IRAQ WAR

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In History
  • CAUSE 5 Operation Desert Fox

    1998, under Iraqi pressure, the UN weapons inspectors left Iraq, prompting the United States to launch a severe three-day bombing campaign called "Operation Desert Fox." Following this, Iraqi forces significantly increased attempts to challenge the Allied planes patrolling the No-Fly Zones, thereby also causing an increase in the Allied bombing of Iraqi targets.
  • cause 1....force to leave

    there was the lingering tension and hostility left over from the Gulf War of 1991, in which Iraqi occupation troops were forced out of Kuwait.
  • cause 2 SUDDAM HUSSEIN

    cause 2 SUDDAM HUSSEIN
    two "No Fly Zones" were established over northern and southern Iraq for the protection of Iraqi minority groups in opposition to the Saddam Hussein government.
  • CAUSE 3

    Over the years, Iraqi air-defense forces fired missiles and other weapons at the Allied warplanes (mostly American and British planes) in unsuccessful attempts to shoot them down
  • CAUSE 4 ATTACK BACK

    In response to these attempted shoot-downs, Allied warplanes often responded by bombing the air-defense sites and the radar installations associated with them
  • CAUSE 6 TERRORIST

    CAUSE 6 TERRORIST
    following the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush's rhetoric implied an (as yet unproven) Iraqi connection with al-Qaida. Using the potential threat of Saddam-supplied Weapons of Mass Destruction in the hands of terrorists
  • Casualties

    Casualties
    The word "casualties" in its most general sense includes the injured as well as the dead AQ FAMILY...151,000 deaths MARCH 2003 TO JUNE 2006
    LANCET 601,027t deaths out of 654,965 excess deaths March 2003 to June 2006 136 journalists and 51 media support workers were killed on duty according to the numbers listed on source pag
    98,170 — 107,152 civilian deaths as a result of the conflict.
    0,726 civilian and combatant deaths The United Nations reported that 34,452 violent deaths occurred in 2006
  • COUNTRIES INVOLVED IN IRAQ WAR

    COUNTRIES INVOLVED IN IRAQ WAR
    Our side:Iraq
    Peshmerge
    United States
    United Kingdom
    Australia
    Awakening Councils
    Other Coalition forces
    Bad side:
    Iraq
    Baath Party Loyalists
    Mahdi Army
    al-Qaeda in Iraq
    Islamic Army of Iraq
    Other Insurgent groups
    Kurdistan Workers Party
  • CAUSE 7

    CAUSE 7
    On Monday, March 17, 2003, President Bush issued an ultimatum for Saddam Hussein and his sons to enter into exile within 48 hours or face military conflict. Saddam defiantly refused, thereby setting the stage for Bush's order for war to begin.
  • iraq war

    IRAQ WAR TAKES PLACE I N IRAQ
  • information

    information
    On March 19, 2003, American and British forces began the Third Persian Gulf War, a conflict which may become popularly known as "Gulf War 2" or the "Second Iraq War," or some other designation. The U.S. government already calls this conflict "Operation Iraqi Freedom." Regardless of what it is called, this conflict is by far the first truly major war of the 21st Century. While considered by many to be another part of the "War on Terror," it is in many ways separate and unique in its own right. In
  • winners 2003-PRESENT!

    winners 2003-PRESENT!
    some analysts believe the real winner of the war in Iraq is neither the Iraqis, nor Americans, but the Iranians. It's a sobering analysis, especially in light of the United Nations-imposed and U.S.-backed sanctions against Iran, intended to to influence the country's intractable position on its nuclear capability.....war still goes on
  • geography terrian

    geography terrian
    news watch says day of MARCH 27 2003.. timeless desert hazard has already become manifest in the current conflict. Desert weather is variable and can be troublesome for all concerned, as evidenced by recent sand storms that blotted out sunlight and made afternoons feel like the dead of night. high winds and low visibility hampered operations and grounded aircraft from bad weather