according to a "voice of the people" article in the Chicago Tribune,about 1700 as of July 2005
Slowly, over time so that it doesn't seem that we have abandoned
the people we helped to liberate. We should also apply to the new
leader of the country to rent land for a military base. This way,
we continue to have a presence, but only a small amount and for
their protection should they …
Because according to Bush there are weapons of mass destruction there that we can't find. Note: 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines found caches of leathal gasses in the Al Anbar Province in 2007.Because according to Bush Saddam is working with Al Qaeda despite the fact that they are sworn enemies and Osama …
Given the battles between warring factions there, and continued incitements by Iran, the US continues to fight destabilizing armed groups in the country. Despite popular elections and reduced terrorism, the military of the US has more to do before reducing its role in favor of Iraqi forces. Iraq is…
There is no way anyone will ever know how many people Saddam Hussein killed. He did kill many and was feared and hated.
The Iraq War ended on December 16, 2011.
The US attacked Iraq in 2003 based on either misformation or
disinformation, and the stated reasons have changed over time.
The Initial Justification : Weapons of Mass Destruction
The primary reason given by the administration of George W. Bush
was that Saddam Hussein, the leader of Iraq, was eng…
Money that the US has spent in Iraq
The war is costing about $720 million a day or $500,000 a minute. The $720 million figure breaks down into $280 million a day from Iraq war supplementary funding bills passed by Congress, plus $440 million daily in incurred, but unpaid, long-term costs. Not cou…
Because they hate America, of course! (Stupid Question = Stupid Answer)
Actually, not too stupid
What they really hate is the fact that there is a Republican President usurping their natural right to be in charge. If the US loses "Bush's War" they are sure they will regain control so t…
The second war with Iraq started March of 2003.
because the US wanted some oil and this made some people mad.
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Iraq is a parliamentary democracy with confessionalist aspects.
Since March, 2003.
No Effect On Sun
NO. The sun is out for the most hours a day on June 21st. & for the fewest hours a day on December 21st. After December 21st. each day gets a little longer with sunlight thru June 21st. After June 21st. each day gets shorter thru December 21st. & repeats this cycle every …
Why Iraq Was AttackedThe plan and motivation to attack Iraq existed ever since Central Command decided not to continue into Baghdad. Rumsfeld, Cheney, Powell, and especially Wolfowitz had wanted to continue but didn't. The Wolfowitz remained the 'next best thing' ever since the conclusion of the Gul…
(A+)humanitarian needsTechnically, it was supposed to be sanctions by the entire United Nations. Everyone agreed that Sadam had killed far too many and that his invasion of Kuwait was an aggressive act of war. Sadam had openly expressed his admiration for Hitler and wanted to follow his leadership, …
The official language of Iraq is Arabic.
The estimated population in 2011 was 30,400,000.
beside political standpoint you would support your brother and sister
It's not, but - -A loss in Iraq would be a win for the Democrats, but they must lose the war without losing the voters' support. Politicians and other public figures who oppose the war say this because their jobs depend on suppor…
Price and access to the Oil prices and Gas. America's public image internationally. It costs the lives of American citizens.
Answer Oil, Oil, Oil. George W Bush wanted to finish of the job his father started in 1990 and remove Saddam Hussein from power.Other countries were involved not just the US. Many British troops have also died there.
Arabs, kurds, chaldean, assyerians, armeiniansbooob booob
Somewhere around 50,000 Iraqi soldiers were killed. Over 4400 US soldiers lost their lives in that conflict, plus 300 additional coalition troops.
President Bush insisted that Iraq had WMDs. That was a lie. They
didn't it was 100% the US's fault. Iraq did not provoke any sort of
military action against them.
9/11 was also attempted to be connected to Saddam Hussein but it to
this day has no proof in its favor. Or any reason to believe that.
Prior to the Iraq War, no. Saddam Hussein was an ardent Nationalist
Secularist and opposed the Internationalist Islamist agenda of
Al-Qaeda. Both are notably violent philosophies and both are in the
Islamic World, but that is where the similarity ends. Both
people/organizations had a fundamentally d…
The design of Iraq came primarily from the fact that the British
wanted to have the oil fields near Mosul and the oil fields near
Basra in the same country. It also gave them a territory to award
to King Faisal.
The first president of Iraq after the overthrow of the monarchy was Muhammad Najib (Ar-Ruba'i) in 1958. The first president of Iraq since the New Iraqi Constitution (and the only President of Iraq since that point) is Jalal Talabani.
Iraq is a country
Hard to say. Some say it's Islam some say it's muslim
Iraq is populated by Arabs and Kurds (Minority). Major religions are Islam and Christianity (minority).
Iraq is (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT +3 hours, ie. 3 hours ahead of Greenwich England.
(Daylight savings not taken into account.)
The Vietnam War was a time of death. It came soon after the baby boom. Meaning, young men and fathers to families were the ones who went to Vietnam to fight. Letters were the only way of communication to the outside world. When soldiers came back, they sometimes had aftershock mental disabilities fr…
about 1 mill
The air distance from Washington DC to Baghdad, Iraq, is 6,208 miles. That equals 9,991 kilometers. That equals 5,395 nautical miles.
Because according to Bush there are weapons of mass destruction there that we can't find.
Because according to Bush Saddam is working with Al Qaeda despite the fact that they are sworn enemies and Osama Bin Ladin offered Saudi Aravia to fight against Saddam in the first Gulf War.
There could be several responses to the question.The truth might be
far from known.The 911 attacks seem to be the prime motivation to
wage war.Osama Bin Laden believed to be involved in the 911 attacks
and the founder of terrorist organization Al-Qaeda (Born in Saudi
Arabia).It's debatable weather I…
The first Gulf War, in 1991, was caused when Iraq invaded Kuwait.
The second Iraq war, in 2003, was intended to remove Saddam Hussein
from power and came in the wake of the defeat of the Taliban in
The Iraqi government, under the leadership of Saddam Hussein,
openly defied the United Nations repeatedly and threatened the
security of the United States through Saddam's clear intentions of
dominating the Middle East region and thereby providing favorable
conditions for such terror groups as Al Q…
Truly it depends on the season. During the summer months it is hot and dry. The temperature ranges from 80-105 F at night to 110-145 F During the day. The winter months are cold and temperatures can reach below freezing at night. Although it doesn't snow often in the lower portio…
Becuauuuse either to help the U.S or because one of Iraq's people bombed someonewhere the US was so WE TOOK ACTION! WAR ;)
Answer 1 The Iraq War was not an actual war. To engage in a war their has to be a legitimate threat to our sovereignty, which Iraq did not pose. Furthermore, to engage in a "war" you must declare war on a country and give ample legitimate, unequivocal, overwhelmingly compelling evidence of wrong doi…
The spiral minaret on the Mosque of Samarra has approximately 650 steps. -stanggirl258
The big picture on Iraq and the invasion was mainly to(1) take out an unstable dictator that was reckless, unpredictable and on the cusp of or already had WMD. He used biological weapons on his own people slaughtering over 200,000 innocent Kurds. The weaponry they used in the offensive is considered…
The reasons for going to war in Iraq could be argued endlessly, and
many people still feel do not that the United States should have
gone to war in the first place. The original reason was because
they had weapons of mass destruction, and also as an escalation in
relation to 9/11.
In August 1990
I don't know where, but I sat through a briefing last month that said it gets as cold as 10 degrees F.
My buddy just told me that it's currently snowing in Baghdad.
i really dont no
No, We shouldn't...i mean so what if the people in Iraq want to blow each other up...is it any of our bussiness??? NO!
Yes, we should...I mean, take a stab at why we 9/11 happened. Now, guess why it hasn't happened since. Not only are we stopping the Muslim Terrorists from tak…
the name for the Iraq mission is Operation Iraq
Liberation or O.I.L that's the real reason
-- Just a note on the above answer, the mission was actually called
"Operation Iraqi Freedom", which does not work as well with the
It had a dictatorship. Now we are trying to help them establish a republic (but failing miserably). parlimentary democracy
The three most populated cities of Iraq are:
Baghdad - 7.000.000 Basra - 2.000.000 and Arbil - 990.000
Iraq is richer because of the trade and all their economies, Iraq is a rich country and so is Iran but Iraq is richer because of all of the oil they have sold during the war of America and Iraq. In conclusion, Iraq is the richer country.
CAN SOMEONE GIVE A NEUTRAL ANSWER!! THIS IS AN EXAM QUESTION!
Answer Arguments Against Iraq War
Some of the smaller-minded of us would argue that US intervention in Iraq is wrong because our Congress was misled by the Bush Administration on the need to remove Saddam Hussein from power (whi…
Soccer, which is called football there. Iraq has a strong football team and won Asia cup for the year 2008, outstanding player is younis mahmood
so far 4,365 soldiers have been killed in the Iraq war
The Iraq War was not a winnable war for any party because there were no "objectives" that either side was trying to meet. Saddam Hussein was trying to stay in power and failed. The United States tried to build a nation with moderate success, but eventually left the Iraqis to finish the project. The …
Iraq was invaded as the part of geopolitical project "spread of democracy" that suppose to insure US dominance in the region and the world by destroying independent centers of power. There were so many other dubious reasons called over the time like "Weapons of Mass Destruction", "Oil", "Freedom of…
The US has launched wars against Iraq on two distinct occasions.
The US joined the Persian Gulf War of 1990-1991 on January 17, 1991
with bombing raids on Iraqi positions along the Iraqi-Saudi border.
The US joined the Iraq War of 2003-2011 on March 20, 2003 when US
soldiers landed in Iraq and b…
The capital city of Iraq is Baghdad.
However, because of the increasing semi-independence of Iraqi
Kurdistan and the recent (2014) violence in Sunni-dominated Anbar
province and nearby Sunni-majority areas, the government in Baghdad
does not directly control large portions of the country. Therefor…
One of Hussein suicidal bombers got into one of our planes and crashed into one of our buildings in a little thing people call 9/11. People got killed, so to prevent other American people getting killed in America, we took it to Iraq.
1994 Dinars are old Dinars and 13 million of them = 1 New Dinar.
New Dinars were introduced in 1994 and were pegged 1:1 with the Deutsche Mark. The rate of exchange for the previous dinar was, and still is, 1 Deutsche Mark (and hence 1 New Dinar) to about 13 million old Dinars.
See the link below.…
Kirkuk is a city in the north of Iraq that is considered a Kurdish cultural capital and has a Kurdish plurality.
The distance between Kuwait and Iraq (to each other's capitals) is 347 miles.You can go by road - would take you 1 hours to enter Iraq from Kuwait City. In the pedantic sense, as Iraq and Kuwait border each other, you can go from Iraq to Kuwait by simply standing on the border and stepping over, so …
The total amount of soldiers enlisting in to the military since the beginning of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have actually increased. Just because of the wars it has not turned people away from enlisting, with the so called fall of the economy people are looking for that "guaranteed" job and pa…
there are lots of unethical acts in Iraq from both sides. but if war was ethical we would bring Nerf guns and water balloons. ethics go out the door when bullets fly. some factors include: Interrogation and Search and seizure firsthand ive seen the evil face of both sides in the war, even today y…
No DST in Michigan in 1949-1967
No. Daylight Savings Time was not observed in Michigan from 1949-1967.
about 5 minutes--------------------------lol ssoo true
Six countries border Iraq including Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran,
Jordan, Turkey, and Kuwait. Of these, Iran is the largest
country that borders Iraq in population and Saudi Arabia is the
largest country in land-area.
Iraq is located in the Middle East, and has a population of
peanut butter !!
America had started the war, they claimed that they had no choice as Sadam Hussien could be a possible threat. the people who are Jewish and people who are Muslim belive that that is the holy land and hvae been baddling since the b.c.'s
It's in the Middle East; between Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, etc. Check a map of the Middle East for more info. It is located in the middle east Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf, between Iran and Kuwait. 34o00 N, 43o00 E Iraq is on the continent of Asia. It is also on a sub-continent call…
the answer is Sumer, which is located in the modern country of
Iraq. It was the first serious city-state.
Iraq is one of the oldest inhabited places in the world, beginning
with the Sumerian civilization. It gained independence from Great
Britain in 1932.
con is the main problem
The Americans won and the Iraqis retreated back to their homeland to plot a different way to destroy the Americans. After the war the Americans shot missiles at the base of the Iraqis to show they wouldn't want to mess with them. Unfortunately, the above answer is a misconception as the Iraqis were…
No. There are 5 wars in which the United States formally declared
war against a foreign nation, namely, the War of 1812, the
Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I, and
World War II.
Using this strict definition of a declaration of war, the United
States has not formally decla…
Yes it totally is trust me I did not make this up
tiny oil-rich kingdom of Kuwait
Baghdad is the capital of the country of Iraq, which is located on the continent of Asia, and more specifically, the middle east. :)
Yes. However, most Iraqis perceive that government as being a British puppet government as opposed to a free and independent state. Most Iraqis claim independence in 1954 when the Kingdom of Iraq was replaced with the Baathist Republic of Iraq (which survived until 2003).
The estimated population in 2007 was 27,500,000.
Iraqi governmental forces led by Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and their Peshmerga (Kurdish Armed Forces) Allies are attempting to subdue various Iraqi paramilitary groups to keep the nation unified. Neither the United States, nor any other nation is currently involved in that fight.
Approximately 1,000,000 Iranians died and between 250,000 and 500,000 Iraqis died, depending on differing estimates.
Sunnah is a minority Muslim group in Araq. However, there is no critical differences between Sunnah group and the Shiites other group. See for more information the related question listed below.
a multinational force composed largely of United States and United Kingdom troops supported by smaller contingents from Australia, Denmark, Poland and other nations. All of the Arab states and a number of members of the NATO alliance did not publicly support the invasion, while Eastern European stat…
Reasons For Daylight Saving TimeDaylight saving time is meant to save energy specifically electric power. There is more human activity in the early evening than in the early morning. By shifting the time such that it gets dark later, people will use less electric lighting and this saves electricity.…
The US believed that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
Saddam's failed all of his major plans, and this in itself is an Iranian victory. However, due to the fact that Iran failed its objective of overthrowing Saddam's regime, the war ended in a stalemate. When looking at the severe military advantage of Iraq, backed by every superpower in the world inc…
That will depend on where you are starting from. If you are at the
border of a neighbouring country, it would take one step to get
there. If you were somewhere much further away it would take
longer, but you could certainly do it within 36 hours.
There was 155,000 and now in 2011 its down to about 50,000
They helped them back in the 80's-88 Iraq-Iran war. By supplying Saddam's regime with Chemical & Biological weapons to counter Iran's growing power in the region.
peace in the middle east (death to america)