This war has led to many cases or violence, rape, and battles for territorial supremacy. These battles continue to escalate because of the civil war of the North and South. Most of the world’s population is unaware of these remarkable numbers because the powerful government which rules Sudan. The government has set out several attacks on the south Sudanese civilians, and they continue to hide the evidence. We should care about Sudan because the people live without freedom of speech, they are in fear of their lives because of the raids run by the government forces, and young girls are being forced into marriage without consequence.
Most of the world is getting upset with the Syrian government for treating the citizens they way they are with no freedom or anything. We should care about Syria because their citizens and being sexually assaulted, tortured, and murdered. There are many human rights violations in Syria but the one we are going to start with is that in Syria they sexual assault their citizens as mentioned in the Human Rights Watch. Sexual assault is having sex with someone that does not want to have the sex, which is also called rape. Th... ... middle of paper ... .... We should care about the Syrian government because they sexually assault, torture, and murder the citizens of Syria.
Syrian Civil War The ongoing civil war in Syria was directly influenced by “Arab Spring” and has very disastrous consequences for most of the possible outcomes. The “Arab Spring” is a revolutionary surge of protests amid many Middle East countries. The general public has revolted against their own government and some of them have successfully forced their ruler from power, which proved to Syrians that change was possible. The revolutionary countries that gave the Syrian public these ideas of change are staying out of their war but there are many other ally countries on either side. 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.
Egypt’s government began to struggle with protestors and civil war earlier in 2011. They were having issues keeping crime rate down and keeping people from protesting against President Morsi because he wasn’t fulfilling the promises he made. To help control these conflicts, police were given live ammunition and were told to keep the protests at bay (Abi-Habib). Police were seen shooting into crowds of protestors and used tear gas... ... middle of paper ... ...led the Nile. But lately they have been having issues with keeping everything together as a country.