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Abd al-Razzaq al-Dandashi (عبدالرزاق الرستم الدندشي; 1899–1935) was a Syrian intellectual and Arab nationalist activist.
Abdullah Pasha al-Azm (1783–1809) was an Ottoman statesman who served as the governor of the Damascus Eyalet (three separate terms, 1795–1807), Aleppo Eyalet (1794), Egypt Eyalet (1798), Adana Eyalet, and Rakka Eyalet (1809), before retiring to Hama in the 1810s.
The Air Force Intelligence Directorate (إدارة المخابرات الجوية, Idarat al-Mukhabarat al-Jawiyya) is an intelligence service of Syria, possibly the country's most powerful, owing its importance to Hafez al-Assad's role as the Air Force commander.
Al-'Akkari (عكاري) is a town in northwestern Syria administratively belonging to the Homs Governorate just north of the border with Lebanon and west of Homs.
Al-Hawash (الحواش / ALA-LC: al-Ḥwāsh) is a Greek Orthodox Christian town in northwestern Syria close to the Lebanese border and administratively belonging to the Homs Governorate.
Al-Zarah (Zare, al-Zārah, also spelled Zara) is a village in northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Homs Governorate, located west of Homs.
The Alawite Revolt (also called the Shaykh Saleh al-Ali Revolt) was a rebellion, led by Shaykh Saleh al-Ali against the French authorities of the Occupied Enemy Territory Administration and later as part of the Franco-Syrian War against the newly established French Mandate of Syria, primarily in the coastal Jabal Ansariyah mountain range.
Ali Ghalioum (علي غليوم) (born 20 June 1987 in Talkalakh, Syria) is a Syrian footballer.
'Ayn al-Tineh al-Gharbiyah (عين التينة الغربية, also known as Ayn al-Tineh) is a village in northern Syria located west of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
Burj al-Arab (برج عرب, also known as Ain al-'Arab) is a village in northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Homs Governorate, located west of Homs and just north of Lebanon.
Burj al-Maksur (برج المكسور) is a village in northern Syria located northwest of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
Syria is subdivided in a hierarchical manner into.
This is the course of major events of the Syrian Civil War.
Hadidah (حديدة, also spelled Hadideh) is a town in the northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Homs Governorate, located west of Homs and just east of the border with Lebanon.
The Hananu Revolt (also known as the Aleppo RevoltMoubayed 2006, p. 604. or the Northern revolts) occurred in 1920–1921 in the western countryside of Aleppo and its purpose was to drive out French military forces from northern Syria.
Hasrajiyah (Hasırciye, Hāsīrjīyyah, also spelled Hasrajieh) is a village in northern Syria located west of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
Homs (حمص / ALA-LC: Ḥimṣ), previously known as Emesa or Emisa (Greek: Ἔμεσα Emesa), is a city in western Syria and the capital of the Homs Governorate.
International reactions to the Syrian Civil War ranged from support for the government to calls for the government to dissolve.
Iris basaltica is a species in the genus Iris, it is also in the subgenus of Iris and in the Oncocyclus section.
Kafrish (كفريش, also spelled Kafr Rish) is a village in northern Syria located northwest of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
The border between the Syrian Arab Republic and the Lebanese Republic runs for a total length of about; it accounts for most of the land border of Lebanon (except for the short border with Israel in the south).
The Levant Crisis also known as the Damascus Crisis, the Syrian Crisis or the Levant Confrontation was a military situation that took place between British and French forces in Syria in May 1945 soon after the end of World War II in Europe.
The country of Syria is administratively subdivided into 14 governorates, which are sub-divided into 65 districts, which are further divided into 284 sub-districts.
An exonym is a place name, used by non-natives of that place, that differs from the official or native name for that place.
Marmarita (مرمريتا, ܡܪܡܪܝܬܐ) is a village in northwestern Syria, located west of Homs.
Mashta Azar (مشتى عازار) is a village in northwestern Syria, located west of Homs in the Wadi al-Nasarah valley, a region north of Talkalakh.
Na'arah (نعرة) is a village in northern Syria located west of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
Odai Eid (عدي عيد) is a Syrian football player who is currently playing for Tishreen.
Qumayrah (قميرة, also spelled Qmeiry or Qumairy) is a village in northern Syria located west of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
Saleh al-Ali or Shaykh Saleh Ahmad al-Ali (الشيخ صالح أحمد العلي) (1884 in Al-Shaykh Badr – 13 April 1950 in Tartus) was a prominent Syrian Alawi leader who commanded the Syrian Revolt of 1919, one of the first rebellions against the French mandate of Syria before the Great Syrian Revolt.
Shalluh (شلوح) is a village in northern Syria located northwest of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
On 14 May 2011, during the 2011–2012 Syrian uprising, the Syrian military began an operation in the Syrian town of Talkalakh.
Talkalakh District (manṭiqat Talkalaḫ) is a district of the Homs Governorate in central Syria.
Tell Hawsh (تل حوش; also spelled Talhoush) is a village in northern Syria located west of Homs in the Homs Governorate.
Protests began in Syria as early as 26 January 2011, and erupted on 15 March 2011 with a "Day of Rage" protest generally considered to mark the start of a nationwide uprising.
The following is a timeline of the Syrian Civil War from May to August 2011, including the escalation of violence in many Syrian cities.
The following is a timeline of the Syrian Civil War from May to December 2013.
The following is a timeline of the Syrian Civil War from September to December 2012.
The Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance (OCSO: Ordo Cisterciensis Strictioris Observantiae) is a Catholic religious order of cloistered contemplative monastics who follow the Rule of St. Benedict.
Wasfi al-Atassi (1888–1933) (وصفي الأتاسي) was a Syrian nationalist, statesman and one of the original writers of the Syrian constitution.
The 2012–13 escalation of the Syrian Civil War refers to the third phase of the Syrian Civil War, which gradually escalated from a UN-mediated cease fire attempt during April–May 2012 and deteriorated into radical violence, escalating the conflict level to a full-fledged civil war.