What is the outcome for Iraq in the Iraq war?
The outcome of this war for Iraq will ultimately mean freedom. America (with allied help) has freed Iraq of their tyrant leader and is aiding them with the creation of an army and new government. Unless President Obama pulls American troops out too early, in which case the people of Iraq will suffer great loses in terrorist attacks.
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No nation is at war with Iraq. Trying to establish law, order, and stability to the nation.
No nation is at war with Iraq. The US is trying to restore law, order, and stability to Iraq.
The War Came Out Equaly.
It's far too early as of May 2012 to determine the outcome of the Iraq War. The Iraqi Insurgency still continues in the absence of Coalition Forces. Some believe that Iraq wil…l descend into civil war. Some are more optimistic as to the chances that the current democratic government will survive and unite the country.
The US is NOT at war with the Government of Iraq. The US/Coalition, is trying to establish/restore law, order, and stability to the nation. The US is at war with terrorists gl…obally for attacking the USA on September 11, 2001. The terrorists attacked America first, and America has the right to defend itself.
No. Trying to establish law, order and stability to Iraq.
That is the $5,000,000 question, Bush and his entourage of neo conservatives decided to invade Iraq on the pretext that they had and were intending to use weapons of mass dest…ruction, as we all know now there were no WMD's so the real reason for the invasion may never be known to us, some say control of the oil fields was the real reason.
Severe economic sanctions were imposed on the country, such as an embargo (severe restriction on trade with other countries) on Iraqi oil.
The War in Iraq is in Iraq is a tautology. The reason it is called the Iraq War is specifically because it is in Iraq.
it started 2003 and is still going strong 7 years later
No one is at war with Iraq. The United States invaded Iraq under the premise of the existence of weapons of mass destruction. This has since been called in question of legitim…acy. It certainly could have been because they felt that Sadam Husein was violating human rights, or for more selfish or politically motivated reasons. There could be any number of real reason that may not be known to the American people for decades to come.
The Iraqi dictator in question is Saddam Hussein.
Most of the middle East. Afganistan, Iraq, Iran, and probably many more. By Mr. Happy Guy.
There is no such thing as an Iraq-Iraq War. Iran-Iraq War If the question intends to ask about the Iran-Iraq War of1980-1988, several causes of that war include: . Oil-ric…h regions along the border and access to the PersianGulf. . Religion: Saddam Hussein was a Secular Sunni and RuhollahKhomeini was a Fundamental (Usuli) Shiite . Government: Ba'athist State vs. Islamic Republic . Nationalism / Power . The two countries had a long history of border disputes, goingright back to when the countries were the kingdoms of Mesopotamia(modern Iraq) and Persia (Iran). . Iraq wanted the new and unstable Iranian government tofall. . Saddam Hussein sought domination of the Middle East. . Radical Islam threatened to spread into Iraq from Iran. . Territorial disputes between Iran & Iraq. . Iraq was aiming to replace Iran as the dominant Persian Gulfstate . Saddam Hussein wanted to annex the Ahwaz Arabs (who were underPersian Occupation in Iran) Iraqi Insurgency If the question intends to ask about the current Iraqi Insurgency,there are a vast number of reasons as to why Iraq boiled into CivilWar when the United States arrived. Saddam Hussein had a verystrong grip on the country and as soon as he was forced to let go,all of the different issues he had held at bay (through veryautocratic and violent means) came to the fore. 1) Sunni-Shiite Conflict: The religiousdifferences between Sunnis and Shiites (both variants of Islam inthe same way that Orthodox and Catholic are variants ofChristianity) are not terribly important for the purposes ofunderstanding this conflict. The religions function as ethnicgroups. The Shiites have been the majority population in LowerMesopotamia for nearly 700 years but have never been in power. Tokeep power over them, the Sunnis repressed and tortured Shiites.The promise of democracy means that the Shiites would have powerfor the first time in Iraq's history and many Sunnis are scared ofShiite retribution, leading them to fight the Shiites to keep themrepressed. 2) Mawali-Arab Conflict: The Mawali (non-ArabMuslims) in Iraq are quite numerous. The most famous group ofMawali in Iraq are the Kurds, but they are not alone. The Kurdshave wanted to pull away from Iraq for a very long time and createan independent Kurdish State because of how horribly Saddam Husseintreated the Kurds. The Arabs, however, want to maintain the Kurdishregions of northern Iraq because they contain a number of OilFields and they do not want to instigate conflict with Turkey,which would oppose any independent Kurdish State. Kurds have alsobeen incredibly supportive of the American Invasion and its respectfor their lifestyle and Peshmerga (the Kurdish Militia). This hasalso engendered hatred from the Arabs on account of the Sentimentof Humiliation. 3) Sentiment of Humiliation: Iraqis see the UnitedStates as a Western occupying power not unlike the Colonial Empiresof Britain and France which previously occupied the region. Theyfeel humiliated that once again, they were unable to properlydefend themselves and are at America's mercy. Some groups (like theKurds and Christians) approve of the American presence, but mostArabs strongly disapprove of a continued American stay in Iraq andbegan to react violently to promote American withdrawal. Al Qaedapicked up on this sentiment and moved into Iraq to further fosterjihadist reactions. 4) Muslim-Christian Conflict: This conflict isrelatively one-sided since the Iraqi Christians have neither thefacilities nor the disposition to violently engage the Iraqi Muslimpopulation, but many Muslims in Iraq mistake Christians in Iraq forbeing in an alliance with the Christian American forces andEuropean forces in general because of their friendship with theconquerors. The affability that Christians in the Arab World showEuropeans is usually respect for the elimination of the DhimmiStatus and the Promotion of Equal Rights as opposed to being anindication of a long-standing political alliance. However, the merenotion of the fifth column brings many Iraqi Muslims to violence. 5) Localized Tribal Conflicts: Iraq is composed ofnumerous well-defined tribes. Each Iraqi (whether Arab or Mawali,Christian or Muslim) knows what tribe he belongs to by birth. Thesetribes regulate everything about a person from who he can talk to,to whom he can do business with, to what his faith must be, andeven where he can live. Numerous different tribes compete overlocal resources and it is not uncommon that the bloodiest conflictsarise between two tribal elders from different tribes squabblingover three or four city blocks. Moqtada al-Sadr was probably themost famous tribal elder so inclined to use violence to solve hisproblems with neighboring tribes and the Americans.
Some possibilities include: . Iraqi Insurgency Developments . The lack of a direct opposition to Iranian westward influential expansion . The deaths of over 1.5 million I…raqi civilians . The massive increase in American military suicides . The hundreds of billions to trillions of dollars expended on fighting the war . The Rise of Shiite Islamism in Iraq