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Syria in Perspective

A land continuously fought over

Students at an educational institution destroyed by US missiles as part of a US humanitarian aid package April/May 2018

In the land of Syria you can step back to places like the Göbekli Tepe* tentatively dated to around nine thousand BC and we can see that peoples like the Hittites and Babylonians, Phoenicians, Egyptians and Greeks also laid claim to parts of Syria and of course Alexander trampled over the whole damn show.

Syria fell under Islam and the Ottoman Empire before being ravaged again with world Wars one and two, French occupation and finally a semblance of independence under which the country actually flourished.

A country of fertile plains, high mountains, and deserts,

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Un-Happy

The absent joy of Islam

They’re not happy in Gaza They’re not happy in Egypt They’re not happy in Libya They’re not happy in Morocco They’re not happy in Iraq They’re not happy in Iran They’re not happy in Yemen They’re not happy in Afghanistan They’re not happy in Lebanon They’re not happy in Pakistan They’re not happy in Syria

SO WHERE ARE THEY HAPPY?

They’re happy in Australia They’re happy in Canada They’re happy in England They’re happy in France They’re happy in Italy They’re happy in Germany They’re happy in Sweden They’re happy in USA They’re happy in Denmark They’re happy in Norway They’re happy in Holland

Basically they’re happy in every country that is not Muslim and

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