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Save the Children Statemen Feb082016 96%

Increased Canadian Commitment to Syria Refugee Crisis, Save the Children Responds Toronto, February 8, 2016…Save the Children welcomes today’s federal government announcement on its new plan to address the crises in Syria, Iraq, and surrounding regions.



The Assyrian Democratic Organization, together with our partners in the opposition, believe that there is only a political solution for stopping the bloodshed in Syria.


6 Paul Chehade - It's time to review the foreign policy 93%

The problem begin when The United State regime change policy in Syria was directly responsible for the rise of ISIS over these past three years.


ICC Complaint JamesRyan 92%

Istanbul, Turkey 6 October 2014 ___________________________________________________________________ Criminal Carnage in Syria by the Criminal Cabal for Perpetual War ___________________________________________________________________ Only the dead have seen the end of war.


Syrian Refugees Town Hall Notes 91%

Aleksandra Kotyk, Lifeline Syria Arif Virani, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Immigration, Citizenship and Refugees Huda Bukhari, Arab Community Centre of Toronto Mohammad Naseem, Arab Community Centre of Toronto Muhammed Aboura, Recent refugee and community member 1 Questions and Answers This portion of the document is a condensed summary of the main dialogue discussed at our town hall.


Issue #3 The Voluntaryist - Google Docs 89%

— unlike the “free” politicians promise May, 2017 US Bombs Syria in Retaliation to Alleged Chemical Attack, Column by Will Porter (pg.


P3261-366(1) 88%

SYRIA PRISON CONDITIONS Syrian Arab Republic Head of state:


Salisbury and Syria 8 86%

Salisbury and Syria Sun 15/04/2018 13:03 <>;


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Margot Wallström Minister for Foreign Affairs Kingdom of Sweden Gustav Adolfs torg 1 SE-103 39 Stockholm, Sweden 11 March 2016 Dear Minister Wallström, The war in Syria started five years ago and for all this time Europe tells about its support to everyone who opposes Assad and his allies, but all their support is just in their words.


MarianoStephens SecurityPolicyMemo 78%

Over the past five years, anti-Sunni policies have been implemented in Iraq, and Bashar alAssad’s sectarian Alawite regime has killed over 400,000 people in Syria,11 many of whom are Sunnis.


Russia Today 78%

On the Russian intervention in Syria, when it came to Ghouta, Al Jazeera stated that the bombings were targeting children and women and not armed terrorists, showing horrific images of blooded civilians and casualties, and arguing that the “shared victory” is a victory for whom?


US Policies towards ME - Jan 17 77%

White House Spokesperson Ben Rhodes said that “abstention [on UNSCR 2334] reflects the reality that we don’t want to suggest that the United Nations should be used for efforts beyond this one to address final status issues, or to recognize a Palestinian state, or to endorse a set of parameters.” 3 US Policies towards Israel and the Middle East 5 (1), January 2017 ● Syria - US-Russian efforts to negotiate a ceasefire in Aleppo crumbled in mid-December, and Russian-backed Syrian regime forces retook the city amid heavy civilian casualties described by UN Ambassador Samantha Power as “crimes committed by the Assad regime, Russia, and Iran.” Regime forces now control Aleppo, after an eventual deal brokered by Russia and Turkey allowed civilians and opposition fighters passage to Idlib.


Issue #2 The Voluntaryist - Google Docs 75%

16) 2 US Escalates Role in Syrian War, article by Will Porter For the first time since the conflict began in 2011, US Army and Marine units were deployed to fight in Syria, joining at least several hundred American and British special operations troops already stationed there.


Conference 1 74%

For instance, the possibility of a quid pro quo in Syria in which Russia softens its support for Assad in exchange for a European loosening of sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine.


GA1 Main Topic 73%

The use of drones has become particularly associated with the United States, who has used them to target Islamic fighters in places such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Somalia, although many countries (including Britain, Israel, Russia and China) have drones.


30268755 Meeting Note Moscow Stock Exchange Forum 06122017 72%

Page 2 of 5  Is providing grain to Syria and other humanitarian causes, sees provision to Syria can increase 1-2% per year if the Syria situation is stable.


Palestine and Israel 71%

Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia declared war on Israel.


00 impact assessment 19 04 2016 70%

Russian disinformation over Syria Ben Nimmo Posted by the Daily Beast 485 unique views Seen by over 29,000 Twitter users 3.


Letters to FBI and UWA Authorities 69%

Kaszeta’s accusations are especially problematic, due to the heightened security condition from concerns in the international police community of increased terrorist activities spilling out of the Syrian civil war and the ongoing invasion of Iraq by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.


lord dubs 67%

If all we do is seek to remedy the problems we see on our TV screens – essential as that is – but do nothing to try to bring peace to Syria as best we can, then we are solving nothing ultimately.


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ARMIES ONLINE    Chapter I. Introduction. World Geopolitics 2012 ­ 2014.  In a changing world army is an important protector of stability of the  country. Any government values society opinions of its army, and  governments are working to influence this opinion in various ways,  making use of modern digital tools and mediums, such as social  networks.    Many people do not know how glorious history of the IDF began. In times  of the Second Aliyah a large number of Jewish youth, who had  experience in creating self­defense units to protect against the racist  massacres in Russia, moved to Palestine. April 12, 1909 organization  HaShomer ­ the predecessor of the Haganah, was established. Starting  as an organization consisting of scattered self­defense units it turned into  a military formation. In the period of 1936­1939 the policy of havlagah  (policy of self­restraint) was introduced.  16­18 May 1941 in view of the potential danger of the German­Italian  invasion of Palestine Haganah created “strike­forces” ­ Palmach. Many  members of the Haganah volunteered for the British Army forming Jewish  Brigade.  During the uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto Jewish Fighting Organization,  consisting of more than 600 almost bare handed men, was able to destroy  several dozen Nazis. Most of the men died, but some managed to get out  of the ghetto. Disaster was a bitter lesson for our people, and the young  state faced with the need to build an effective army to defend the Jews  against new threats which evolve in the modern world.    More than decade has passed since the world changing terrorist attack on  the World Trade Center in NY, USA. Shock suffered by America that day  has put a serious mark on the inner life of the United States and American  foreign policy.  United States and its NATO allies invaded Afghanistan and Iraq, giving  start to the long civil war that is still yet to end. The invasion of Iraq and  Afghanistan cost US taxpayers 4.4 trillion dollars. The war against  terrorism has led to changes in American society and expanded the  boundaries of what the Americans are ready to sacrifice in exchange for  security. The recent scandal in the United States associated with the  widespread use of torture towards suspected terrorists clearly  demonstrated it. CIA chief said that torture helped establish the  whereabouts of Osama bin Laden.     The number of victims of terrorist attacks reached almost 18 thousand in  the year 2013, according to the Global Terrorism Index. In 13 years since  the «11/09», the number of victims of terrorist attacks increased by almost  5 times. Severe growth – by 60% even in comparison with 2012. The  number of terrorist victims is growing: 3361 in 2000 to 17958 in 2013. The  lion's share of the activities of terrorists falls on four major terrorist  organizations: the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria; Boko Haram (Nigeria),  the Taliban (Afghanistan) and Al Qaeda (in different parts of the world).  But not only the number of victims increase – International Terrorism is  expanding geographically, hence the word «international». In 2008 there  were 19 countries in which more than 50 people were killed by terrorist, in  2013 the number of such countries has grown to 24.     Over the past seventy years Middle East remains the center of constant  tension. Since the end of the War of Independence by April 2013, 2493  civilians were killed in terrorist attacks in Israel. Since the beginning of the  Second Intifada in 2000 until April 2013, 974 civilians were killed in Israel.  More than 1.5 million people died as victims of armed conflict, which  began in late 2010 in Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Syria. Political crisis in  Ukraine that began in November 2013, led to a bloody civil war in the  middle of Europe and found controversial by many countries reunification  of the Crimea with Russia. Today, according to OSCE study, 4,000  people were killed in Ukraine civil conflict and this number is still growing.  Russia has also paid a price for the Crimea annexation – ruble, Russian  currency, took a deep dive during 2014 and fell by 40%. The USA made a  huge effort to manipulate Europe and isolate Russia politically and  economically. The economic situation in Russia began to deteriorate  before the Ukrainian crisis but the US and EU sanctions and the collapse  of the oil market kicked the process up a notch.  Terrorism is not the only threat faced by the world in the last decade.  Social inequality and thus instability is growing.  80% of world's GDP belongs to the 24 countries that are home to 14.5%  of the world population; 15% of GDP ­ 63 countries with 31% of the world  population; 5% of GDP ­ 45 countries with 55% of the world population.  By the beginning of the XXI century the gap in GDP per capita between  the rich and poor parts of humanity has reached 15.4 thousand dollars, an  increase, which has tripled over the past 40 years. In 1960, 20% of the  richest population had 70% of the total world income; today this figure  reaches 90%. The poorest 20% of the world population in 1960 had 2.3%  of global economic income, and today they have less than 1.1%.     2015 could be a turning point for the existence of the EU. The impetus for  the collapse of the United Europe according to financial analysts from  Saxo Bank will be output of the United Kingdom from the Union.  According to the forecast of the Danish analysts, during the election to be  held in the Kingdom on May 7, 2015, a quarter of the votes will get the  United Kingdom Independence Party known for its anti­European policy.  Thus, «the eurosceptics» will be the third largest party in the British  Parliament. Today eurosceptics’ popularity is growing exponentially. So,  in the last parliamentary elections in France 14% of voters voted for the  National Front, led by Marine Le Pen. In comparison: in 2007 Le Pen's  right­wing party won only 4% of the French voters. «Alternative for  Germany» established in 2013, the party has achieved real success in the  regional elections in the parliaments of Brandenburg and Thuringia,  receiving 12% and 10% of the votes respectively. In addition,  representatives of the party passed in the parliament of Saxony (with  9.7% of the votes). Today, "Alternative for Germany" is the third most  popular party in Germany. According to the research center Forsa, 10% of  Germans support anti­european rhetoric.     Global economic slowdown, growing frustration and disappointment over  United Europe and rising tensions in the Middle East with Israel and  Palestine and Syria and Iraq because of the activity of a terrorist  organization ISIS ­ these are the main trends that will shape 2015  political, economical and social world map.     Today it is s especially important for Israel to take into account the  perception of its army within the country and in the international arena.  After all, we are a small country with few natural resources, surrounded  on all sides by enemies who do not let us expand.    Chapter ll. Israeli­Palestinian conflict. Historical context of IDF.    Attitude towards Israeli army has changed over the past forty years.  Internet has sped up access to information and made the army more open  and transparent. With the help of social networks people can give  feedback to the army, to share their thoughts and feelings about how they  evaluate military operations.    Today, of all the currently existing democratic states, Israel is the only  country that throughout its history is constantly facing with the threat of  war. And even now, after five large­scale wars with Arab countries (in  1948­1949, 1956, 1967, 1973 and 1982­1985.), as well as  Israeli­Egyptian War of Attrition (1967­1970.) most of them refuse to  recognize Israel's right to exist.     Since 1948, Israel was in the process that transformed population that  consisted of repatriates into a single cohesive nation. In the mid­1950s,  the leadership of the country defined foreign policy of Israel after a long  dispute, Moshe Sharett who executed moderate pacifist approach was  dismissed from his post as prime minister, and more radical David  Ben­Gurion, who enjoyed great respect among the generals, gained  control. Retaliation, and then the Sinai Campaign became a kind of "test  of maturity" for the new military­political course, and many believed then,  despite the retreat from Sinai after the war, that Israel as a whole has  successfully coped with the task.     Unprecedented mobilization and enthusiasm of Israeli society has been  immediately seen after the Six Day War. Many were surprised by swift  victory and gaining of new territories, often perceived as their liberation.  All that was seen as convincing proof and justification of righteous model  of "a nation in uniform", demanding great hardships in the name of  collectivist values and ideals. Even the Yom Kippur War was not  conducive to a major change of public opinion. Moreover, the war  strengthened the Israelites in the belief that they are ­ one people, united  by a common destiny, shared victories and defeats.     For decades, the military confrontation with hostile Arab environment was  the most important axis of identity in Israeli society. In many respects the  opposition allowed external threat to rally society, muting its internal  contradictions. First Lebanon War led to the fact that self­perception of  nation striving for peace and fighting only as a last resort necessity, given  the failure. The war gave rise to sharp public criticism, the apogee of  which was the demonstration by about four hundred thousand people in  protest against the massacre ­ with the connivance of the IDF ­ by  Lebanese Christians in the Palestinian refugee camps of Sabra and  Shatila.     In the first half of the 1980s, When the IDF was in Lebanon, Israeli society  has realized that the army was not able to successfully perform police  functions. This is due primarily to the fact that its personnel is replenished  from different layers of society and holds conflicting political views. The


CNA-23 Mearsheimer 2006 63%

By serving as America’s proxy after 1967, it helped contain Soviet expansion in the region and inflicted humiliating defeats on Soviet clients like Egypt and Syria.


mongols DBQ 62%

Their reach extended from Korea to Poland, and from Vietnam to Syria.