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    Wars and arguments between people have been happening for years now, and they are only going to continue from here on out. This being said, the Syrian war is an example of a war that has been going on for so long, and it is starting to get out of hand. First, this war has become very spread over the past 4 and a half years. According to an article published on BBC news, several million people have migrated to other places outside of Syria, and hundreds of thousands have been left dead after long periods of fighting. Moreover, what started out as just some small protests has led to a full-fledged war, which is still going today. The Syrians who follow President Bashar al-Assad, and those who choose to go against his ways still battle each other…

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    world today. There is a civil war in Syria, the terrorization of ISIS, and mass starvation in North Korea. The leaders of these crimes need to be brought to justice. The President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, is one of the main reasons for Syria’s civil war. He has broken Convention IV of the Geneva Conventions, which, “prohibits attacks on civilian hospitals, medical transports, etc.” and the use of chemical weapons, another prohibition. Assad also conducts war crimes (torture and other in…

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    The mounting civilian casualties in Syria and the displacement of over 6 million Syrians –with prospects of both more casualties and more displacement – make this the most daunting humanitarian crisis facing the world today. Syria is a West Asian country, a region in which the Muslim populace predominates. The problems in Syria began in 2011 as a peaceful protest but quickly rose into an armed civil conflict which has cost the lives of 100,000 people and forced over two million to flee to the…

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    45 years of silence. The Syrian people lived that long, controlled by the stern Assad regime. Under a dictatorial rule, they lived 45 years under oppression and fear. The fear of reclaiming their right to the freedom from the Assad dictatorship. After long overdue, the tyrannized people of Syria broke their silence on the 15th of March 2011, setting in motion a series of mass protests denouncing the authoritarian system. Emerging first on Syrian grounds and spreading out across the Middle East,…

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    thus fighting them at times. This causes much confusion and makes it difficult to decide who the real enemy is. The United States and Russia both play large roles in the civil war going on. Russia sees the Assad Regime as the legitimate power of the state. Russia’s tactics to end the war is to aide the regime with military support. Bombings of Free Syrian Army grounds has been the strongest impact the Russians have had on the war. This ideology is contrary to the United States view of the war.…

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    believe Syrian refugees should be allowed into the United States with contingencies and proper screening. Syrian refugees are trying to escape Syria, which has had many wars and terrorist problems. More than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives over 4 and a half years of armed conflict from an anti-government protest to a full scale civil war. Some Syrian refugees have begun fighting back against terrorism and the government of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad who considers Syrian rebels as…

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    Syrian Civil War

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    Civil War is a multi-sided armed conflict in Syria. The war started in 2011 after President Bashar al-Assad’s government violently restrained protestors requesting his removal. Many countries including the US have tried to intervene. Since then the Syrian government has refused efforts to negotiate with these “terrorist groups.” There were 90,000 casualties by June 2013 and 250,000 as of April 2015. This war isn’t just a battle between those for and against the Syrian president, it has escalated…

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    Immigrants usually migrate looking for better. “Latino immigrants come from Mexico, Central America, South America, And Island in the Caribbean. A few of the motiving factors that bring Hispanic immigrants to the united states include a lack of resources and opportunity in their home countries, abuse of their government, extreme poverty, even the search for adventure.”(Source E). In such extreme cases we should welcome them with open arms. Like for example the refugees in Syria “Their homes and…

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    Syrian Democracy

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    In March 2011, a pro-democracy protest broke out when some teenagers were arrested and beaten up for drawing a “revolutionary slogan” in a city of Syria. The protest did not stop since then, and pro-democracy people made effort to make their president Bashar al-Assad step down out of dictatorship. Their protest failed every time as the President Bashar al-Assad crushed all those who opposed to his ruling. He sent tanks with trained men to kill the people who did not agree with him. President…

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    For example, how the Syrian Civil War is being compromised. This civil war all started with the need of being more powerful, like how President Bashar al-Assad had used chemical weapons against the opposition. President Assad’s decision was against international agreements and the Syrian government called it a use of outrage. A second peace conference was called in Geneva, to discuss the decision to arm the rebels or to strip Assad from his remaining power. Even having the conference for the…

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