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Syrian conflict

  • Arab spring

    Arab spring
    The protests began with the Arab spring uprisings in 2011-2012.
  • Syrian uprisings

    Syrian uprisings
    Syrian uprisings began in 2011 with violent repression
  • After the cold war

    After the cold war
    After the cold war comes a period of conflict, where wars erupt in places like Rwanda, New York and Syria.
  • Syria divided

    Syria divided
    Syria had a divided international community without responding effectively
  • The repression

    The repression
    The repression provoked violence and the overthrow of the dictator of Syria with the support of “NATO”
  • Syrians complain

    Syrians complain
    Syrians complain about unemployment in the country, corruption, politics and the lack of freedom that existed in the government of Bashar al Asad.
  • Revolutionary slogans

    Revolutionary slogans
    Teenageers painted revolutionary slogans on a wall of their school, for which they were arrested and mistreated.
  • Syrian free army.

    Syrian free army.
    The “Syrian free army” is created.
  • Civil war

    Civil war
    The Red Cross declared that the fight had already taken so long that it should be considered a civil war.
  • Spring of 2013.

    Spring of 2013.
    In the spring of 2013 ISIS arrives Syria.
  • Help rebels.

    Help rebels.
    United States of América decides to help the rebels.
  • Bombs.

    EUA bombs Syria.
  • Russia help.

    Russia help.
    Russia conducted an air campaign to help the Syrian government.
  • 58 missiles.

    58 missiles.
    The United States sends 58 missiles to the army of Al Asad for the first time.
  • Air operation.

    Air operation.
    Once again Washington conducted another air operation with the help of the British and French government.