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IZImmunization
IZInternational Zone
IZInvader Zim (cartoon)
IZIndustrial Zone
IZInformationszentrum
IZIndustriezone (Dutch: industrial zone)
IZInner Zone
IZIllusionz (gaming arcade)
IZInternet Zahav (Israeli ISP)
IZisolated zero
IZInfarcted Zone
IZInspection Zone
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com, wrote that the law was instead "vague as to what form of contract foreign oil companies will be able to sign in Iraq.
It was evident in the Iraq Study Group, led by James Baker and Lee Hamilton, which, participants say, was alarmed by expert advice that withdrawal would produce potentially catastrophic consequences.
Sadr's Mahdi Army, the most powerful of the Shiite militias, is responsible for so much of the sectarian violence now tearing apart Iraq that the Pentagon has described it as the country's biggest security threat.
Americans have lost confidence in the president's Iraq policy, and for good reason.
These atrocities are occurring right under the watchful eyes of my American government since the 'liberation' of Iraq.
The only reason it's flown in Suleimaniya at all is that the city is headquarters to Jalal Talabani's political party, the left-wing Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, and Talabani is the president of Iraq.
On July 13, 2003, following the invasion and occupation of Iraq that a huge majority of authorities including the UN Secretary General have deemed illegal, the Coalition Provisional Authority Administrator, U.
Applying Erikson, Kohlberg, and Purkey and Schmidt's theories of development to adolescent groups who experienced World War II, the Vietnam War, or the Persian Gulf War facilitates a more comprehensive understanding of those adolescents whose schemes of war have been shaped by the War in Iraq.
The civil law offers women more protection, but Iraq is a very religious society, and many people, including women, want Islamic laws and Islamic courts.
In some parts of Sunni Iraq, an overwhelming number of people have been boycotting the political process, and as they see Iraqi military units abducting, torturing, and murdering Sunnis, they will increasingly resist the new government.