What’s happening in Syria?

The Relation between Syria and United States are the bilateral relations that often been tense. Issues between the two include the Arab and Israeli conflict, Gloan Heights annexation, the Iraq War and the Syrian civil War. In Global Leadership Report, a poll has been conducted during the Syrian civil war where 29% of Syrians approve of U.S leadership with 40% disapprove and 31% are uncertain.

Syrian civil war began on 15th March 2011, with popular demonstrations that grew nationwide by April 2011. The protest movement is for the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad, demanding the end of Ba'ath Party rule. It is the part of the broader Middle Eastern protest moment that is worldwide known as the Arab Spring. The term Arab Spring is the revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests that are both violent and non-violent started in Arab world on 18th December 2010.

They have some another way of protests that includes continuous campaigns involving strikes, demonstrations, marches, and rallies. Besides of this, they are also using social media to organize, communicate, and raise awareness in the face of state attempts at repression and Internet censoring. The use of Syria map in this as well many other contexts have been used widely. Syria has become the hot news for everyone and it is covered by almost all the channels in different countries.

Arab Spring

Syrian Army was spread to crush the uprising and soldiers fired on demonstrators across the country in April 2011. The Syrian government is then preserved by military support from Russia and Iran while Qatar and Saudi Arabia transfer weapons to the rebels. Furthermore in July 2013 the Syrian government controls around 60 percent of the Syrian population. The Arab League, European Union, United States and other countries condemned the use of violence against the protest. And then the Arab league has suspended Syrian’s membership because of the responses of government.

All the events and happenings of the Syria and linked countries can be showcase via map. This is the biggest support of presenting the subject. Syria country PPT map are found easily on Internet and modified according to the need. With the help of these operable maps, the locations and regions can easily be Pinpointing. All the latest activities and coldest areas can be highlighted by using the different icons and images. As per the current news and sources, according to the U.N in June 2013, the death toll surpasses 100,000. Around 83,260 and 110,370 people have been killed of which about half were civilians. Combatants consisting of both the Syrian Army and rebel forces including 67,700 armed and up to 1,000 opposition protesters and 1,000 government officials. International organizations have blamed the opposition and government of serious human right violations. As per the UN investigations report they have been concluded that the government's abuses are the greatest in gravity and frequency.

Syria Maps

Again in 21st August 2013, a chemical weapons attack in a rebel-held suburb of the Syrian capital of Damascus. The United States is thinking of launching a punitive strike against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad. According to the U.S government, this is called a "high confidence". Collected evidence proves that Syria's government carried out a chemical weapons attack and killed 1,429 people that include 426 children. Number of killed and injured people are significantly higher than what Syrian activists and aid workers have reported from Syria. Publicly available videos and other evidence are presenting the actual story of Syria. Syria PowerPoint map is the good source of delivering the actual information about the existing condition of Syria in front of the World.


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