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Iraq Facts, Iraq Flag -- National Geographic

Get Iraq facts and information and see the Iraqi flag in this country profile from National Geographic.
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89 Interesting Facts about Iraq |

Located in the region known as the "cradle of civilization," Iraq is torn between its golden past & its unsettled present. Learn more Iraq facts here.
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Iraq Fast Facts -

Oct 17, 2016 · Read CNN's Iraq Fast Facts for a look at the country which borders Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Iran and the Persian Gulf.
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Iraq Government, Facts, and History - is the ...

Facts and history of Iraq, formerly known as Mesopotamia, a cradle of human civilization that has seen several wars over the last few decades.
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Iraq Facts, Facts about Iraq - Maps of World

Find here important facts about Iraq, including capital city, currency, flag, language, tradition, landforms, population, symbols, largest cities, history, economy ...
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Iran-Iraq War - Facts & Summary -

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Iraq Facts, Culture, Recipes, Language, Government, Eating ...

Current, accurate and in depth facts on Iraq. Unique cultural information provided. 35,000 + pages CountryReports - Your World Discovered!
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The World Factbook — Central Intelligence Agency

Much of the sediment clouding the water in this image of the Persian Gulf is from the Shatt al Arab River, which enters the Gulf in the north along the Iran-Iraq border.
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Iraq facts, information, pictures | articles ...

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Iraq - Wikipedia

Pre-historic era. Between 65,000 BC and 35,000 BC northern Iraq was home to a Neanderthal culture, archaeological remains of which have been discovered at Shanidar ...
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Arab Reflections on Need for Reform

Einherjar : I'm going to preempt the inevitable "I went to all this trouble, and no one even bothers answering" post.

I've just read the exerpts from the articles, and found at least half of them interesting, but I don't really have a lot to add.
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Text of Blair speech justifying Iraq military action

BumbleBeeBoogie : Blix: Blair Lacked 'Critical Thinking'
Blix: Blair Lacked 'Critical Thinking'
By Associated Press
March 6, 2004, 8:45 AM EST

LONDON -- Prime Minister Tony Blair lacked "critical thinking" in the run-up to the
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IMPORTANT:W Clarke Strategy for democracy in the Middle East

PDiddie : Vice President Clark.

Secretary of State Clark.

Secretary of Defense Clark.

Any of those sound just fine to me.
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A Cut And Paste Worth Reading

McGentrix : I would just like to thank the voters in Florida for making the correct choice in electing Bush president.
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Text of Al Gore's 5/25 speech before

Brand X : If you read that enough you can actually summon the Candyman.
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oroondhooti roy's speech in sydney.

dlowan : Heard that speech on the radio - loved it!
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The Man Who Sold the Iraq War (Long, but a must read)

goodfielder : Interesting read BBB thanks.
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The ME....Bush Country

ebrown p : Do you really prefer rosy eyed fiction from a Bush sycophant to what you are calling "pessimism and cynacism?".

This article is in fact quite cynical in the way it completely discounts the real dismay toward the Bush policy that is reality is being expr
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Who's War? By Pat Buchanan

Frank Apisa : The law of unintended consequences if a most formidable law.

It is going to bite a lot of people on the ass because of the mess this administration is causing.

Frankly, I am beginning to think of George Dubya as a miracle worker. First he got me f
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