Where did civilization begin in Syria?
Civilization started in Mesopotamia, an ancient region of southwest Asia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in modern-day Iraq.
It started on the 15th of March 2011.
Also known as the Syrian Uprising is an ongoing armed conflict taking place in Syria. The unrest began in the early spring of 2011 within the context of Arab Spring protests, with nationwide protests against President Bashar al-Assad's government, whose forces responded with violent crackdowns.
On the 15th of March 2011.
It is being fought all over Syria, with occassional incidents across the borders in Lebanon and Turkey.
The remains of the city of Petra are located in Jordan.
Syria is involved in a civil war now, 2014
Syria became a province of the Roman empire in 64 BC, after the Third Mithridatic War.
What is the ancient civilization called that is now includes Iraq southwest Iran east syria and southeast turkey?
The civil war is in between The Free Syrian army and Bashar Al-Assads forces
In the Syrian Civil War, you have three sides. 1. Government of Syria: Bashar al-Assad and the Government of Syria come from the Alawite minority which was historically discriminated against because their religion is a post-Islamic religion (even though Iran has "certified them" to be part of Twelver Shiite Islam). As a result, they do not want to cede power to the Sunni majority who will likely discriminate against them again as they had in… Read More
aleppo syria,what his email?
Southwestern Asia, more specifically, the Middle East.Its capital city is Damascus.
It flows to Syria to Israel and Jordan
I found three - Asi - Litani - Rasbani http://geology.com/world/lebanon-satellite-image.shtml
Pompey the Great sent two of his lieutenants to seize Damascus is 65 BC. He went to Syria himself and annexed it in 63 BC, towards the end of the Third Mithridatic War against Pontus and Armenia. He did do because of the decay of the ruling dynasty (the Seleucids) and the continuous civil wars in Syria, which had become a failed state.
Syria is an Arab country, and as such is in the Middle East. It lies between latitudes 32N and 38N, and longitudes 35E and 42E. The following is a map of the Middle east with Syria highlighted in red and a world map inset in the bottom left. It is a little small so I apologize in advance. http://1muslimnation.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/muslim-syria-map-location.png?w=250&h=125
Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic, 25 Kofo Abayomi Street Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria Contact : ( 234-1) 2618963 EMBASSY OF THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC Address: 25 Kofo Abayomi Street Victoria Island Lagos,Nigeria, Lagos, Lagos Phone: +23412618963
In downtown Damascus. It is two-story small building with Syria's emblem (Eagle of Saladin) on top.
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
Well, Greater Syria was formed back in the days by an alliance that shocked the middle east people(especially the Saudi Arabians) It was a huge alliance between the Christians and Muslims and eventually the druze. Its like the American Policy of Equal right and freedoms but the Greater Syrian people mostly paid attention on the freedom of religion. The greater syrians were the first people to put away there differences and help each other and… Read More
In west of Asia, in middle east.
Christianity did develop in that part of the world. It originated among the Jewish followers of Jesus of Nazareth, who believed that he was the promised Messiah (or 'Christ'), but the Christian Church soon became an independent organization, largely through the missionary efforts of St. Paul.
Daraa is a city with located at the southern Syrian border with Jordan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daraa Horan is geographic area located in southwestern Syria and extending into the northwestern corner of Jordan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hauran
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
The major events are the "Crackdown" in which the Syrian government conducted numerous arrest of protesters, political activists and the human right campaigners. The censorship of events which was leaked out to the public was another main reason. The concession in which the Syrian Government offered political reforms and policy changes.
No the Syrians named Syria.
Syria is an ancient country. Though it's been ruled off and on by various higher powers -- Rome, Egypt, others -- it goes back thousands of years BC. It's in the Bible. Damascus is the longest continuously occupied city in the world.
Yes, in 1973.
President Obama felt that the Syrians were fighting the Caliphate
Islamic uprising in Syria happened in 1978.
French expedition in Syria happened in 1860.
the syrian reolution started when... some children in their schools began writing things like 'freedom' in their books and on the walls, because they were seeing these words on TV from the other revolutions. all these children were taken by the assad regime. they were tortured in all kinds of horrible ways (even their nails were taken off). then, these children's parents came to ask for their children, but the assad regime didn't allow them… Read More
in middle east
Sumer was the first human civilization.
All three have had civil wars in recent times: Syria: 2011-Present - Syrian Civil War OR Syrian Arab Spring War Lebanon: 1975-1991 - Lebanese Civil War Jordan: 1970-1971 - Black September OR Jordanian Civil War
The Lebanese Mountains, called Mount Lebanon, runs parallel to the Mediterranean Sea from Lebanon into Syria.
The Euphrates River
Much of Syria has become a disaster zone: In September, the opposition group Syrian Network for Human Rights estimated that more than 2.9 million homes, schools, mosques, churches and hospitals had been damaged or destroyed since the uprising began in March 2011. More than half a million are a complete loss.
Someone who was not immunized with the polio vaccine got it from someone else. No one knows where some of these viruses "hide" but is probably was making rounds in small populations.