A study of the situation of minorities in Iraq after the American withdrawal In 2011
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2022, Volume 18, Issue 4.1, Pages 348-369
AbstractRadical changes occurred in the political, social and economic reality of Iraq after the US occupation in 2003 AD, and these changes continued to be severe even after the withdrawal of US forces in 2011 AD and the Iraqi state taking over the reins of power and its attempt to control the situation and fill the political and military vacuum, but the challenges were great and needed a lot of efforts to confront and address, and the truth is that Placing minorities was at the top of the list in those challenges
Until the issue of minorities became a card on which several internal and external parties, internal and external, took advantage of their sensitivity to achieve goals that varied in their impact between injustice and oppression that fell on that category and between a national project that it seeks to build to raise the reality of minorities and the embarrassment of their situation, which has worsened severely after the political and military vacuum left by the American withdrawal from Iraq, which threw strongly at the unstable security reality of minorities and affected the demographics of their presence in Iraq, where this fragile situation of minorities necessitated the need to study and review all variables and attempts to address..
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