Syria revolution

Incubation Stage.

The people in Syria mainly complained about the lack of democracy human right violations, and the amount of corruption within the Be'ath party.

Symptomatic stage

The fighting spread across other parts of Deraa as rebels fired mortars on government-controlled parts of the province.

The opposition fighters are drawn from both moderate Free Syrian Army groups and members of a newly formed alliance - Tahrir al-Sham.

Al-Qaeda in Iraq saw potential in the chaos and sent fighters into Syria. The group split between what was to become the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and the al-Nusra Front. The two remain enemies, although ISIS now controls almost half of the territory of Syria.

Crisis Stage

About 11 millions Syrians are on the run including some 4.8 millions who have been forced to seek safety in neighboring countries. Inside Syria, more than 6.3 millions people are displaced and 13.5 millions are still in need of humanitarian assistance.Families are struggling to survive inside Syria, or make a new home in neighboring countries. Others are risking their lives on the way to Europe, hoping to find acceptance and opportunity. And harsh winters and hot summers make life as a refugee even more difficult. At times, the effects of the conflict can seem overwhelming.

But one fact is simple: millions of Syrians need our help. According to the U.N., it will take $7.7 billion to meet the urgent needs of the most vulnerable Syrians in 2016.

Covalescence

We are 1,645 days into the Syrian conflict. Half the country's people are on the move, and more than 200,000 have died. ISIS -- more radical than al-Qaeda -- has seized parts of the country's north. Chemical weapons are now often used.

I think that the war will never going to stop

Before and after

Syria has a rich cultural heritage built over 5,000 years. It has a deep and diverse history and its people have a reputation for kindness and tolerance. Syria’s most alluring city, Damascus, has been inhabited for over four thousand years, making it the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the world. The ancient city holds more than 125 monuments from different periods of its history and its name comes from the ancient technique of weaving pattern onto cloth (Damask) where it was once a major centre of textile where merchants travelling on the Silk road would stop and trade in silken cloth.

France Revolution Vs Syrian Civil war

France revolution was caused by many factors and had a large effect on rest of world.

Syrian is a fight for control of syria from the current President, people have been rebelling against the government and have been calling for Bashar's resignation.

similarities: during the revolution both countries wanted the current leader of the nation to resign or leave office, both Syria's president, Bashar al-Assad, and France's king , Louis xv1, were weak leaders better suited for a different job. Louis xv1 lost control of his country and was kiled despite his best efforts at reform. Bashar is still trying to maintain power and create reforms in his rebelling country.

Different: many countries near France decided to take advantage of the distracted country. Right now, countries are debating about how to handle Syria's rebellions, mostly if Basher al-assad should be held responsible for the killing.

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Created with images by quapan - "Twin-Explosion in southeastern Kobane on 8th October 2014" • Kurdishstruggle - "Kurdish YPG Fighters" • World Can't Wait - "U.S. Hands off Syria"

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