Why did Syria have war?
Syria is having a war because the have one dictator which is a person who is in charge and it dosen't matter what anyone else decides he has the power. The people didn't want this because it was a unfair process and could be very dangerous if the leader made one wrong descision which people could advise and that descion could kill lots of people or something like that.
Western power structure create all terrorist group like Al Qaeda, Taliban and now Takfiries and Isis and they make lots of films and advertisment against Islam because they want to increase Islamophobia. Islamophobia (or anti-Muslim sentiment) is a term for prejudice against,hatred towards, or fear of the religion of Islam or Muslims.The term entered into common English usage in 1997 with the publication of a report by the Runnymede Trust condemning negative emotions such as fear, hatred, and dread directed at Islam or Muslims. While the term is now widely used, both the term itself and the underlying concept have been criticized.The causes and characteristics of Islamophobia are still debated.Some scholars have defined it as a type of racism. Some commentators have posited an increase in Islamophobia resulting from the September 11 attacks, while others have associated it with the increased presence of Muslims in secular nations
It depends on when the war was fought. Modern Syria as well as
Historic Syria have fought in numerous wars.
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Syria is in civil war and millions are fleeing the country. Syria is in the Middle East/Asia. Read More
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Israel was at war against Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. Read More
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