Syria

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Syria

2013

2013 Ending?In conclusion to the arab spring in Syria, there are still, many problems to solve. The people of Syria are decreasing and is currently relocating. Not only are the Syrians moving away and calming down, but the neighboring countries are still wondering when the arab spring will end. It was concluded to have ended on November 2013, but due to many deaths and post wars, there are many things to corrrect before settling things. The post wars on the chemical weapons done by Syria, actually turned bloody, so now all the fighting for justice and freedom, has now flourished to a whole new level. Wheather or not Syria is out of arab spring, it is still yet to be determine because there is really no end to the arab spring.

Arab Spring(a series of anti-government protests, uprisings and armed rebellions that spread across the Middle East in early 2011)Arab spring has been spreading throughout the Middle East affecting many countries such as Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Yemen, Bahraing, and Syria. Throughout the Arab Spring, Syria was much more than another country. Syria's involvement of the Arab Spring took place on March 15th, 2011 and has still continued till today. As the result of Syria's involvement with the arab spring due to lack of government control, country partnership and lack of self-confidence, which led the country to a battle feild that searched for justice and integrity.

Syria(Sound Included)

Syria, AsiaThe results of Arab Spring that left destruction, deaths and individual loss.

The average estimated death before the results of the Arab Spring movement that affected all the countires before many lives were lost and taken.

Works Citedhttp://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/2012/08/syria-timeline.html (A)http://www.thesamosa.co.uk/2012/02/08/syria-we-are-getting-slaughtered-save-us/ (B)http://www.economist.com/blogs/dailychart/2011/07/arab-spring-death-toll (C)http://www.activistpost.com/2012/08/syria-turning-back-clock-on-arab-spring.html (D)Aritcle Nov. 25.2013 (E)http://www.2facts.com/icof_story.aspx?PIN=i1800390&term=Syria http://geographicalimaginations.com/category/arab-spring/ (F)VIDEOhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ihr-NjdyHG0&list=PLzkvguu3pHni-tTQTR1KVdKMBKFNgmKX_&index=30

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2012

Hundreds of Syrians marched in Damascus on March 25, 2011, chanting: "Dara'a is Syria" and "We will sacrifice ourselves for Syria."

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The march was just the beginning. It was to protest against the government claiming that the government has failed over and over and is curently killing millions of innocent Syrians. The government must protect it's people, but due to failure leaders and no cooperations, there was no improvement. The people of Syria wants peace and leadership.

After one year of the Arab Spring in Syria, things are still worsening. The people are getting more aggressive, countries getting affected and the deaths of the Syrian people are increasing with high rates of mostly children. The crucial moment has come to question the government and the alliances if they (Syria people) will get justice and freedom.

"On August 21, 2013, the forces of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad reportedly carried out a massive chemical weapons attack in the suburbs of Damascus, Syria's capital, against rebel forces who had been battling the government since 2011." (2)With an estimated of 100,000 Syrian Deaths and an estimation of 1,400 died during the attack

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