a national problem, for our government, and eventually the downfall of it, as a whole.
Bashar Al-Assad is the current president in Syria and rules as a dictator like his father did before him, but this does not please the Syrian public. The people started peaceful protests in 2011 but the government responded very violently which out broke into civil war. The war has been devastating to many people but it does not seem to be ceasing. With the combined turmoil of the rest of the Middle East, some researchers believe that a massive war could be coming; some even say that Word War 3 is on its way. There appears to be many possible outcomes for the war but it is still very unclear what is to come of Syria as a country when it is all over.
Some poor ruling of the people in the government such as corruption may cause people to overthrow it. The movie is set to a 16th revolution. This movie revolves around the power citizens have on their government and also it touches on total control of the government. V is the main actor in the movie and his aim is to overthrow the existing government. He is ready to die to fight the government and shed some light of the things that those holding position in the government are doing.
The war first began in the early 2011, when Syrian protesters were using nonviolence to free political prisoners and government officials charged in the crowd shooting the protesters. The peaceful rebels resulted in several brutal massacres led by President Bashar al- Assad and his companions. Soon, the Syrian government used a military forces against President Bashar al- Assad’s regime to oppress the reformers. By June 2012, the International Committee declared that Syria is certainly in a civil war. As the years passed, the security forces violated human rights to the largest extent when Assad used chemical weapons in public areas.
Not only was he killing innocent people of neighboring countries but he was hurting his own citizens with chemical weapons. People that have escaped Iraq talked about how under his regime murder, rape, and torture were common among citizens of his country. He stayed in power not through good will or elections, but by force and cruelty. This is not fair for the people that live in Iraq; America must fight to give these people the life they deserve. Saddam refuses to leave power without war.
It was solely based on political stresses as Libyans aspired for the removal of Gaddafi and a new legitimate democracy. The legitimacy of the Canadian intervention in the Libyan conflict will be analyzed by three criteria, which include, the threat of massacre, the support from nations, and the Responsibility to Protect doctrine. First, the threat of extreme terror and massacre was imminent throughout Libya. Although Gaddafi was only a symbolic figurehead for the nation, in reality, he exercised near-total control over considerable government decisions. For forty years, Libyans tolerated Gaddafi’s brutal suppression and senseless killings.
In a political context ideology is; a perspective of the world in which there are a set of values and a plan of action as to how to achieve this and a view of the future of an ideal society. This therefore means, in the context of the question the modern, present day ideology. As I stated before, we must establish what liberalism means. There are two types of liberalism; classic and modern. It could be argued that as one of the major political ideologies in British politics today, liberalism is distinguished between by the importance it attaches to the civil and political rights of individuals as described by Hobhouse.
The government of Iran has acted severely towards Christians, subjecting them to harsh consequences for not turning from their religion, such as prolonged imprisonment and even ex-judicial killings. Despite all of this, many Christians living under these harsh conditions persevere and Christianity still receives new followers. Christianity in Iran has suffered and continues to suffer at the hands of a militant Islamic regime, and although this is nothing new, it receives little publicity in the West, something... ... middle of paper ... ...have apostatized from Islam, and who actively proselytize. For nearly two millennia, starting with the Sassanians in the 2nd century and extending to the current Islamic regime, Christianity has been a main target of the state. In recent decades the Iranian regime has actively attempted to destroy the Church of Iran, and root out all Christianity from their country, but they have desperately failed, as the church continues to grow to this day.
On the other hand, the Free Syrian Army argues that because of the way citizens are treated, they had justified reasons to rebel and fight back. The conflicts occurring in the ever problematic middle east have many solutions, however, none of which are easily attainable or easy to execute. The dictator-like regime of Assad family has been going on for over 40 years and is likely on the decline. The promised economic and social reforms of Bashar al-Assad have largely been a contributing factor to unrest in Syria. Also, the majority of syrian citizens, who are Sunni Arabs, are not represented and treated fairly by the government, which is a contributing factor to the Civil War.