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Syrian Civil WAR!!!!!

Posted by Kumar Satya
March 9, 2018

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Syrian Civil War

For the people who don’t have much idea about the Civil war, I am sharing the facts and research that was done and the concised information is shared.

Syria’s bloody civil war, which has killed over 220, 000 individuals and uprooted millions, started from the year 2011 because of the battle between Bashar al Assad’s government and precisely the rebels struggling to overthrow him with numerous foreign forces backing every side. The development of ISIS, a brand-new destabilizing force opposed to the two Assad and the rebels, complicated the image considerably and spread the battle into neighboring Iraq. Now, the entrance of Russian airpower will scramble a battle already defined by perplexing and overlapping alliances and rivalries. A lot of the forces involved with the battle have found themselves on the exact same side as states they’re generally at odds with, and vice-versa.

The chart below, an upgrade of the Middle East Friendship Chart in last year, gives a look at whos fighting in the dizzyingly intricate and brutal war.1 – Syrian Authorities – Syrian Rebels – ISIS – Jabhat al Nusra – Kurds – U.S. And Allies – Iraq – Iran and Hezbollah – Russia – Saudi Arabia, Gulf States – Turkey – Syrian Authorities – Syrian Rebels – ISIS – Jabhat al Nusra – Kurds – U.S. And Allies – Iraq – Iran and Hezbollah – Russia – Saudi Arabia, Gulf States – Turkey – . Some actors in the battle have been grouped together into broad categories for precisely the sake of simplicity and readability, which does not imply they’re entirely unified: The rebels are a diffuse and fractious array of armed groups using a wide range of ideologies and aims, the two religious and secular. Saudi Arabia and precisely the other Gulf states involved with precisely the conflict mainly Qatar, precisely the United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait don’t always see eye to eye. Neither do the nations like France, Canada, Australia, Britain, Jordan, and many others who’re participating in the U.S.-led military intervention against ISIS. The Kurds include precisely the Kurdish Regional Government, which administers a semi-autonomous region in Iraq, as well as allied, but separate YPG rebel group at Syria and precisely the PKK, which fights in Turkey.

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