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Syria is an Arabian country in the Middle East. Its capital is Damascus, also known as the oldest capital in human history.
About 50 miles in a straight line, and around 150 miles travelled by car.
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Answer Sharia law is not practised in Syria it is Secular to some extent.
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They wear the same clothes worn in Europe and the United States. Very few Muslims wear the traditional head peice and most Syrians don't so it's hard to tell wheather somebodys Christian or Muslim.
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Answer it is called Homat el Diyar (Guardians of the Homeland) It starts with: Defenders of the realm, Peace on you; Our proud spirits will Not be subdued. The abode of Arabism, A hallowed sanctuary; The seat of the stars, An inviolable preserve ... Please see related link
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in June 5th 1967 war or the 6 days war
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Answer A direct flight would take 13 hours. But there are no direct flights from Syria to the United States and you have to change planes at least once, this is where you get delayed. It may take up to 17 hours. Answer It takes a very very very very very very very very very very very very ve…
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The capital of Syria is Damascus.
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Someone That is someone but it was Thutmose III.
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Southwestern Asia, more specifically, the Middle East.Its capital city is Damascus.
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Answer aleppo syria,what his email?
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Answer 1 The war with Syria and Israel had already started when Israel send some airplanes to a Syrian compound which they claim that compound is where Syria and North Korea are "exchanging" nuclear weapons. Some Syrians, even Israelis, didn't see any destruction of the compound. That came to a dec…
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Answer The old city of Damascus is an absolutely breathtaking place, simply because it is a naturally made mixture of the Roman empire, the Islamic civilization and the European conquest. In some streets you can see the Roman pillars going around a traditional Arabic house and passing over the ol…
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for sure women in syria have civil rights as men because syria is Muslim country and in Islam women and men ar equal .. woman in syria can do anything man can do
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Anything metric, socket set, 1/4-1/2 in drive. combination wrenches, Allen keys, depending on the work that needs to be done theres alot of specialty tools out there.
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the kinds of food that Jordan has is corn on the cob and all kinds of veggies likebrocolli,carrots,peas,and some of U.S.A kinds of food they probaly have chickenthey even probaly speak our laugage.......
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The name Syria may come from the name of the language witch has been spoken around the area, the Syriac language, one of the three principal languages of bible (Syriac is also known as Northern Aramaic). It is also possible that it comes from the name of the Phoenician city state of Sour (Tyre in En…
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Yes it is.
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Some people love Syria, and some people don't. It is the same with everything in the world. Every country, every car type, every kind of food...etc. Everything has its pros and cons and it is a matter of opinion.
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In theory: It is presidential republic, all executive powers rests with the president. The president can serve seven-year terms. Syria recently has just passed a new constitution that allows a term limit for the president to only be reelected once. In reality: However, Syria is a Saddam Hussein-styl…
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Animals and human beings normally develop unique features that help them survive. Plants also develop features that enable them thrive in their environment.
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President Shukri al-Quwatli ruled Syria from 1943-1949.
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Syria's allies are Russia, Iran, and China. Turkey was, but it has broken off ties with Syria.
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Bashar al-Assad who is 40 years old and the current president of Syria.
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Damascus is the capital of Syria, a Middle Eastern country bordered by Israel, Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea. Syria's official name is the Syrian Arab Republic.
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in 1936 a treaty was signed giving Syria independence from France. in 1946 Syria was declared a free country. (Independence day is April 17th 1946)
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No, it was in Jerusalem, where a retaining wall still stands (the Western Wall).
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for god sake i was born in syria and i am one out of 2 million syrian christians...i have never heard of camels here and me and every child here gets the new present on Christmas day deleivered by Papa noel(santa) who is very popular in syria as a matter of fact syria organized 2500santas in the s…
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Bashar al-Assad is the President of Syria. He is the son of Hafez al-Assad, who was president of Syria from 1971 - 2000. After Bashar Al-Assad's father's death on 2000 June 10, he became the president one month later on July 17. The current Syrian president is Bashar Al-Assad but the Syrians are tr…
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The main religion in Syria is the Islam (Sunni) about 80% and then Christianity about 10% of the population
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Civilization started in Mesopotamia, an ancient region of southwest Asia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in modern-day Iraq.
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There probably are a few Christian missionaries, but the Syrian Civil War is hindering their access to the population and large swathes of Syria are under control of ISIL which imposes Shari'a Law and murders missionaries.
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There probably are a few Christian missionaries, but the Syrian Civil War is hindering their access to the population and large swathes of Syria are under control of ISIL which imposes Shari'a Law and murders missionaries. Historically, Syria was a Secular country with a Pro-Muslim bent. Missionar…
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The Lebanese Mountains, called Mount Lebanon, runs parallel to the Mediterranean Sea from Lebanon into Syria.
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Syrian people are very considerate, hospitable, loving and emotional! However, this true nature of them is usually not shown due to the different constrains they have to deal with.  They're cool!  Syrians rock! Even if they have half Syrian blood and were raised in another country, WE r…
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Mountains, plains, rivers, and valleys.
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Answer Syrians are very ambitious and emotional. Alot of them -but not all- are open minded. Syrians usually suppress their emotions and points of view due to the different constrains they suffer on many levels. Answer THEY ARE DESCRIBED AS EDUCATED PEOPLE BECUSEOF THERE RELIGIUSE BELIFES
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Syria includes several mountains. It includes the Anti-Lebanon mountain range, with the highest peak being mount Bermon at 9,232 feet (2,814 m) high.
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No, people do not cheer in Syria.
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Red symbolizes the struggle and sacrifice for freedom; white signifies peace; and black stands for the dark colonial past. The flag is supposed to represent the former United Arab Republic, as these two green stars in the middle represent Egypt and Syria together. However, Hafez al-Assad reuse this …
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Syriac is a dialect of Middle Aramaic that was once spoken across much of the Fertile Crescent. Having first appeared around the 1st century C.E.
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Asia.
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The people in Syria are generally Semitic peoples.
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It is very hot and dry in Syria but it will occasionally see snow in the winter months. Their winter months are very mild when compared to other areas of the Earth.
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Damascus syria in masjed al aqsa Jesus will come to the masjed near judgment day
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Syria is a republic under an authoritarian military-dominated regime.
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The Syrian flag has the colors red, green, black and white. These colors were adopted as part of the push for independence from the Ottoman empire. The two green stars on the flag represent Syria and Iraq. The two stars on syria's flag represent Syria and egypt.
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Some of the trending recreation ideas in Syria include skate-boarding and bicycle stunts. Soccer and basketball are also common sports in Syria as they are a favorite for the youth and the mature.
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The cost of an average hotel in Syria varies depending on the area and the time of year. In Damascus, hotels can range from about $95 per night to well over $600 per night.
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The amount of time it will take to travel from Florida, USA to Syria is approximately 12 hours and 13 minutes. The exact distance between the two cities is 5,883.9 miles.
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The population of Syria (as of 2009) is 21 906 000. <- Big number the population census in 2007 stated that there were 19, 405, 000 people living in Syria.Syria has an approximate population numbering 18,000,000.
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Lebanon.
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It would not be right to state that all the people hate Syria. Syria is one of the most historic countries in the world. Its capital Damascus is worlds oldest city. However, the incumbent regime of Bashar Al Assad in Syria is considered an oppressive regime which according to many western experts us…
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hi , it is in the countryside of damascus, about 15 km from damascus, it is rural place
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Jordan (Though it should be noted that Jordan is Constitutional Monarchy- not an Absolute Monarchy).
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Asia. Syria is a country in Western Asia, located on the south west side of Asia (Middle East), bordering Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and the Mediterranean.
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Syria is bounded by the Mediterranean and Lebanon on the west, by Jordan on the south, by Iraq on the east and by Turkey on the north. The frontier between Syria and Turkey was settled by the Franco-Turkish agreement of 22 June 1929. xcool77
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Yes. Syria in Middle-east ,and middle-east is in Asia ,so Syria in Asia!!!!
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it became at 2000 b.c.e isn't that old! I think He or She meant was when was Syria a country that was recognised by the world which is 1941 don't know the date SO SMART!
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The population of Syria (1997 estimate) is 16,137,899, giving the country an overall population density of 87 persons per sq km (226 per sq mi). Syria is populated chiefly by Arabs, who constitute about 90 percent of the population. xcool77
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Landforms in Syria include plains, deserts, and mountains. There are also rivers and coastlines, some of which border the Mediterranean Sea.
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The countries that surround Syria are: Turkey (N), Iraq(E), Jordan(S), Israel(SW) and Lebanon(W). There is also a coast line to the west. The Mediterranean sea.
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The official language of Syria is Syrian Arabic.Arabic
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Syria was founded in 1946.
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According to the "Earthquake Newspaper Archive" link, below, the 1201 earthquake killed 1.1 million people in the Egypt and Syria region.
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It's a Muslim and Christian country. Syria was a CHristian Country, it is mentioned in the bible as Aram, and as i believe it attacked Israel because of some proubles between the Christians and Jews. I am not Christian but i do know stuff :D/
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Geographical regionsThe area includes about 185,180 square kilometers of deserts, plains, and mountains. It is divided into a coastal zone--with a narrow, double mountain belt enclosing a depression in the west-- and a much larger eastern plateau. The climate is predominantly dry; about three-fifths…
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Red stands for blood, green stands for nature, white stands for independence, and the stars represent happiness.
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Syria has an area of 185,180 sq km (71,498 sq mi). 185,180 sq km
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there is no such thing as greater syria. the SSNP or syrian socialist party have a theory that modern day Lebanon, israel, palestine, parts of rurkey and Jordan and even Cyprus were once a part of what they call greater syria.
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Syria is south of Turkey and west of Iran and Iraq.
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In the country of Syria there is 1 doctor for every 700 people living there. In the United States there is 1 doctor for every 390 people and Cuba has 1 doctor for every 170 people.
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Malaysia is in South East Asia. Syria is in the Middle East (South West Asia).
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Yes. The United States supported Israel midway through the war. The Soviets had already provided assistance to the Arabs.
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Hezbollah and the Syrian regime have a lot in common with each other. The Syrian regime is run by Shiites just like Hezbollah. The Syrian regime hates Israel and America just like Hezbollah. All these common factors makes the Syrian regime to support Hezbollah.
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According to Wikipedia, the official language of Syria is Arabic.
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In syria there is mandatory military service, syria is made up of 10-15 % christians, therefore 10-15% of the syrian armed forces are christian, higher ranks are given to allawis a small Islamic sect, which the ruling president is a part of, and all other ranks are distributed
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Syria's culture is largely based on family, self- discipline, and respect. Music, literature, and architecture are also important to Syria's culture.
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search "What do the colors on syria's flag mean?" but without the quotes
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French after ww1
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syria had an recent conflict with lebanon iraq and saudi arabia iran is so called the ally of iran
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It is called Cyprus not pie Cyprus not pippipipipi0p CYPRUS!!!!!
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Syria does not have peace treaty with Israel.
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In Arabic, Greater Syria is sometimes called "al-Sham", which properly refers to the city of Damascus. "The Levant" is another name for that region.
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I believe the most expensive hotel is the Four Seasons in the capital Damascus.
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The name Syria is Latinized from the Greek Συρία. Herodotus used it loosely to refer to Cappadocia. In Greek usage, Syria and Assyria were used almost interchangeably, but in the Roman Empire, Syria and Assyria came to be used as distinct geographical terms. "Syria" in the Roman Empire period …
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It it the Syria Lyra (lee-ra-h) (1USD=46-47 Lyra) well known by westerns as Syrian pound (SP).
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Several alphabets have been used in that region, including: Akkadian Aramaic Arabic Hebrew Syriac Today, mainly Arabic is used. Some Christians in Syria use the Syriac alphabet for liturgical purposes.
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Because Salahadin was the sultan of Syria back in time. Also the sultan in Egypt, Yemen and some other places. He was a great warrior, with the biggest heart a warrior has ever had, he was fair, even to his enemies. He was a Islam-believer
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