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...
1966 Syrian coup d'état
The 1966 Syrian coup d'état refers to events between 21 and 23 February in which the government of the Syrian Arab Republic was overthrown and replaced. The ruling National Command of the Arab Sociali...
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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...
1964 Hama riot - Wikipedia
Sawt al-Jamahir
Sawt al Jamahir (Arabic صوت الجماهير meaning Voice of the Masses), was a monthly newspaper published by the Iraqi-controlled Arab Liberation Front (ALF), a small, right-wing radical faction within the...
Popular Army (Iraq)
The Iraqi Popular Army also known as the People's Army or People's Militia (Arabic: الجيش الشعبي Al Jaysh ash Shaabi) was a paramilitary agency composed of civilian volunteers to protect the Ba'ath r...
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