Sirian Ceevil War

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Sirian Ceevil War
Part of the Arab Ware an
the spillower o the Iraqi Ceevil War
Syrian civil war.png
Current militar situation: Reid: Govrenment, Yellae: Kurds (Rojava), Grey: Islamic State o Iraq an the Levant, White: al-Nusra Front, Green: Opposeetion
Cairt abuin wis last updatit on August 12, 2016.
Date15 Mairch 2011 (2011-03-15) – present
(7 years, 3 months, 2 weeks and 4 days)
LocationSirie (wi spillowers in neighbourin kintras)
Status Ongangin
Territorial
changes
  • In August 2015, the territory fully controlled bi Assad’s forces wis reportit tae hae shrunk tae 29,797 km2 (11,505 sq mi), roughly a saxt o the kintra.[14]
Main belligerents
Opposeetion

Ither allied groups:


Jaish al-Fatah

Allied militias:

(SDF)

Allied militias:

Iraqi Kurdistan Iraqi Kurdistan


CJTF–OIR:
Unitit States
 Canadae
 Fraunce[13]
 Australie
 Saudi Arabie
 Qatar
 Jordan
 Bahrain
 Unitit Arab Emirates
 Morocco
 Unitit Kinrick
Commanders an leaders

Strenth

Sirian Airmed Forces: 178,000[32] General Security Directorate: 8,000[33]

Naitional Defence Force: 80,000[34]

Iran: 15,000[35]

Roushie: 4,000[36]

Ba'ath Brigades: 7,000[37][38]

al-Abbas brigade: 10,000[39] (8,000 Iraqis)[40]

Hezbollah: 3,000–5,000[41]

Sirian Resistance: 2,000[42]

FSA: 40,000–50,000[43]

Islamic Front: 40,000–70,000[44]

Ajnad al-Sham Union: up to 15,000

AD Front: 13,000[45]

Airmy o Mujahedeen: 5,000[46]–12,000[47]

al-Zenki muivement: 3,000+

Alwiya al-Furqan: 2,000+


Airmy o Conquest:

  • al-Nusra Front: 13,000[48][49]
  • Ahrar al-Sham: 10-20,000
  • Sham Legion:2,000+[50]
31,500[51]–100,000[52]

Fowk's Pertection Units (YPG): 65,000[53]

Jabhat al-Akrad: 7,000[54]
Casualties an losses

Sirian Govrenment: 52,077–87,077 soldiers killed[55][56]
35,235–49,235 militiamen killed[55][56]
7,000 soldiers an militiamen an 2,000 supporters capturt[57]
Iran Iran:
534+ killed [c]

InfoboxHez.PNG Hezbollah:
971 killed[55]
Ither non-Sirian fichters:
3,395 killed[55]

80,762–121,762 fichters killed[d]
979 protesters killed[58]

26,500 fighters and supporters captured or missing[55]
ISIL:
8,143 fichters killed[59]
Rojava Rojava:
1,276–1,445 fichters killed[60]

74,426[55]–88,328[61] (2,996 foreign) ceevilian daiths documentit bi opposeetion
75 ither foreign soldiers killed


Tot killed:
250,124–340,124 (October 2015 SOHR estimate)[55]
220,000 (Januar 2015 UN estimate)[62]


130,000 capturt or missin oweraw[63]


Over 7,600,000 internally displaced (accordin tae UNHCR bi Julie 2015)

Over 4,000,000 refugees (accordin tae UNHCR bi Julie 2015)[64][65][66]

a Some o the rebels that hae been airmed bi the Unitit States hae gien vehicles an ammunition tae the al-Nusra Front.[67]

b An aa aligned wi Sirian opposeetion forces[68][69][70]

c The figur includes at least 180 Iranian IRGC soldiers[71][72][73] an 354 Afghans[74][75] who were equipped and trained by the IRGC, and are fighting under the command of the IRGC, as part of the Fatimiyun Brigade.[76]

d Nummer includes Kurdish an ISIL fighters, whose daiths are an aa leetit in thair separate columns[77][55][56]

The Sirian Ceevil War (Arabic: الحرب الأهلية السورية‎) is an ongangin internaitional[78] airmed conflict takin place in Sirie. The unrest began in the early ware o 2011 within the context o Arab Ware protests, wi naitionwide protests against Preses Bashar al-Assad's govrenment, whose forces respondit wi violent crackdouns. The conflict gradually morphed frae prominent protests tae an airmed rebellion efter months o militar sieges.[79]

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