Historical lines. The riots of the Syrian civil war have affected the entire Middle East region with unrest, violence and tyranny. Historically, the region itself is a sufficient source of tension. The stream of refugees and homeless Syrians, the amount of civilians killed as a result of military interventions and destroyed cities and other residential areas are commonplace in the news. In reality, the Syrian civil war is no longer regional, it has become a global disaster. One relevant question is: How did this fateful civil war start? Quite fresh is not exactly Reese Erlich's book Inside Syria: The Backstory of Their War and What the World Can Expect, but it can still contribute. . .
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