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September 1980 to August 1988.
Osama bin Laden died May 1st, 2011, at age 54.
None at the present time. US has withdrawn its troops.
At the height of hostilities there were close to 175,000 US troops in Iraq, during the surge of 2007. The number of Iraqi troops is unknown, but estimated to have been between half and three quarters of a million. Probably most of them were involved in the defense of Iraq.
In both cases, airplanes were used by foreigners to attack vital points in the United States, resulting in the deaths of many people, Americans and other nationalities. One important distinction must be made, however. In the case of Pearl Harbor, a recognized world power, Japan did the attack. This caused the US to enter World War 11. At the World Trade Center, hijacked American commercial airliners were used to smash into two large office buildings in New York City. No nation took responsibility for the WTC tragedy.
In the actual Cold War, America and the USSR never actually confronted each other militarily. In the Iraq war, some Mid East experts suggest, this became a battleground for two dominant powers in the region: Iran and Saudi Arabia.
While Iran funded Shia insurgents, the Saudis funded al Qaeda.
I See Iraq wins
The Iran-Iraq War of 1980-1988 seems to show that even when Iran is just recovering from an internal revolution and reorganization and Iraq is being supported by half of the West's biggest players the two countries can reach a general stalemate. However, that stalemate was when Iran was in a weaker position than it is today and when Iraq was in a much stronger position than it is today. Without a doubt, as of early 2012, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard would be able to summarily defeat the Iraqi Army.
No, there is not. The Purple Heart is one of the most common awards and has been received by over 800,000 individuals.
No, at least not from the Vietnam era or prior.
This answer is inaccurate and does a poor job answering the question. The purple heart is one of the more uncommon awards in the military. There has been hundreds of millions of service members since the creation of the award. The number of Purple hearts awarded is estimated to be closer to 1.6 million. Purple heart recipients make up less then 1 percent of all service members to ever serve. There is no complete list but the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor has a list of over 70,000 recipient's.
Not enough to use a Day to measure. in 6 years it been about 4000 Us. So i mean at the most that an average of what .5 a day??? which doesnt mean you count as 1 every other day. Remeber troops are killed at a steady rate or something.... i think the highest In one day was a bombing that added up to 25 total.
the average is about 30 or 35 a month. this month (July) so far is fortunately only 3 and we are already 1/4 of the way through. The most in 2008 so far was 52 in April and the lower aside from this month was may. Last year was our worst year so far with over 900 deaths. it is getting alot better already though. The year is more than halfway over and we are only at 211!!!! although its horrible misfortune that these troops have passed away it is a vast improvement so far and the deathtoll this year could possible be better than that of 2003. which was less that 500.
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The term "nationality" refers to citizenship. The overwhelming majority of Iraqis are Iraqi nationals. There is no large immigrant population in Iraq.
If the question seeks to ask about ethnicities, then the dominant ethnicities in Iraq are Arabs (80%) and Kurds (15%), which makes up about 95% of the Iraqi people. The remaining 5% is split between Azeris, Turks, Turkmens, Assyrians, and Chaldeans.
If the question seeks to ask about religions, then the dominant religions are Shiite (55%) and Sunni (40%) Islam. The remaining 5% is divided between Christians of various sects, Yazidi, Yarsan, and Jews.
I'm sure someone knows but,a lot of people don't because its not telling on the internet I'm sorry i couldn't help ,but what i do know is that japan
he was hung in Iraq several years ago you can find video of it on the internet
bush thought they had weapons of mass destruction and ambushed but when osama bin laden started an army the war started that's when America saw the wrong they did in Iraq like cutting hands off small children or killing women who left home without a man
The US argued that it believed that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction that they were not letting UN inspectors view. To prevent Iraq from using those weapons, an invasion was necessary.
Whether or not that was the actual reason for the invasion is subject to controversy.
yes, our government tells us no, but it is obvious. Russia has benn expanding its army for years. Since the cold war their army has risen from three million soldiers to six million. And they continue to threaten countries like Estonia and Georgia. And because of Americas and the European Unions alliance with them, if Russia ever attacked Georgia they would come to their aid and declare war on Russia.
wars fought in middle east
That's a trick question. The answer has to be zero, because there was never a Declaration of War put forth to vote on, in order for Congress to vote to go to war with Iraq.
Congress only voted on the idea. The United Nations said it was authorized to allow that action. By what authority, I have no idea.
There is no war in Iraq, we the United States with the deceptive practices of our so-called leaders invaded Iraq. Big difference between a war and an invasion.
War requires a Declaration of War voted and passed by Congress with 2/3 the majority.
If this is a war, please by all means show me the signed Declaration of War passed by the members of Congress. Otherwise, we invaded a country under the premise of lies.
Impeachment of the Bush Administration would be a good start to some house cleaning.
LIke all political nincompoops, the above responder refuses to deal in facts. The overall vote from a combination of house and senate was an overwhelming 373-156, to allow Bush to take military action (regardless of whether or not it was a formal declaration of war) against Iraq.
US troops were gradually removed as the US atttempted to prop up the lawful government. All the Americans left by December 18,2011. Iraq is still struggling to maintain a stable government. Insurgents constantly make attacks with guns and bombs.
Because you still have commitments to the person you're still married to until youre divorced you still have responsibilities.
"Major bomb" is not a technical term for any explosive device, so it is impossible to determine what the proper answer is.
The United States, however, used NONE of the following types of bombs during the War in Iraq: napalm bombs, cluster bombs, firebombs, chemical weapons, biological weapons, or nuclear weapons. By contrast, the US used targeted aerial bombs, tomahawk missiles with conventional warheads, shrapnel grenades, and numerous other types of explosive devices.
There aren't three reasons why it ended. There is really only one. The United Nations proposed and re-proposed and re-proposed a ceasefire. After eight years of fighting, both sides were exhausted and decided to accept a United Nations negotiated armistice.
It is about a thirteen year old boy named Johnathan going off to fight in the Revolutionary War and he discovers that the real war is being fought within himself.
(See First Page of Book)
Al-Qaeda have many methods they use to try and get their point across, including hijacking, bombing and suicide bombing. These methods are very effective (take a look at 9/11) so they will probably keep using them for the near future.