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Friday, March 20, 2009

20 march 2003 in our history, War on Iraq

On 20 March 2003, the US-led coalition forces invaded Iraq to strike targets presidential and in Baghdad and around it. On the ninth of April of the same year, Saddam Hussein's regime officially breaks down. Since then, Iraq entered a new phase in its history differed in almost all aspects of the previous decades.

One manifestation of this transformation, the formation of a government derives its legitimacy from the Iraqi elections based on pluralism instead of one-party control as it was during the regime of Saddam Hussein.

However, the side, the Iraqis has lived through traumatic times and still under the fire of bombings and armed military operations of foreign forces, and ethnic and sectarian reprisals and, which has killed tens of thousands of Iraqis, with the abandonment of hundreds of thousands from their homes voluntarily or involuntarily.

In the six-year anniversary of the invasion of Iraq and the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime, the change in your life, if you're an Iraqi? Are you optimistic or pessimistic?
A few words, How do you see your past, your present, and your future?
If you weren't Iraqi so how would like to The War from your view ? .


  1. I'm conflicted about the war. I think that the ruler needed changing, but not sure it was worth the cost.

  2. Greetings from Italy,good luck


  3. How do you see your past, your present, and your future?
    If you weren't Iraqi so how would like to The War from your view ? .
    in generally all Iraq past wasn't good at all, first there was war for 8 years from 1980 to 1988 then another war from 1991 to 1992 ( 7 months), then the (iraq sanction) till we fail in the American war on iraq { this include my entire life which was complete war}
    My present is war and explodings while all of us tries to raise-up and continue our life normally and ignoring what's going on here and there
    My future I can see a bright gilter future which we are making by our hands and our study and it deserve that we struggle for it.

  4. hello
    "Cactus Jack Splash "
    I agree with you in some points

    "Ivo Serentha and Friends "
    Saluti da Iraq, Grazie

  5. Thank you for commenting in my mother tongue, good luck to all the people of Iraq and finally find peace and serenity in your country.

    Hello, Marlow

  6. Oooh Gosh i hate war. I hate it because it is never fair for those who know nothing and can do nothing to avoid. I mean WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
    Read and listen

  7. al salamu alaikum
    today I'm feeling depress and I didn't know what to do but study

    you welcome

    Mzee wa Changamoto,
    exactly we can't do any thing but waiting for the end of every thing

  8. If you want pictures you can take without problems, are absolutely free, as I have taken myself.

    Especially if you like the pictures you can visit the photo album by Ivo

    All photos are free

    Hello a hug, Marlow

  9. SW...the cost of war is pretty scary to justify it. Yes, there are bad rulers, and bad things that happen during their reign...but with the technology of today's world, war is devastating beyond words. So much is sacrificed!
    I cannot imagine Living and carrying on as you to day, not knowing what's around the next corner of your day, your life!
    Many Hugs for you!!

  10. I wish with all my heart to end the destruction and devastation in my country

    Hugs to you dear barb

  11. Hi, hows your life during saddam time compare to present, is it better?


Your comment make this thing more clear to me, say what you want to say but don't stay calm..