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This sequence comprises soaking up money owed of the leaders who've replaced the process background. Bashar al-Assad selected to pursue a occupation in medication, the premature dying of his older brother and father driven him into the political highlight.

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For many years, Arab nations sought to band together in order to express themselves as a group politically. Original members included Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan (now Jordan), Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. A representative of Palestinian Arabs was given full status and a vote in the Arab League, and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) was granted full membership in 1976. Other current members include Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Kuwait, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, and the United Arab Emirates.

States like Syria, Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, and Lebanon, pan-Arabist proponents argued, had been created by the Western powers under their mandate to divide and conquer the Middle East. PanArabism was one of the first anti-colonial movements to gain popular support in the Middle East, and its adoption by Aflaq’s Ba’ath party helped popularize it throughout the region. From its origins in Damascus, the Ba’ath Party soon spread to the rest of the Middle East, with branches forming in almost every Arab nation.

The Jews who had already immigrated to the area had begun to establish militias, and “Jewish attacks upon British officials and installations in Palestine came near the point of open revolt,” Hourani explained. Other European nations, shocked by the horrors that had been discovered after World War II in Germany’s concentration camps but not willing to establish a Jewish nation within their own borders, urged the British to allow Jews to emigrate to the Middle East and build their own nation there.

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