Hama
Hama (Arabic: حماة‎ Ḥamāh [ħaˈmaː], Biblical Ḥamāth, "fortress") is a city on the banks of the Orontes River in west-central Syria. It is located 213 kilometres (132 mi) north of Damasc...
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1964 Hama riot
1964 Hama riot was the first significant clash between the newly installed Ba'ath party leadership of Syria and the Islamic Brotherhood. It occurred in April 1964, after the 1963 Ba'athist coup d'état...
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April 1981 Hama massacre
The 1981 Hama massacre occurred, according to one report, after a failed attack by armed Islamist guerillas on a security checkpoint near an Alawite village near Hama. As a revenge action, units of th...
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2011 Siege of Hama
The Siege of Hama was among the nation-wide crackdowns by the Syrian government during the early stage of the Syrian civil war. Anti-government protests had been ongoing in the Syrian city of Hama sin...
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Siege of Hama (2011)
The Siege of Hama was among the nation-wide crackdowns by the Syrian government during the early stage of the Syrian civil war. Anti-government protests had been ongoing in the Syrian city of Hama sin...
Siege of Hama (2011) - Wikipedia
Mahmoud Maowas
Mahmoud Al Mawas (Arabic: محمود مواس‎) (born January 1, 1993 in Hama) is a Syrian professional footballer. He plays for Al-Arabi in the Kuwaiti Premier League.
Maowas is a member of the ...
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Azm Palace (Hama)
36°45′13″E / 35.13389°N 36.75361°E / 35.13389; 36.75361The Azm Palace (Arabic: بيت العظم‎, Beit al-Azem) is an 18th-century Ottoman palace in Hama, Syria located at ...
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Kazo, Hama
Kazo (Arabic: كازو‎), also spelled Kazu, Kâzo,Kazou,Kāzū, is a neighbourhood located in Hama, Syria.
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Said al-As
Sa'id al-'As (Arabic: سعيد العاص‎) (1889 – 6 October 1936) was a Syrian nationalist, a former officer in the Ottoman army and a high-ranking commander of rebel forces during the Great ...
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Nawair SC
Nawair Sports Club is a Syrian football club, located in the city of Hama.
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Timeline of Hama history
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Hama, Syria.
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Ziad al-Hariri
Mohammed Ziad al-Hariri (born 1930) was a prominent Syrian Army officer. A staunch Arab nationalist, he supported the union between Syria and Egypt in 1958, opposed Syria's secession from it in 1961 a...
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Norias of Hama
36°45′11″E / 35.13528°N 36.75306°E / 35.13528; 36.75306The Norias of Hama (Arabic: نواعير حماة‎) are a number of norias ("wheels of pots") along the Orontes River in...
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Islamic uprising in Syria
The Islamist uprising in Syria were a series of revolts and armed insurgency by Sunni Islamists, mainly members of the Muslim Brotherhood from 1976 until 1982. The uprising was aimed against the autho...
Yousef Suleiman al-Ahmad
Yousef Suleiman al Ahmad (born 1956) is a Syrian economist and politician. He is the former minister of state.
Ahmad was born in Hasaka in 1956. He earned a degree in economics from the Universit...
Hama massacre
The Hama massacre (Arabic: مجزرة حماة‎) occurred in February 1982, when the Syrian Arab Army and the Defense Companies, under the orders of the country's then-dictator, Hafez al-Assad, besie...
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Anwar al-Bunni
Anwar al-Bunni (Arabic: أنور البني‎, born 1959) is a Syrian human rights lawyer who has defended clients such as Riad al-Turk, Riad Seif, the owner of The Lamplighter, (an independent newspa...
International reactions to the 2011 Syrian uprising
International reactions to the Syrian Civil War ranged from support for the government to calls for the government to dissolve. The Arab league, United Nations and Western governments in 2011 quickly ...
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History of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria
The Muslim Brotherhood of Syria (Arabic: الإخوان المسلمون في سوريا‎ Al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimun fi Suriya) has been described as "a branch" of the Sunni Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, and as "very ...