b. How did the government respond? The government cracked down on the protesters and killed six protesters and injured many more. The protesters demanded the resignation of the mayor and the security police leader. The police later responded to the protests by opening fire on the crowd.
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.
They claimed they had evidence that chemical weapons were being produced there. This information was later proven to be false. At least 20 people were killed in these attacks with the exception of their main target who was Bin Laden. In response to these U.S. strikes, many Muslim nations started protesting, but that did not stop our retaliation. It wasn’t until about 13 years later that he was brought to justice.
The birth rate per one thousand people is only close to twenty four children. Economy Syria's as stated per the stated department, is mainly built off the exportation o... ... middle of paper ... ... extreme tactics to try and remove people by force. They used tanks, fired at their own citizens, and even cut off food and water. “The south Syrian flashpoint town of Deraa has been hit by fresh shelling and heavy gunfire... The army has been firing at protesters in neighborhoods in Deraa's old town and at least four houses in the Karak neighborhood have been damaged by shelling...
This attack occurred due to a mixture of both diesel fuel and fertilizer in the powerful bomb. As will become evident the Oklahoma City bombing resulted in panic worldwide, increased security, government legislations and injuries that will impede the lives of hundreds for years to come. Shortly after the bombing occurred the investigation commenced with hundreds of people rummaging through the collapsed establishment looking for survivors. Many authors suggest that McVeigh and his accomplices, Terry Nichols and Micheal Fortier left many pieces of evidence behind which led to their fast discovery. McVeigh was convicted of murder and received the death penalty by lethal injection on June 11, 2001.
Four Phalangists were killed during an attempted assassination of Jumayyil. The Phalangists were conviinced that the attack was from the Palestinians and a few days later, a bus full of Palestinian passengers was attacked and 26 were killed. The city of Beirut was in chaos when all the fighting began. the first incident turned into all-out war. Despite the desperate attention that was needed in Beirut, the government was unable to do anything.
In late 2013 U.S. intelligence Service reporters claimed that chemical weapons have been used in Syria. In addition, during the civil war many innocent people died. Both the rebels and the government caused much destruction in Syria because of their feud. U.S. intelligence services sent reporters to Syria to collect evidence as to whether chemical weapons had been used or not. This issue was addressed by the foreign policy editor Noah Shachtman in his article “Exclusive: Intercepted Calls Prove Syrian Army Used Nerve Gas, U.S.
They see the library as a horrible memory since ten of the students were killed and that’s where the boys committed suicide (Library Approval Delayed). This entire event got worse and worse as I read into it. Before now I never knew what was written in the suicide notes that they had written, but now that I do it’s really unbelievable that a human could think up such a thing and actually do it. It’s one thing to think about doing it, but strictly another going through with something so gruesome. I believe all of us feel left out sometimes, or maybe just seeing everything go wrong from them and that everyone’s against them, but I don’t see it in anyone to take that hated to these extremes.
After several days of protesting things got out of control, leading to the death of four college students and the injury of nine others. The outcomes of Kent state shooting, otherwise known as the May 4 Massacre, went beyond those who physically suffered. The accidents on campus reformed the way millions of Americans though about the war in Vietnam and the anti-war movement. Most students, across the universities and campuses of America, were heavily against the growth of war into Cambodia. It is almost certain that the death of the four students and wounding of nine others ignited revolution across the nation’s universities, colleges and high schools.
By July 2011, firsthand accounts emerged from witnesses, victims, and the media that government forces had subjected innocent civilians to detention, torture, and the use of heavy weaponry. The Syrian people were also subjected to the Shabiha, a largely armed state sponsored militia fighting with security forces. Al-Assad continually denied responsibility to these crimes and placed blame on the armed groups and terrorists for these actions. As violence heightened the lack of assistance from the United Nations, Non-governmental organizations, and humanitarian groups caused severe shortages of food, water and healthcare within Syria. Opponents of the Assad regime began to surface creating several opposition groups such as the Syrian National Council and the Free Syrian Army.