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    and government is President Bashar al-Assad who belongs to Syria’s Alawite minority, a Shiite Muslim offshoot. A majority of Syria’s antigovernment protestors and oppositions groups are Sunni Islam, and would like the Assad regime to come out of power due to his dictatorial practices. President Bashar al-Assad came into rule when his brother Bassel al-Assad was killed in an automobile accident. Bassel was originally designated to rule after the death of his father Hafez al-Assad’s, who was the Syrian

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    weapons of mass destruction. It was primarily implemented through negative reinforcement, such as economic, trade, and military sanctions. Although Syrian forces eventually withdrew from ... ... middle of paper ... ...on that slowly ousts Bashar al-Assad, and creating a framework for a democratic form of government to replace the current autocracy, the U.S stands to gain control over the most geographically superior country in the Middle East. In doing so, the U.S would acquire the ability to

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    Syria is a country that is currently going through an uprising. The Bashar al-Assad regime and Ba’ath government are imparting a strong front while being shattered from multiple opposition groups; and terrorist organizations in country and high-ranking officials from around the world. Their economy, population, and relations with nations around the world is being affected by the everyday events occurring in their country. Syria has gone through many adversities as a country and to this day struggles

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    The Syrian Civil War and Debacle

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    Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad. The peaceful protests of the rebel forces were answered with a brutal response from the government. This caused a violent reaction and sent the country of Syria into a full on civil war. The problem is the constant fighting between Assad’s forces and the rebel forces. The cause is President Bashar al-Assad has power of Syria and the solution is to find a peaceful resolution and end the civil war. The problem in Syria is that President Bashar al-Assad wants to stay in

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    Chemical Weapons

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    2013. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. "Hello, World!" Syrian Refugees. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Dec. 2013 Kordunsky, Anna. "Why Are Chemical Weapon Attacks Different?" National Geographic. National Geographic Society, 28 Aug. 2013. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. "Obama Calls on Assad to Step Down, Imposes New Sanctions." Fox News. FOX News Network, n.d. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. "Syria Destroys All Chemical Production Equipment, Weapons Watchdog Says." NBC News. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. "Syria Chemical Attack: What We Know." BBC

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    of war and protest, it is still unclear on who is fighting whom. But it is clear who the major groups are, the F.S.A (Free Syrian Army), Al Qaida Inspired groups, Islamist groups, Kurdish fighters, and the Syrian government. So why should Americans be concerned with what is going on with Syria? The two main concerns we should have are Al Qaida and oil prices. Al Qaida would love to have another broken Middle Eastern country to operate in, and violence in Syria could potentially hurt the prices we

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    Exploring the Syrian Conflict

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    population and its' teachings were brought by Al Khasibi to Syria in the second part of the tenth century. They are mostly found in the mountainous part on the Mediterranean coast in the country's west. Also, they are known to be in the central province of Homs and in the capital Damascus mixed with the Sunni's population (Manfreda, Primoz). This minority has provided Syria's rules for nearly two decades, Hafiz Al Assad from 1970 to 2000 then Bashar Al Assad, his son, took over after his father's death

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    Country Questions FREAS 1. History of the protests a. When did the protests begin? Why did they begin? The protests began 15 March 2011. The president of syria, Bashar Assad, boasted that a revolution would never happen in his country, unlike Syria’s near by neighbors Egypt and Tunisia. President Bashar Assad was wrong however. His country was affected by the ever spreading Arab Spring/Uprising. b. How did the government respond? The government cracked down on the protesters

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    The Syrian Civil War, commonly referred to as the Syrian Uprising, is more than just the Assad Regime against the Free Syrian Army. It is a complex war of uprising against the Bashar al-Assad government, sectarian conflict, and outside country involvement. Overthrowing the Assad Regime in Syria would create more problems than there already are. Sectarian conflict has been part of the Middle East since the passing of Prophet Muhammad in the seventh century. The Syrian Civil War has opened up the sectarian

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    Genocide or Not

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    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. After Assad crossed the ‘red line’, meaning he had used chemical

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