Iraq amidst Two Forms of Terrorism

Al-Khuzzaa'i, Qaa'id Kerish Mashthoob
March 2006
Air & Space Power Journal;Spring2006, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p7
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the forms of terrorism that happened in Iraq. In here, the author describes that the country is still experiencing the regime of Saddam Hussein like in the past before its liberation. Likewise, such regime resulted to an outcome of the destruction and killing of the Iraqi people wherein the nation had endured against the destruction of its government system. The author remarked that Iraqi government has acquitted terrorism-related cases humanitarian reasons.


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