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Ba'ath Party

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"Anthem of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party" - Anthem of Ba'ath in Syria

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Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party Anthem - "نشيد حزب البعث العربي الإشتراكي"

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Anthem of the Ba'ath party. [ENGLISH SUB]

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History of The Ba'ath Party- Syria Edition

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History of the post-war Syria: the Baath

The Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party was a political party founded in Syria by Michel Aflaq, Salah al-Din al-Bitar, and associates of Zaki al-Arsuzi. The party espoused Ba'athism, which is an ideology mixing Arab nationalist, pan-Arabism, Arab socialist, and anti-imperialist interests. Ba'athism calls for unification of the Arab world into a single state. Its motto, "Unity, Liberty, Socialism", refers to Arab unity, and freedom from non-Arab control and interference.
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  • History 

  • Rule in Syria, infighting, the 1966 coup and split: 1963–1966 

  • Arab Nation 

  • Peasant and workers 

  • "Unity, liberty, socialism" 

  • Regionalists versus nationalists 

  • The "Arab road to socialism" 

  • Neo-Ba'ath: 1964–1966 

  • Iraq 

  • Jordan 

  • Lebanon 

  • Libya 

  • Syria 

  • Others