Iraq Essays

  • Diversity In Iraq

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    Obvious Diversity in Iraq with an Ambiguous Identity, - Kurds as a Case Study* - Sidqi M.S.Yassen University of Dohuk Kurdistan Region –Iraq Sidqi.yassen@uod.ac Sidqi2004@yahoo.com Mob: 009647504996535 ABSTRACT This paper aims at showing the problem of ethnic, religion and linguistic diversity in Iraq which effects negatively on Iraqi Identity. This diversity is regarded as one of the most obstacle of instability in Iraq since the beginning of the 20th century. Differences and varieties were

  • Iran Iraq War Analysis

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    Background The Iran-Iraq War is an important conflict for study due to its significant impacts not only regionally but also globally. It was a total and conventional war fought between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Iraq, between 1980 and 1988. A number of short-term and long-term factors led to war breaking out on 22nd September 1980 when the Iraqi Air Force launched attacks surprise attacks on Iranian military airbases including Tehran with hopes to destroy their air force very

  • Iraq War Research Paper

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    The issue of the Iraq war is still one of the most controversial wars that the United States has ever led. Before the 9/11 attacks, the United States starting a war against Iraq, would have been highly unlikely. In 2003, the United States backed by the United Kingdom, decided to invade Iraq. One of the main reasons that led to this decision was the fact that Iraq was thought to have weapons of mass destruction, which would pose a threat both to the United States of America and, by extension, to the

  • War On Iraq: Movie Analysis

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    This was one of the first movies to describe the war on Iraq after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The movie takes a look on the daily life of a bomb squad. The protagonist gives a look into the mind of a USA soldier during the war on terrorism. US Army Sergeant First Class Will James, Sergeant JT Sanborn and Specialist Owen Eldridge comprise the Bravo Company's bomb disposal unit currently stationed in Baghdad. James is the tech team leader. When James arrives on the scene, Bravo Company has thirty-nine

  • Iran-Iraq War Analysis

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    The reader will first be provided with a brief introduction that will discuss the events that led to the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq War, as well as some of the major events that took place during the war. Then, this essay will examine the main reasons for U.S. involvement in the war. First will be discussed the U.S. strategy in the Middle East prior to the outbreak of the war, before analyzing the Americans' most important strategic interests in the region that led not only to their involvement in

  • Petraeus Critical Thinking Process During The Invasion Of Mosul, Iraq

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    importance of being proficient on applying critical and creative thinking process. Moreover, I will provide assertive examples using Major General (MG) David Petraeus’s critical thinking and problem solving process experiences during the invasion of Mosul, Iraq. The Mosul’s invasion was full of suitable and deprived decisions. Nonetheless, all decisions went through a critical thinking process in order to find possible solutions for the post-conflict problems. MG Petraeus reached Mosul in a moment in which

  • Rhetorical Analysis: Why We Should The Fight Against Iraq

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    anti-war rallyist by using scesis onomaton to emphasis his views on why invading Iraq is unreasonable. He signifies that this war is an unrealistic decision by saying that “a dumb...rash war” would only cause more tension between nations. Obviously, he was not anticipating a clear answer because he knew that President Bush would not be able to defend his argument on why the American people should fight against Iraq. Obama brings attention to his audience by repeating similar words like “dumb” and

  • Democracy In Iraq

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    amount of difficulties in establishing democracy is Iraq. Iraq is a Muslim country and unlike Western countries, has been ruled mainly by religion instead of by an actual government. Equality is a very important principle, without which no country can be purely democratic. Iraq is incapable of forming a Western-style democracy because of many social, political, cultural, and religious factors that don’t allow the formation of equality. Socially, Iraq is very different from most other countries. It

  • Iraq Economic Sanctions

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    Economic Sanctions on Iraq Trade is a basic economic concept which is the exchange of service and goods between a buyer and seller, trade have a lot of advantages and in the other side disadvantages, the advantages of trade its increased the economic growth also low prices the consumers will benefit from that the disadvantages its affect the local producers and small business, the countries who have a trade with Iraq are suffered from the economic sanctions, The economic sanctions is a decision

  • Essay On Christmas In Iraq

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    Christmas in Iraq The Christian homes in Iraq practice a unique ceremony that is held in the home's courtyard on Christmas Eve. One of the children in the family recites the tale of the Nativity from an Arabic Bible. Other individuals from the family hold lit candles and, when the recitation finishes, a bonfire is lit in one corner of the courtyard. The fire is made of dried thorns and the fortune of the house for the year ahead relies on the way the fire burns. If the thorns burn to ashes, the family

  • Hazrat Khalifat Analysis

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    the time.Rome and Persia,and the flag of islam was hoisted in iraq,syria,palestine,egypt and persia.By following the principles of islam,the muslim ensured fair dealings and justice among the people of the occupied territories and islam soon spread throughout those countries. THE CONQUEST OF IRAQ: When hazrat umar bacame khalifah,the muslim forces were already engaged in war with iraq and syria.In those days the persians governed iraq while the romans ruled over syria.after becoming the leader of

  • Home Of The Brave Film Analysis

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    Home of the Brave is a 2006 drama directed by Irwin Winkler (b. 1931). Financially, like most Iraq war films produced while the war is still raging (Eberwein, p. 134), it is considered a flop as it only earned $499,620 out of an initial budget of $12 million (Box Office). It features a mixed acting crew of (known / unknown) actors. Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Biel are cast in lead roles, and they eclipse most of the other performers. An MGM distribution, the film was released on December 15 with

  • Middle Eastern Monarchies

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    Many Middle Eastern monarchs lost their thrones to populist nationalist movements. Yet in the 21st century, a handful of monarchies remain and thrive. Because all of the major surviving monarchies are in the Middle East, many writers point to traditional Islamic rule as the key to the survival of these regimes. Among Middle Eastern monarchies, regime-led state formation and nation building have produced a flexible form of rule that has survived the challenges of rapid development and international

  • Persuasive Essay On Iraq Refugees

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    To Whomever It May Concern, Though there are many different opinions on the matter, the United States should allow refugees from Syria and Iraq to resettle in our country. I feel like this because what is happening to the refugees in their own countries could almost be called a holocaust reprise. They are being targeted because of their religion which is exactly what happened to the Jews in WWII. The refugees are just looking for a place where they can be open about what they believe without

  • Essay On Lawrence Of Arabia

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    Known, as Levant famously-the states of Syria, Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, and Egypt and Turkey were entangled in such precarious division that still continues to serve the major ethnic and sectarian fault-lines in the region. Though today’s map of the Middle East presents a different

  • The Early Islamic Period

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    The early Islamic period has an undeniable impact on shaping the Middle East. In the pre-Islamic age, Sassanid and Byzantine Empires were superior forces in the Middle East, which had their own political autonomy and civilization. However, the emergence of Islamic civilization, the superiority and impact of these two empires broke down, and the Middle East started to be reshaped and ruled by Arab-Muslims. The early Islamic era contributed significant alterations to the Middle East, including the

  • Sectarian Conflict In Pakistan

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    Sectarianism hatred arising from attaching importance to perceived differences between subdivisions within a group, such as between different denominations of a religion, nationalism, class, regional or factions of a political movement. Abstract: The history of sectarian conflict in Pakistan is as old as the existence of this country. Yet, the intensification of sectarian divide in Pakistan was observed during late 1970s and early 1980s because of domestic political changes and the implications

  • The Yellow Bird Analysis

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    not express human possession over war. Instead, Powers personifies war. Humans do not control war, rather, war controls humans. In less then ten words, the reader understands that The Yellow Birds is not a glorified memoir of a soldier’s accounts in Iraq. Bartley is not a hero, and Powers never destines him to be one. As Bartley, the main character of the novel, confesses, the American soldiers “were not destined at all” (Powers, ch. 1). Bartley is the war’s prey. And though Bartley, unlike his friend

  • The Hezbollah Organization

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    Hezbollah is an organization that adheres to Khomeini's ideology and represents an "umbrella" for the various Shiite radicals. The organization was set up in 1982 after the Galilee war for the establishment of peace in Lebanon and following the increase of Iranian presence and its influence in the area. The Hezbollah Organization was founded as a body of Shia fundamentalists led by clerics who saw a solution for Lebanese political shortcomings in adopting Iranian doctrine. It also referred to the

  • Five Themes Of Geography In Saudi Arabia

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    Location Absolute location is a mathematical and precise location of a country. The absolute location of the Saudi Arabia is 25 00 N, 45 00 E. Relatively, the Saudi Arabia is located in the Middle East; north of Yemen and Oman; and South of Iraq and Jordan. Saudi Arabia is also bordering the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea. Source: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/resources/the-world-factbook/geos/sa.html Place The physical characteristics of Saudi Arabia can be broken down