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Assignment aim My aim in this assignment is to provide an objective view of whether the 2003 war on Iraq is justified History of Iraq For map see appendix 1 Weapons Of Mass Destruction WOMD Iraq is a country that was created after world war 1 by the then coalition It neighbours with Turkey Saudi Arabia Iran Syria and Jordan It is split pretty much in two by the rivers Tigress and Euphrates Habitation and life along these two waterways have flourished since the dawn of time In biblical times it was a flourishing water way important for trade The ground found in between these two is known as Mesopotamia The cradle of life itself Iraq is also close to Bethlehem and Jerusalem So there for the people in this region have very strong religious beliefs Iraq is also dominated by desert It is does not have sand dunes or sand hills spreading for miles The Iraq desert is however almost completely flat with occasional wadis breaking the landscape The ground is also dry and a lot of the desert is also bedrock The weather that this desert can produce in the winter can be unrelenting As TE Lawrence writes The gulf war of 1991 saw some of the worst weather the region had suffered for thirty years Iraq itself includes three major groups Sunni Muslims in the centre surrounding the capital of Baghdad Kurds in the north and Shia Muslims in the south About 15 of the population is Kurdish 80 Arab Some 60 are Shiite Arab Muslims like their neighbours in Iran but they are Arabs not Persians There are also significant Assyrian and Turkomen minorities in the north These smaller groups were not given any national rights when a settlement was made So therefore civil war and unrest has spooked Iraq ever since In 19311932 Iraq gained independence This was under a pro-British regime under King Feisal and Nuri-as-Said A
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