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    While both Iran and Iraq, the two most powerful states in the Persian Gulf, had boarder disputes dating back to 1501, Iraq has always had a long history of conflicts with its neighboring countries but none more conspicuously than Iran. Historians believe that the forty battles of the Iran- Iraq war were fought because of territorial and government disputes. After eight long years, the Iran- Iraq war was adequately more than people had every imagined it to be. The bitter war devastated both countries

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    Thank you for your comment! Now for the response… (My apologies for this will be extensive). Know extensively the history of the Middle East, from the back of my hand without resource. One thing that can agree on was that the system in Baathist Iraq was excellent. There was no corruption being committed by others, due to fear and strictness of Saddam Hussein. The educational system was excellent, as after completing primary and secondary school, you could head to a well-managed university. Prices

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    The Iraq Invasion Of Iraq

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    The Iraq Invasion is definitely a subject of immense controversy regarding whether or not it was the appropriate action by the United States. Should the United States have interfered in Iraqi affairs? What was the real intention of accusing Iraq for having weapons of mass destruction and holding them accountable for the 9/11 terrorist attacks even though they were innocent of both allegations? Did the U.S. media cover all the truth in Iraq? Was the main purpose of the invasion the greed of oil

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    Cultural Awareness of Iraq What exactly is the true definition of culture in regards to a country or society? Culture can be defined in a vast number of different ways all depending on who’s asked. Characteristics of culture can include shared beliefs, values, customs, and behaviors. Characteristics such as these have been passed down from generation to generation to help create the culture seen in Iraq today. It is important to be aware of the cultural characteristics of Iraq. It is also important

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    Iraq Essay

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    Iraq, is officially named “The Republic of Iraq”. The country is located in Asia. The media of Iraq was very under the radar until the year of 2003, after the Iraq war. The laws of having only one news station were abolished. Journalists were allowed the freedom to report the news, as they saw it first hand. Iraq is also one of the most strategic land of business opportunities in the middle east. In the middle east, Iraq is known to be of extremely high quality, in their education. It is taught in

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    The Iraq-Iraq War

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    case with Iraq, which is an oil rich country and has the second largest oil reserves on the Earth. By the end of 1970, Saddam Hussein rose to power in Iraq and established himself as its head. He did not approve of the radical islamic ideas booming in Iran and slowly making their way to Iraq and it was during this time when Iraq invaded Iran, over the disputed Shatt-Al-Arab waterway that divided both the countries. The US, Europe, and other countries of the Persian “Oil” gulf financed Iraq in this

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    Iraq Essay

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    The Republic of Iraq is a country that has gone through extreme damages due to multiple wars causing a lot of harm to its people, wildlife, and the environment. It is a country governed by democracy and is rich in history as it became independent from Britain and Saddam Hussein's Ba'ath Party. Air Defense Artillery was able to show its capabilities when they intercepted a tactical ballistic missile that was launched from Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2013. Because of this event, Kuwait was

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    Iraq Dishes

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    distinct cultures that have a variety of cuisines and techniques for preparing them. This paper will discuss in depth two different dishes that come from different regions and how its sustainability impacts its social-cultural resilience. Baghdad, Iraq and Gaza, Palestine both deal with political and environment factors that impact their dishes, but sustainability in Gaza is less complex because its dish ingredients are not harm by governmental regulations and its geography provides a vast range

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    This was a war between Iran and Iraq occurring on September 22,1980. This war ended up taking a lot of lives as it’s very tragic. It started off when Iraq attacked Iran along the country's border. Iraq mainly attacked to get there oil producing because of the value they could get. When they attacked it was basically a win for them as they then advanced. When they advanced they went into khuzestan but they came in very cautiously and carefully. After all of the attacking they captured one of their

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    The United States invasion of Iraq proved to be a catastrophic event. Aside from resulting in a high number of fatalities,the war also demolished stability in the Middle East. With that in mind, we can only wonder how the American people weren't able to foresee such events. The United Nations security Council foresaw some of the consequences. The question is why didn't America? The only difference between the United States and the rest of the first world at that time was the September 11th terrorist

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