When you’re a seasoned traveler, you might have an idea of what a Syrian city is like.
But it’s not always as clear as you think.
You may have heard of the Syrian Arab Army, the main armed forces in the country.
The Syrian National Council, or SNC, is the official political party of President Bashar al-Assad.
You might also have heard the Syrian National Guard, the army-backed Syrian military, which oversees the military operations in Syria.
Then there’s the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the group formerly known as ISIS.
If you’ve ever heard of ISIL, it’s because it’s a major player in the Syrian conflict.
And if you’ve never heard of Syria, it could be because you don’t have a clear picture of the country, its politics, and its geography.
For most of us, Syria isn’t a country at all.
We’re just living it.
For many of us who’ve been to Syria, the conflict there has been a defining moment in our lives, something we’re just now starting to talk about.
We can talk about what it was like, how it was fought, and how it came to be.
We could talk about how we came to live in a war zone in the first place, and we could talk, among other things, about what’s happened to the country since the war began.
There’s a lot we don’t know about Syria and what we’ve learned about it since then.
That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the most important things we’ve been able to find out about Syria.
If you’re traveling to Syria to see the Syrian civil war, you may have noticed that the country is one of the few places on Earth where you can’t get a guided tour.
And it’s probably the most common reason people are turning to guided tours.
There are only a handful of tour operators in Syria, but they’re all trying to survive in a hostile environment.
They can’t afford to go into war-torn territory.
And there’s a whole slew of regulations that govern how the tour operator is allowed to operate in Syria’s war-ravaged cities.
These restrictions come from a complex set of rules, regulations, and laws that are enforced by the SNC and the Syrian government.
And they can be very confusing to navigate.
This guide is designed to help guide you through some of the more complicated rules governing tour operators operating in Syria and their rights to operate.
Before we dive into this guide, it may be helpful to know that the SDF, the Syrian Democratic Forces, or the Democratic Union Party (PYD), are the armed wing of the Free Syrian Army.
The SDF and PYD have taken control of a number of areas, including Raqqa and Aleppo, and the SAA has taken over most of the city of Raqqa.
There is a long history of conflict in Syria dating back to the Syrian Civil War, and Syria has been at war for more than two decades.
But Syria’s civil war began with a popular uprising in 2011 that toppled President Bashar Assad.
The civil war quickly turned into a full-blown conflict, with more than 40,000 people killed in the war, according to the United Nations.
The conflict is the largest civil conflict in the Middle East, and it has devastated much of the Middle Eastern region.
The war has also displaced millions of Syrians.
The world is watching.
As of January 2016, the U.N. estimates that around one million people have been internally displaced, with another 6 million Syrians internally displaced.
In addition to war, Syria’s armed opposition is fighting the Syrian state.
In many ways, Syria is a country that’s been under siege for years, with the war in Syria often a proxy battle between the Syrian regime and the various armed opposition groups.
This is especially true of Aleppo, the city that was once Syria’s commercial capital.
Aleppo has been the scene of some of Syria’s most brutal battles, with hundreds of civilians killed and countless others wounded by government shelling.
Aleppo’s war has been one of its longest, with many of the region’s residents living in fear of being killed or displaced.
Aleppo is one the world’s largest and most heavily populated cities, with an estimated 10 million people.
In 2017, the war there cost the Syrian people more than $1.7 billion.
Aleppo was home to a number more than 1 million people when it was hit by a massive artillery bombardment in March 2017.
The government blamed the attacks on rebel forces.
Since then, the government has launched a number other attacks, killing dozens of people and causing massive destruction.
Syria has become the most dangerous place in the world to travel to.
The country has seen its civilian population fall by nearly half over the past decade.
The number of Syrian civilians has dropped from 3.5 million in 2015 to less than 1.8 million in 2017