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  • IRAQ Sunny, Penina, Meng Han, Lynne
  • Introduction
    • We are going to introduce about a genocide of Iraq .
    • Learning about. . .
      • Who killed who?
      • When did it happen?
      • Where did it happen?
    • 4.  Why did it happen?
    • 5.  How many were killed?
    • 6.  How did they kill people?
    Arabs and Kurds 1988, 2003 Iraq For independence Chemical weapons Key words
  • Who killed who?
    • In the genocide war the Arabs killed the Kurds
    • .
  • when did it happen?
      • october 1988
      • 2003
  • where did it happen?
    • It happened in Iraq
  • why did it happen?
      • They wanted independence
      • Arabs wanted to take over Iraq from the Kurds.
  • how many were killed?
        • More than 600,000 Iranians and 375,000 Iraqis were killed during the eighty-year war, and over a million people had become refugees.
  • how did they kill people?
      • They used chemical 
    • weapons to kill people. 
  • Work Cited
      • Barker, Geoff. " Iraq". Mankato: Arctarus publishing, 2008. print
      • Gallagher, Jim. " Causes of the Iraq war" Stockon: OTTN publishing, 2006. print
      • Gold, Allison Leslie. " Frank Anne. 22, April 2010
      • Salih, Khaled. " Anfal: the kurdish Genocide in Iraq." Anfal: the kurdish Genocide in Iraq. Gvteborgs unibersited, N. D, 29, April 2010
      • "wheels within wheels." Economist. 27, march 2010: 52-53. 29 April 2010