Iraqi support for the cause of Tunisian independence in the United Nations
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2022, Volume 18, Issue 4.1, Pages 108-119
Iraq was not far from the developments of political events in the regions of the Maghreb. The political orientations of the monarchy in Iraq emphasized the support and support of all Arab countries to achieve their freedom and independence after World War II. Perhaps the political weight of Iraq at that time and its role in establishing the United Nations Organization helped him. adopting these positions.
Tunisia is one of the Arab countries that was subjected to French colonialism, such as the worst forms of Western colonialism through the practices that France used to pursue towards the people of the country, as well as the exploitation of the wealth and capabilities of Tunisia to serve its interests, goals and aspirations. On the other hand, the Tunisian national movement was moving after the Second World War to show the extent of injustice and injustice. Tunisia is being exposed to by France, and Iraq had a major role in showing that injustice and supporting the Tunisian national movement represented by a group of Tunisian parties that appeared on the political scene at the time.
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