Iraq PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
Both Kurdish and . Shi’a. issues have. played a role in the Gulf conflicts. 1. Based in longstanding disagreements. Religious, ethnic, and territorial. Iranian revolution as the catalyst. Khomeini called on Iraqi Shi’a to rise up against Hussein.
you must first know about it’s . ethnoreligious divisions. !. II. Iraq- . History. 1918-32 British rule. Even after independence Britain retained oil rights and kept military bases in Iraq. Monarchy.
2013. Map of Middle Eastern Countries. Where is Iraq?. Geography. Continent: . SW Asia (Middle East). Landforms: . Desert, mountains. Waterways: . Persian Gulf, Tigris & Euphrates Rivers. Famous Landmarks: .
By Altamush Ali Jindani. 2. nd. period. America has had many presidents who were war hawks. Not pointing fingers but our former president was one of them. There has been many wars in which the United States had fought. Both defeat and triumph was faced. Several different reasons led the United States to enter these wars. Some of these causes were fears and threats. Just like Vietnam war which was fought to stop communism from spreading into rest of Asia. Similarly, the latest Iraq war is being fought because of fear of further terrorist attacks and to stop the spread of terrorism in the whole world. Different times, different places but pretty similar causes. President Bush says, “.
Cleveland CH: 11 pt. 2. Essential Question: What problems did the boarders of Iraq cause? . Iraq Between the wars. What was the Ethnic and Religious . m. ake up of Iraq? . What was the economic make up of Iraq?.
A public opinion . analysis. Second wave. Munqith . M.Dagher. IIACSS, Iraq. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 320214.
1958: Monarchy is overthrown by a military coup. 1968: Major . Baathist. -led coup. 1979: Saddam Hussein becomes president. 1980-88: Iran-Iraq war. 1982: Killing of 150 . Shi’a. in . Dujail. following an attempt on Saddam’s life.
YAMASHITA, Hikaru Introduction The Iraq War, which began early on the morning of March 20, 2003 with the aerial bombing of Baghdad, brought into the open many issues related to the United Nations (U
While the UK government has attempted to downplay or deny th e use of ince ndiaries in Iraq US officials have been forced to admit using th e MK77 incendiary a modern form of napalm The UK is party to an international convention banning such weapons
2. Iraqi History. A. British Mandate. B. British Backed Monarchy. Post WWII British colony. King chosen by England. C. Dictatorships. 1958 Baath Revolution. 3. Thinking Slide:. How might Iraqi history affect how they view the Americans & their British allies in the current war in Iraq?.
Backstage of the American attack against Iraq in. 1991. REVISED EDITION Mar 28. th. 2003. The Original Version was written in Italy and its Pro-American Government (Communist) made the author retract his work and the link on the original version now discredits this presentation..
:. state construction and de-construction and the MENA states system. . Raymond . Hinnebsuch. University of St. Andrews, Scotland. Syria-Iraq Relations. Theme: the evolution over time, in parallel, of:.
d. Explain U.S. presence and interest in Southwest Asia; include the Persian Gulf conflict and invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. . Nation of Israel Created. 1948. Israel is founded as a Jewish State.
14 May 1948: Zionist leader David Ben-Gurion declares that Israel is an independent state.. Egypt, Syria, Transjordan, Lebanon, and Iraq invade on 15 May.. Fighting continues until Jan 1949.. Israel prevails and gains territory in Galilee to the north and the Negev Desert to the south..
2. Figure 2-3. Female head (Inanna?), from Uruk (modern Warka), Iraq, ca. 3200–3000 BCE. Marble, approx. 8” high. Iraq Museum, Baghdad.. *Demonstrates skill/. Skill implies practice. And investment-.
Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm- Timeline 1990/1991. 2. nd. August- Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. 8. th. August- US begins troop build-up in Saudi Arabia. 10 August- Arab League condemns the invasion of one Arab country by another. Kuwaiti liberation coalition begins to form..