-A brief history of Syria as a state. (Information from BBC news 11/24/15) *In June 1919 elections for a Syrian national congress were held. *In June 1920 the San Remo conference splits up Feisal’s Arab kingdom by putting Syria- Lebanon under a French mandate. *In July 1922 Syria was divided into three regions by the French; they were Aleppo, Damascus, and Alawite state. *Syria was a state from 1924 to 1930. *federation was from 1922 to 1924 they had a flag, which later was the state of Syria’s flag. *in the years 1925 and 1926 nationalist commotion against French rule develops into a national uprising. *the French were rejected their mandate in 1925 -what happens to good people in Syria now? (Information from Washington post 11/21/15) *many doctors, surgeons and nurses go to Aleppo. * Aleppo was once a cosmopolitan city but now it is a horrible place to be. *(Aleppo is the largest city in Syria, it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.) *in Aleppo, snipers kill people that are waiting in soup lines, and airstrikes kill innocent families that are sleeping * the people that are still in Aleppo are there because they are too poor, sick, or they just refuse to leave *the doctors that go there, who are good people are tortured, imprisoned, or even killed if they are caught treating “the other side.” *there is an underground field hospital where a group of Syrian doctors and nurses are working. *just one day is horrible the doctors would be in their scrubs and they would be covered in blood and even the ground was covered with blood. *they would have to take turns covering up the dead with blankets. *these doctors risk their lives to save innocent lives, but many are killed or tortured.