How do you say Iraq in Iraq?
Iraq is not a language. Iraqis speak Arabic and the name for Iraq in Arabic is Al-Iraq which is pronounced Al-ee-raw-k.
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Iraq is a country
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 th…e Persian Gulf, between Iran and Kuwait. 34 o 00 N, 43 o 00 E Iraq is on the continent of Asia . It is also on a sub-continent called the Middle East.
for oil. the official reason is that we are trying to establish democracy/peace there (Iraq never asked us for democracy, that isn't necessarily the best form of govt.). 2nd …answer: Not for oil. After the war started, Iraq did not pump any oil for years, and is now only starting to pump some oil. The real reason the US went into Iraq is threefold: 1. It was feared that the unrest and wholesale murders caused by the Iraqi government would lead to wars all over the middle east. If that happened, our ally, Israel (Where many of our vegetables, like tomatoes come from) would certainly be attacked and destroyed by the Arabic power: Saudi Arabia for one, Syria and Iraq, too. 2. During the time that the US intelligence agencies were closely watching Iraq's leader, Sadaam Hussein, they found some verified evidence that Iraq some weapons that would cause amounts of damage and casualties if they were used. (Most likely on Israel) This was plenty of reason to go into Iraq and disable their major weapons systems. It turned out later that the Iraqis did not have those weapons, but the information about them was turned out by the Iraqi government propaganda people. The reason? Iran was rattling their swords again, and threatening to invade Ira1. Iraq's army was not nearly big enough or well-wnough equipped to fight off the Iranian army. As far as hidden weapons in Iraq was concerned, the US and United Nations DID find a number of buried weapons sites, one of which was composed of a squadron of modern MiG fighter jets. 3. The honorable president, George W. Bush had as his advisor his father, the former president George H.W. Bush, who had been severely criticized during his presidency for not going in and capturing Sadaam Hussein. The elder Bush wanted badly for his son, the president, to correct that error by going to war with Iraq.
Iraq is in some part of Asia, you should look on google to look for a map for asia. . Iraq is part of the Middle East, which is part of Asia.. It is:. South of eastern Tur…key. West of Iran (Persia). North/West of the Persian Gulf (a sea, not a country). North of Sad Arabia & Kuwait. East of Jordan. South/East of Syria
I am from Iraq my name is Abdulrahman so i know how you say hello in my language we say elu it is a bit like french but you pronounce it differently we do say salamun alaikum …but that does not mean hello because any of the muslim's say salamun alaikum~~~
You say "Shukran" (emphasis on the "Shuk"), or, if you are very grateful: "Shukran JazEElan"
Ahlan wasahlan lel eraak.
sounds like SHUKRAM/n? - last letter sounds between M and N.
How are you = Keef halik
Mom is Ommi (Ø£Ù ÙÙ), Mother is Waaleda (ÙØ§ÙØ¯Ø©).
Well Iraq's official language is Arabic. Fire in Arabic isØ§ÙÙØ§Ø± and pronounced An-Nar.
Iraq is a multilingual country. In the Arabic-speaking portions they use the word 3alka (Ø¹ÙÙØ©). In the Kurdish speaking portions the word is BenÃ®Åt (Ø¨Ù…ÙØ´Øª). (It is worth noting that Kurdish has two major dialects, Sorani, which is more popular in Iraq and is written with the Arabic alphabet, and Kurmanji, which is more popular in Turkey - and the Kurdish world overall, which is written with the Arabic Alphabet. Both spellings of Benisht, in Kurmanji and Sorani are provided above.)
you have to convert it to Arabic. search for an audio English to Arabic translator. Ù Ø±ØØ¨Ø§
Iraq has three main languages and numerous minority tongues. Thetwo main languages are Iraqi Arabic, Kurmanji Kurdish, and SoraniKurdish. In Iraqi Arabic, the most common lang…uage, "I love you"would be: "Ana bohebak" (Ø£ÙØ§ Ø¨ØØ¨Ù). As I do not speak any Kurdishdialect, someone else will have to provide those translations.