Essays on Syria

Threat of Terrorist Organizations
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With the endless number of attacks from the Assad Regime and the threat of terrorist organizations such as ISIS, Syrian refugees have experienced a disturbing amount of bloodshed and continue to as the Syrian crisis has only worsened. Now that outside nations such as Russia and the US have intervened, either backing Assad himself or using airstrikes to mitigate the terrorist threat, refugees have been caught in the middle. Jordan’s priority must be to stop the airstrikes and bombings perpetrated…...
Saint Ephraim the Syrian
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Saint Ephraim the Syrian is a doctor of the church and came to be a great influence on future generations. As a boy, everyone could have expected him to amount to anything but a holy man. Ephraim was the author of a large sum of religious texts and hymns. He also “used Syriac-language verse as a means to explain and popularize theological truths” (St. Ephrem, CNA). St. Ephraim was a kind-hearted man who empathized with the poor and sick. He…...
The Civil War in Syria and the Biggest Refugee Crisis
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On September 2nd, 2015, a Turkish police officer discovered the body of two-year-old Alan Kurdi washed up on a shore. Alan was on a boat that sank on its way to the Greek island of Kos. This boat was carrying Syrian refugees. Photos of the boy were gruesome and shocking. It was on the front page of newspapers all around the world. The New York Times said that these photos “put a human face on the refugee crisis.” Unfortunately, this…...
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War Crimes
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War is known as the armed conflict between countries, states, governments, and informal groups which is solely created by varying focuses of interest of political, social, and economic visions. It started with the wars based on the differences in religions in, the mid-17th century, and then wars were fought for the interests of individual sovereigns such as the French Revolution, World War l, and World War ll, which opened the gate to weapons of mass destruction. War is seen as…...
The War, which Began as a Peaceful Protest
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What started as a peaceful protest against Middle Eastern dictators seven years ago, has now developed into one of the most brutal conflicts in the world. The presidents of Egypt and Tunisia were successfully forced to resign from their position after the Arab Spring in 2011. These events led pro-democratic Syrians to believe that they could come to the same outcome and have their president, Bashar al-Assad resign from his position. It was at that time that a few teenage…...
Syria’s Path from the Uprising to the War
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Civil wars are not a new twenty-first-century invention. Tribes, religious communities, and political groups all around the world have been fighting for thousands of years. But, the world has never seen an internal conflict like Syria’s. Over the past eight years, the Syrian civil war has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. Men, women, and children have all perished in droves due to the ruthless strategies and tactics used in this conflict. I chose to educate myself on this topic…...
Marota City Restoration
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Marota City, in Damascus, Syria, a new city represents an example of upcoming post-conflict urban regeneration. In a country were more than 1.7 million homes are destroyed or damaged, 6.3 million people are internally displaced and a further 5 million are out of the country. It is a reconstruction on land where more than 50 thousand people once lived. The city covers an area of 2,149,000㎡ and is being built over a south-western neighbourhood called Basateen Al-Razi that grew up…...
My Experience in Syrian Civil War
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My name is Sana, meaning brightness and radiance. Me and my family are from the city of Aleppo in Syria, which has a population of 1,602,264 peoples. We have traveled over 1,500 miles to go from our home in Aleppo to Europe. My family has 6 family members including me, which means it’ll be harder for us to get places. There's my two little brothers, me, a little sister and my mother and father. Life in Aleppo right now is…...
International Law
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The following sample essay on "International Law": why has international law found it difficult to find a resolution to the Syrian conflict. In 2018, Russian and Iran supported Syrian government to recapture areas in eastern Ghouta in Damascus countryside and Daraa governorate. Syrian government used different methods to make anti-groups in these areas to surrender. In Syrian conflict for a particular time chemical attacks were taken place, the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) was authorized to attribute…...
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President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan has completed 14 national
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The following sample essay on Recep Tayyip Erdogan: how did he manage to be the longest-standing leader, his politic and ambitions. President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has completed 14 national and local elections during his 17 year rule thus far. This makes him the longest-standing leader in the 95-year old republic. During his time as Prime Minister of Turkey he encountered a large amount of criticism from his opposing parties for his reforms both inside and out of his…...
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The War, which Began as a Peaceful Protest
...Despite the recent events imposed upon Syria, acts of violence are not guaranteed to resolve anything, nor is it the only thing that the United States can do to help those in danger. It simply does not make any sense for such a powerful nation to rel...
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