persian gulf war

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History

 

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Kay B

 

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November 24, 2014

 

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Kuwait was ruled by an Emir of the al-Sabah family (Rayment). Iraq had considered Kuwait to be basically a part of Iraq so land disputes were also common (Lee). Saddam had been disputing the control of two islands, Bubiyan and Warba, by Kuwait that blocked Iraqi access to the Gulf. Another answer to this threat was a dispute over the Rumaila oil fields that crossed the Iraq-Kuwait border...
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Iraq claimed that Kuwait had been using "slant drilling" to siphon off Iraqi oil (Allen, 65). These badly defined borders caused constant claims by Iraq that Kuwait was illegally tapping into Iraqi oil supply (Lee). \ Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Arens, was one of the only people that predicted that the problem was going to lead to the attack of an Arab neighbor...
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