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One-third of the land is arable, and one-third is pasturable.The terrain is mostly desert, and home to drought resistant plants such as myrtle, boxwood, and wild olive. Remote areas have wolves, hyenas, and foxes; the desert has lizards, eagles, and buzzards.Syria held its first parliamentary elections in 1932.All the candidates were hand-picked by the French, but once elected, they declined the constitution France had proposed for the country.Some ancient languages are still spoken in parts of the country, including Maalua, Aramaic, and Syriac.As a result of colonial influence, French and English (French in particular) are understood and used in interactions with tourists and other foreigners. The coat of arms displays a hawk, which is the emblem of Muhammad, the founder of the Islamic faith.Anti-French sentiment grew when France turned over control of the Syrian province of Alexandretta to Turkey.
The French drew a straight-line border to separate this territory from British-ruled Transjordan.The flag consists of three horizontal stripes: red on top, white in the middle, and black on the bottom.In the white section are two green stars, symbolizing Islam.Syria had experienced a brief period of independence from 1918–1920, and was dissatisfied with French rule, which ignored the will of the people and did little for the country as a whole.There was a brief insurrection in 19, which the French put down by bombing Damascus.