The Iraqi Civil War Analysis

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The Iraqi Civil War is an ongoing armed conflict in the Middle East.
In 2014, the Iraqi insurgency escalated into a civil war with the conquest of Fallujah and Mosul and major areas in northern Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS). This has resulted in the forced resignation of the Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, airstrikes by the United States, Iran, Syria, and at least a dozen other countries, the participation of Iranian troops and military aid provided to Iraq by Russia.
This war has been going on for far too long and has benefited no has only hurt people caused damage and mass distruction.According to UNHCR, there are 1.9 million internally displaced people in the country and 2 million refugees …show more content…

After four years of US occupation, Iraq suffers from extreme unemployment and poverty, with over 4 million internally and externally displaced refugees. The country's infrastructure is in ruins and US reconstruction plans have been mired in fraud, mismanagement and incompetence. Commentators expect the country to suffer from the effects the war for years to come.” This evidence shows that not only is this war costing Iraq millions of dollars it also effecting America.This also has to do with America always sticking their nosey nose into everything and sending troops for every little thing.And where do you think they are getting all of this money from .OUR tax dollars.We are paying for a war that we never agreed to participate …show more content…

Arsonists badly burned the National Library and looters pillaged the National Museum. Looters also damaged or destroyed many historic buildings and artifacts. The US constructed a military base on the site of ancient Babylon. Coalition forces destroyed or badly damaged many historic urban areas and buildings, while thieves have ruined thousands of incomparable, unprotected archeological sites.Also, a new article by Marina Lostal on the recent destruction of cultural heritage in Iraq. Iraqi officials have reported that, last Saturday 7 of March, the Islamic State destroyed Hatra, a 2,000-year-old fortified city around 100 km south-west of Mosul. The Islamic State is believed to have bulldozed the site and looted the cultural artifacts housed inside, including gold and silver objects. The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, has declared that “the destruction of Hatra marks a turning point in the appalling strategy of cultural cleansing underway in Iraq.”This shows that during the war countries are disregarding the beauty and culture of Iraq destroying them. The same way they disregard the residence .

People tend to justify the war by saying its for the country and the people ,but is it really.This war has accomplished nothing compared to what it

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