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    Syria War Crimes Rough Draft To understand why Syria is in such bad shape, we have to understand what caused the civil war in the first place. What happened in Syria to motivate the citizens to rebel against their government? First we have to understand the makeup of Syria and its citizens. As of July 2013 Syria has a population of 22,457,336. Syria is a very divided country ethnically and religiously. 74% of the population is Sunni Muslim, 16% is other Muslims such as Alawite and Druze. The last

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    As violence continues to shatter Syria, the international community has yet to find a way to resolve the civil war. The rebels want to liberate themselves from the forty year regime of the Assad family. With the help of Hezbollah and Iran, Assad has been able to stay in office and isn’t holding back when it comes to fighting off the rebels. The rebels continue to fight back and will not stop until they liberate themselves. The international community has not stepped in to help the rebels get rid

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    After four hundred years of indecisive Ottoman rule, and three decades fighting the mandate of the French, the many diverse peoples of Syria finally could call Syria their own. Yet, independence was not synonymous with peace. Without a common enemy, the Syrian people remembered their differences and began to squabble amongst themselves. Even now, seven decades after the formation of the Syrian Arab Republic, peace is yet but a far-flung dream. In June of 2000, then-President Hafez al-Assad, of the

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    Imagine a country covered in ruins where pain-filled screams fill the air and piles of corpses litter the ground. This doesn’t sound like reality, but this terror is ruining many lives in Syria. Many live in poverty, while most Americans live the “American Dream” of having a nice house, clothes, and food to eat. Many kids now a days ask for things very bluntly, and usually get whatever they demand. A Syrian child could ask for a clean drop of water, and not get their demand filled for days. Most

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    Teachers in Syria

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    The United Nations (UN) has estimated that the two and a half year long Civil War in Syria has lead to more than one hundred thousand deaths in the region. The continued conflict in Syria has caused the UN to stop updating the death toll in Syria because they have found that information from Syria and the surrounding region is no longer verifiable (UNCHR, 2014). The UN’s Refugee Agency (UNCHR) (2014) has noted that 2.4 million Syrians have registered as refugees, but they estimate that there are

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    Involvement in Syria

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    unfortunately each time a small group of protesters that try to make a difference, they just get some type punishment in return. Another example is Syria, which has a history with major human rights violations, is going through a civil war. When governments like Syria which was formerly a unitary government takes control over people lives, the citizens of Syria demand some type of equality. In a realistic perspective, how does one person have control of another person’s life, when we are all humans? The

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    Intervention in Syria

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    Whether we intervene in Syria is debated in the United States. Also, there is also a debate about whether we should intervene in Syria militarily or economically, but it is not easy to determine which is right. Economical intervention It is recommended to intervene in Syria economically because Bashar al-Assad is violent that such a leader has to be removed from office. Al-Assad’s army exercised extreme violence such as making a ‘game’ for the snipers to play. When there is an attack on the rebel

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    powerful kingdom that could run for a longer time, and names markup the history is almost every human’s wish. Lives, money and so many other precious things have been put into use to save kingdoms. One such example of ruling the kingdom is in that of Syria. The Asad family is running the kingdom since decades, four decades indeed. The king runs a rule of law, modified by him for him, and his powerful allies. Now that the Syrians have had much of the brutalities and sufferings from the king’s government

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    analyze the situation going on in Syria. I will look at the political situation, the history of Syria’s leaders, decisions made in Syria by its leaders, and study the current situation related to public opinion, international opinion, and the actions of the current President Bashar al-Assad. President Bashar al-Assad is the current president of Syria. Prior to Bashar al-Assad gaining power in Syria, his father Hafez al-Assad, was the president. His father ruled Syria for over 30 years. Before his

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    Sources The war started in March when they attacked 15 school children that wrote graffiti on the wall in Syria. The government and president Assad didn’t approve and he captured them and held them hostage and tortured them. The people of Syria wanted to have peaceful protest and not fight however the government didn’t approved and killed people. Also when they were mourning the 4 people that had died the government killed one more person. This threw the country into chaos because they were upset

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