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Khhebez Dawle: Syrian Voice Politics Through Music

In 2011 the Arab Spring uprising that started in such a small spark in Tunisia spread vastly through the Arab world. In Syria when the civil war was occurring many Syrians had to flee their homes to find safety in the neighboring country of Lebanon. The demonstrators who didn’t support President Bashar al-Assad lives were […]



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The European Union’s One for One Deal

In wake of the Islamic State seizing control of Middle Eastern countries, the European Union has had to address the issue of refugees fleeing the controlled areas to seek refuge in European countries.  This has led to Greece receiving countless illegal refugees that have retreated into the country seeking their assistance.  This resulted in the […]



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Islamic Integration and Radicalization in Europe

In the past several months, multiple terror attacks by Jihadis in Belgium and France have left hundreds dead. These attacks are the latest in a long history of Islamic terrorism in Europe, however they have been the worst so far and have left authorities overwhelmed; ill equipped to deal with the problem at hand. Far […]



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ISIS, IS, ISIL or DAISH

In June of 2014, Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq was conquered by ISIS. After this, ISIS decided to refer to themselves as IS and create a caliphate, a government led by a successor of Muhammad in Iraq and Syria. For my final paper, I am going to look into ISIS and the global […]



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