The Iraqi War

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History

 

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Jose F

 

Date added:

August 16, 2012

 

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University

 

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A

 

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During his time in power, he violated nearly all the United Nations laws that pertained to his country, and ignored those who attempted to control his violent actions. But in attacking Iraq, the United States has acted on the same principles of Saddam Hussein. Not only were their enormous loss of civilian life, but countless soldiers died fighting and in and after the battle was officially over...
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Not only were their enormous loss of civilian life, but countless soldiers died fighting and in and after the battle was officially over. This entire war was built on misleading statements and faulty intelligence. The Iraq war is illegal, unjustified, and morally wrong. Was the attack on Iraq justified under the United Nations (UN) Charter? The Bush administration certainly felt that its interpretation of the articles pertaining to self defense in the UN gave ample justification for the war...
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