Info about Iraq

By: Ji Soo, Marie, Rylie


This is the Flag of Iraq, white means peace honesty and a bright future,

red means hardiness bravery strength & valour (over come through bloody struggle)

Black means means determination and represents opperrission

The green symbols say "Takbir" means god is great in Arabic .

A Political map of Iraq

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National Anthem of Iraq (Mwtini)


The type of government Iraq has is a Federal Republic Parliamentary Democracy. The 3 branches of government in Iraq are the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch, and the Judicial Branch. The executive branch is made up of the president and the council of ministers. The Legislative Branch is made up of the the council of representative and the federation council. The judicial branch is made up of the higher judicial council, the supreme court and the federal courts. Four of the major political parties in Iraq are

  1. Iraqi National Monument

  2. State of Law Coalition

  3. Iraqi National Alliance

  4. Democratic Patriotic Alliance of Kurdistan

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background info

Formerly part of the Ottoman Empire, Iraq was occupied by Britain during the course of World War I; in 1920, it was declared a League of Nations mandate under UK administration. In stages over the next dozen years, Iraq attained its independence as a kingdom in 1932. A "republic" was proclaimed in 1958, but in actuality a series of strongmen ruled the country until 2003. The last was SADDAM Husayn. Territorial disputes with Iran led to an inconclusive and costly eight-year war (1980-88). In August 1990, Iraq seized Kuwait but was expelled by US-led, UN coalition forces during the Gulf War of January-February 1991. Following Kuwait's liberation, the UN Security Council (UNSC) required Iraq to scrap all weapons of mass destruction and long-range missiles and to allow UN verification inspections. Continued Iraqi noncompliance with UNSC resolutions over a period of 12 years led to the US-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003 and the ouster of the SADDAM Husayn regime. US forces remained in Iraq under a UNSC mandate through 2009 and under a bilateral security agreement thereafter, helping to provide security and to train and mentor Iraqi security forces. In October 2005, Iraqis approved a constitution in a national referendum and, pursuant to this document, elected a 275-member Council of Representatives (COR) in December 2005. The COR approved most cabinet ministers in May 2006, marking the transition to Iraq's first constitutional government in nearly a half century. In January 2009, Iraq held elections for provincial councils in all governorates except for the three governorates comprising the Kurdistan Regional Government and Kirkuk Governorate. Iraq held a national legislative election in March 2010 - choosing 325 legislators in an expanded COR - and, after nine months of deadlock the COR approved the new government in December 2010. Nearly nine years after the start of the Second Gulf War in Iraq, US military operations there ended in mid-December 2011.

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The one and only........ THE CREATORS

Kurdish Folk Dance Iraq

Physical Geography

In Iraq some physical geography is the Syrian Desert, swamps, plains, and they also have some mountains. The Syrian Desert is 260,000km2. There are some river plains. Last the mountains are on the border of Iran and Turkey.


Iraq's largely state runs on economy it is dominated by the oil sector, which provides more than 90% of government revenue and 80% of foreign exchange earnings. Iraq in 2012 boosted oil exports to a 30 year high of 2.6 million barrels per day. Iraq's average of 2.2 million in 2011. Government revenues increased as global oil prices remained persistently high for much of 2012.


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The Capital

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The Current Leader Of Iraq

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ABC's of cultures

  1. In Iraq some ways they get to In Iraq some ways they get to place to place (transportation) is railways, highways, waterways, pipelines, ports and harbors, marinas and airports.

  2. A common job in iraq is shops and stores. Also lots of jewelry is sold there.

  3. Things that are popular to do for fun in Iraq are soccer, hang out with friends and family, race against each other, backgammon, chess.

  4. In Iraq they grow a lot of onions, wheat, barley,grapes, they grow lots of fruit. They must use all of this lovely fruit to eat. They eat a lot of this food in Iraq.

5. Some people in Iraq want protection for the animals, but lots of rare animals keep getting killed. Most of the animals that do get killed are rare.

Rebel time!