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Politics Corner With Mars #004
Two years into the Syrian civil war the nation has divided itself into three weakened factions and the longer the war continues the more Syria loses it's stability as a nation in the middle of the regions most volatile power struggles.
Over one hundred thousand Syrians have died since the conflict began nearly four million displaced. The Syrian dollar has dropped 77% in value. "We don't kill our people," Assad said on ABC. "No government in the world kills its people, unless it's led by a crazy person."
Barrack Obama has pledged 195 million dollars in humanitarian and food aid to Syria. There is a perception that Israel has much to gain from a divided Syria, although an unstable Syria cannot increase the sense of safety in the Middle East and therefore no one has anything to gain from it.
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