Why are the US frontline doctors fighting for healthcare in the middle east?

Posted July 25, 2018 03:53:54The US has a long history of backing repressive regimes.

The last time the US backed a repressive regime in the Middle East was during the Vietnam War, when the US provided financial and other support for the regime in order to prevent it from achieving independence.

Since the end of the Cold War, however, the US has had a different agenda in the region.

The US, like all the countries that have supported the same regimes, have been in pursuit of hegemony.

The United States wants to maintain its military and economic hegemony in the global economy.

In a region that is increasingly divided, the United States is hoping to make sure that it has the most powerful and powerful military in the world.

The US supports the Saudi-led Saudi-allied coalition that is trying to destabilise Syria, including by launching attacks on civilians.

The coalition has also launched air strikes against Shia militias in Iraq.

The United States has also been supporting the Iranian-backed Lebanese Shia militia Hezbollah, which is also fighting in Syria.

The support the US provides to the Saudi Arabia-allies has resulted in the Lebanese government and its allies in Lebanon being targeted with rockets, bombs, and other weaponry.

The situation in Lebanon has deteriorated rapidly.

The Lebanese government has been hit by a number of terrorist attacks, including a suicide bombing on the airport that killed many people.

The government has also faced attacks from groups loyal to the Syrian regime.

Meanwhile, the Syrian army has been advancing towards the border with Israel.

The Syrian government has announced that it is withdrawing from the border.

The Syrian government and the Lebanese Shia militias are now facing each other in the war in Lebanon.

Hezbollah is backed by Iran, which has also intervened militarily in the country.

The Lebanese government is also supporting the Syrian government in its efforts to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Assad.

The conflict has also spilled over into Lebanon, where the Lebanese army has attacked the Syrian border with Lebanon and has also threatened to attack Israel.

The war in Syria has also resulted in many civilian casualties.

The Israeli government has accused the Syrian authorities of using indiscriminate weaponry to target civilians in the Syrian cities of Latakia and Hama.

In the wake of the Syrian military offensive, Hezbollah fighters have been able to infiltrate and take over several Lebanese military bases in the area.

Israel has also begun to attack Hezbollah fighters in Syria, targeting military bases and military infrastructure, including the Lebanese Army headquarters.

Israel also has been sending weapons and fighters to the Lebanese Shi’a militias, which are also fighting the Syrian Government in Syria against the Syrian people.

The Iranian-Iranian backed Syrian government is now trying to gain more control over the border areas between Lebanon and Syria.

The Hezbollah-led government is fighting back.

The fight against the Hezbollah and the Syrian Assad regime is being waged on several fronts.

The Iranian-led Syrian government aims to regain control over parts of Syria that are in its control.

The Assad regime aims to restore the old borders that existed after the fall of the Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century.