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W and iraq war
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W and iraq war
W and iraq war
W and iraq war
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  • -saddam Hussein was born on April 28, 1937, in the village of Al-Awja in central Iraq.-in 1957, at age 20, Saddam joined the Ba'ath Party, whose ultimate ideological aim was the unity of Arab states in the Middle East. So he thought he was the leader of the arab world.-but survived. Saddam was shot in the leg. Several of the would-be assassins were caught, tried and executed, but Saddam and several others managed to escape to Syria, where Saddam stayed briefly before fleeing to Egypt, where he attended law school.He also nationalized Iraq's oil industry, just before the energy crisis of 1973, which resulted in massive revenues for the nation so became even more powerful. In 1979, when al-Bakr attempted to unite Iraq and Syria, in a move that would have left Saddam effectively powerless, Saddam forced al-Bakr to resign, and on July 16, 1979, Saddam Hussein became president of Iraq. After that he called for an assembly of the Ba’ath party. Around 70 names.
  • From September 22, 1980 to August 20, 1988, after years of intense conflict that left hundreds of thousands dead on both sides, a ceasefire agreement was finally reached.228 billion dollars were directly expended , and almost 400 billion dollar of damages (must likely to oil facilities) Both countries supported rebel movments against the other. Iranians were supporting group of people or a shia party that tried more than once to kill high rank Iraqi governores. And Saddam helped the activists or the anti government in Iran by providing weapon and killing the shia in Iraq. Kuzestan an are know for its extensive oil fields. The attack went successfully and sadam captured the city. But the iranina resistance proved strong and got the city back after few of battles. War continued by attacking oil tanks from both side. Iraqies used aircraft to sank the tankers and iranian used helicopters. THE ARABIC REGION SUPPORTED SADAM.
  • -When George W. Bush (Jr.) first came to power in 2001, the chances of war in Iraq grew rapidly. According to The Finer Times report, Bush accused Iraq of starting to develop weapons of mass destruction and to ensure UN weapons inspectors were allowed full access to Iraq -Iraq countered this by saying there were no weapons of mass destruction and that they were not allowing UN weapons. -However, through late 2002 into 2003 Iraq reluctantly allowed weapons inspectors back in the country and were seen to be making progress, nevertheless this did not stop the US pushing issues further. Also, during that same period the UK through Tony Blair were backing President Bush whole heartedly.- The first teams into Iraq actually went in during the summer of 2002 and these were covert CIA operatives-On march 20th 2003 the Iraq war started.
  • -It is worth mentioning that although the expenses were accurately projected by Bush White House economic policy adviser Lawrence Lindsey (around $100-200 billion).-Bush administration’s initial estimates were about thirty times too low, it was estimated at $50 billion to $60 billion
  • Deaths of Iraqi civilians and combatants were more difficult to track because of a lack of reliable official figures. All counts and estimates of Iraqi deaths are highly disputed. And according to BBC’s report, the organization Iraq Body Count has been collating civilian deaths using cross-checked media reports and other figures such as morgue records.There have been between 97,461 and 106,348 civilian deaths up to July 2010
  • According to the latest figures from the US Department of Defense, the US has lost 4,487 service personnel in Iraq since the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom on 19 March 2003.When the last US combat troops left on 31 August 2010, 4,421 had been killed , of which 3,492 were killed in action and almost 32,000 had been wounded in action. According to BBC’s report, since then, 66 have died of which 38 were killed in action in what was called Operation New Dawn. 305 have been wounded in action since 1 September 2010.
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    • 1. By Ahmed, Abdulelah,Mazin, Mufti
    • 2. • Sunni and Shia.• Iran and Iraq war.• Gulf War.• War of Iraq.Introduction
    • 3. • Muslims are divided into two groups Sunnahand Shia.• They are two different doctrines of IslamReligion.• They have different beliefs in their owns.• Sunnah is the majority while Shia is minorityin the Middle East.sunnah and shia
    • 4. sunnah and shia RegionsSunnah ShiaIran10% 90%Iraq50% 50%Kuwait85% 15%Saudi Arabia95% 5%
    • 5. The Conflict between Sunnah andShia In Saudi Arabia
    • 6. • Born on April 28,1937.• In 1957 joined the Ba’ath Party.• Syria then law school in Egypt.• July 16,1979 Became a president of IraqSaddam
    • 7. • For almost a decade.• 228 million of expenses and 400 billion ofdamages.• Both were rising nations.• KhuzestanIraq- Iran war
    • 8. GulfWar 1990•1990:•May 28-30, Saddam Hussein declareoil overproduction by Kuwait andUnited Arab Emirates is "economicwarfare" against Iraq.•July 22, Iraq begins military buildupagainst Kuwait.•August 7, Saudi Arabia requests U.S.troops to defend against possibleIraqi attack.•August 9, First U.S. military forcesarrive in Saudi Arabia.•August 10, Hussein declares a"jihad" or holy war against the U.S.and Israel.
    • 9. Gulf War 1991•1991:•January 12, Congress grants President Bush authority to wage war.•January 22, Iraq begins blowing up Kuwaiti oil wells.•February 8, Total U.S. troops in Gulf now over half million.•February 22, President Bush issues 24-hour ultimatum: Iraq must withdrawfrom Kuwait to avoid start of ground war.•February 25, Iraqi Scud missile hits U.S. barracks in Dhahran, SaudiArabia, killing 28 U.S. soldiers.•February 27, Coalition forces enter Kuwait City. U.S. 1st Armored Divisionfights battle of Medina Ridge against Iraqi Republican Guard in Iraq.President Bush declares Kuwait liberated.
    • 10. IraqWar George W. Bush in 2001 Iraq countered this by saying NO. Through late 2002 into 2003 Iraq reluctantly allowedweapons inspectors. CIA operatives. March 20th 2003
    • 11. Iraq war CivilWar Lawrence Lindsey around $100-200 billion. Estimated at $50 billion to $60 billion.
    • 12. Iraqi Civilian Deaths March 2003 – July 2010• And according to BBC’s report, the organization Iraq Body Count has been collating civiliandeaths using cross-checked media reports and other figures such as morgue records.• There have been between 97,461 and 106,348 civilian deaths up to July 2010 according toIBC .
    • 13. US Military Deaths, Iraq, March 2003 – July 2010• According to the latest figures from the US Department of Defense, the US has lost 4,487service personnel in Iraq since the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom on 19 March 2003.• When the last US combat troops left on 31 August 2010, 4,421 had been killed , of which3,492 were killed in action and almost 32,000 had been wounded in action.• According to BBC’s report, since then, 66 have died of which 38 were killed in action inwhat was called Operation New Dawn. 305 have been wounded in action since 1September 2010.
    • 14. We are all agree on that thereshouldn’t be War in Iraq and Bushshouldn’t get into that war.Advice

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