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  1. Iraq the Culture (Lands, Peoples, and Cultures) by April Fast, 2010-01-15
  2. Iraq (Cultures of the World) by Susan M. Hassig, Laith Muhmood, et all 2003-10
  3. Iraq the Land (Lands, Peoples, and Cultures) by April Fast, 2010-01-15
  4. Iraq the People (Lands, Peoples, and Cultures) by April Fast, 2010-01-15
  5. Constructing America's War Culture: Iraq, Media, and Images at Home by Thomas Conroy, 2007-11-26
  6. The Other Iraq: Pluralism and Culture in Hashemite Iraq (Cultural Memory in the Present) by Orit Bashkin, 2008-11-20
  7. Reading Iraq: Culture and Power in Conflict (Library of Modern Middle East Studies) by Muhsin al-Musawi, 2006-06-27
  8. Iraq (Discovering Cultures) by Dana Meachen Rau, 2004-06
  9. Understanding Iraq: Society, Culture, and Personality by Ali Wardi, 2008-05
  10. Shoot First And Ask Questions Later: Media Coverage of the 2003 Iraq War (Media and Culture) by Rod Brookes, Nick Mosdell, et all 2005-11-16
  11. Watching Babylon: The War in Iraq and Global Visual Culture by Nicholas Mirzoeff, 2005-01-10
  12. Ba'th Versus Ba'th: The Conflict Between Syria and Iraq, 1968-1989 (Society and Culture in the Modern Middle East) by Eberhard Kienle, 1991-02-15
  13. Cultures of War: Pearl Harbor / Hiroshima / 9-11 / Iraq by John W. Dower, 2010-09-30

IRAQ CULTURE SMART CARD . U.S. military personnel in Iraq are presented with a laminated card that summarizes the rudiments of Iraqi culture, as refracted through the

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Don't use your left hand for contact with others, advises the U.S. Marine Corps in a new edition of the Iraq Culture Smart Card (very large pdf) which is

3. Iraq Culture History And Archaeology
Iraq Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Iraq.
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    Assyriologist Hormuzd Rassam [1826-1910] was born in Mosul, in what is now Iraq. zSB(3,3)
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    British archaeologist David Oates spent much of his career excavating in the middle east, most importantly at Nimrud and Tell al-Rimah in Iraq
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    English archaeologist and antiquarian; excavated in Turkey, Byzantine monuments in Syria, and at the Abbasid Palace of Ukhaidir
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    4. - What Is Iraq Culture
    Can you answer this question? Answer it or get updates discuss research share Facebook Twitter Search Related answers What are the cultures in Iraq ? Arabs, kurds

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    Identification. Location and Geography. Iraq, in the Middle East, is 168,754 square miles (437,073 square kilometers), which is comparable to twice the size of Idaho. Iraq is bordered by Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, and the Persian Gulf. Baghdad was the name of a village that the Arabs chose to develop as their capital and is in the central plains. The northern border areas near Iran and Turkey are mountainous and experience cold, harsh winters, while the west is mostly desert. The differences in climate have influenced the economies of the various areas and ethnic groups, especially since a large part of the economy used to be agriculturally based. Demography. The estimated Iraqi population for 2000 is 22,675,617 people. Arabs comprise about three-fourths of the population, and Kurds compose about one-fifth. The remaining people are divided into several ethnic groups, including Assyrian, Turkoman, Chaldean, Armenian, Yazidi, and Jewish. Linguistic Affiliation.

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    7. Culture Of Iraq - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Iraq has one of the world's oldest cultural histories. Iraq is where the Ancient Mesopotamian civilizations were, whose legacy went on to influence and shape the civilizations of the
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Please help improve this article by expanding it. Further information might be found on the talk page (October 2009) Reconstruction of the 4,100 year old Great Ziggurat of Ur in southern Iraq Iraq has one of the world's oldest cultural histories. Iraq is where the Ancient Mesopotamian civilizations were, whose legacy went on to influence and shape the civilizations of the Old World . Culturally, Iraq has a very rich heritage. The country is known for its poets and its painters and sculptors are among the best in the Arab world , some of them being world-class. Iraq is known for producing fine handicrafts, including rugs and carpets. The architecture of Iraq is seen in the sprawling metropolis of Baghdad , where the construction is mostly new, with some islands of exquisite old buildings and compounds, and elsewhere in thousands of ancient and modern sites across Iraq. Unlike many Arab countries, Iraq embraces and celebrates the achievements of its past in pre- Islamic times. What is now Iraq was once the

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    MEXICO CITY, Apr. 8 (IPS) When the U.S.-led war against Iraq finally ends, experts in archaeology and ancient culture will have the bitter task of assessing what damage bombs and missiles have wrought on the vestiges of millennia-old history in the cradle of Western civilisation. Since Mar. 20, thousands of bombs have been dropped on the land that tradition has identified as the biblical - Garden of Eden" and the departure point of the prophet Abraham who sought the Promised Land. There, where remnants of the Tower of Babel can be found, writing was created, the wheel and glass were invented, and mathematics and other sciences were developed the … Read all of this article with a FREE trial
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    9. Iraq: History, Geography, Government, And Culture —
    Learn about the history, geography, conflicts and culture of Iraq and find statistical and demographic information.
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    10. Iraq - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Iraq, officially the Republic of Iraq (Arabic جمهورية العراق Jumhūrīyat AlIrāq, Kurdish كؤماری عێراق ‎, Komara raq is a country in Western
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    Area Total Population Density 71.5/km GDP PPP Total $111.500 billion Per capita GDP (nominal) Total $65.838 billion Per capita Currency Iraqi dinar IQD ... Time zone GMT+3 UTC DST UTC Drives on the right IQ Internet TLD .iq Calling code Political map as of 2004 Iraq (pronounced /iːˈrɑːk/ or /ɪˈræk/ Arabic Al-Irāq ), officially the Republic of Iraq Arabic help info Jumhūrīyat Al-Irāq Kurdish Komara Îraqê is a country in Western Asia spanning most of the northwestern end of the Zagros mountain range , the eastern part of the Syrian Desert and the northern part of the Arabian Desert Iraq is bordered by Jordan to the west, Syria to the northwest, Turkey to the north, Iran to the east, and

    11. Iraq Culture
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    CULTURE In ancient times the land area now known as modern Iraq was almost equivalent to Mesopotamia, the land between the two rivers Tigris and Euphrates (in Arabic, the Dijla and Furat, respectively), the Mesopotamian plain was called the Fertile Crescent. This region is known as the Cradle of Civilization; was the birthplace of the varied civilizations that moved us from prehistory to history.
    An advanced civilization flourished in this region long before that of Egypt, Greece, and Rome, for it was here in about 4000BC that the Sumerian culture flourished . The civilized life that emerged at Sumer was shaped by two conflicting factors: the unpredictability of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which at any time could unleash devastating floods that wiped out entire peoples, and the extreme richness of the river valleys, caused by centuries-old deposits of soil. Thus, while the river valleys of southern Mesopotamia attracted migrations of neighboring peoples and made possible, for the first time in history, the growing of surplus food, the volatility of the rivers necessitated a form of collective management to protect the marshy, low-lying land from flooding.

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    Religion GTA 2401-003 November 2004 Iraq Culture Smart Card Iraq Culture Smart Card The practice of Islam is based upon five pillars Faith Allah is the one true God.

    13. Iraq - Culture, Customs Etiquette
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    14. Ministry Of Culture
    References. The threat to world heritage in Iraq; K. Taha, Iraq Looks Ahead to 10 Million Tourists. Senior Iraqi Tourism Official Says His Country Has Potential To Be Among Premier

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    The Ministry of Culture is responsible for overseeing a wide variety of areas concerning entertainment and the heritage of the Iraqi people. Along with overseeing archeological sites and museums, the ministry oversees cinema, theater, fine arts, fashion, publishing and dance. The ultimate shape and management of the Ministry will be determined by the Iraqi people. Until then an interim steering committee is overseeing theministry. The steering committee is made up of a six-person board of respected academics and cultural experts. This interim body is working with a number of sub-committees to address the areas of rebuilding, personnel, finance, legal issues, and tasking. Having concluded his six-month mission as "Minister" for Culture of the provisory coalition government in Iraq, Ambassador Pietro Cordone returned to Italy in October 2003. Cordone, the only non-Anglo/American "Minister" of the coalition, made a decisive contribution to the reconstruction of Iraq in the cultural sector, achieving results that have been acknowledged by everyone. The responsibility with which he was charged is proof of our country's commitment in Iraq, where many Italian experts continue to operate in priority sectors. Ambassador Cordone has been replaced by another Italian diplomat, Ambassador Mario Bondioli Osio who, until a few days ago, chaired the Italian commission for the recovery of stolen artworks, as confirmation of Italy's continuing commitment to the reconstruction of Iraq.

    15. Iraq People, Iraq Economy
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    People of Iraq Iraq's two largest ethnic groups are Arabs and Kurds. Other distinct groups are Turkomans, Chaldeans, Assyrians, Iranians, Lurs, and Armenians. While Arabic is the most commonly spoken language, Kurdish is spoken in the north, and English is the most commonly spoken Western language.
    About 75% of Iraq's population lives in the flat, alluvial plain stretching southeast toward Baghdad and Basrah to the Persian Gulf. Most Iraqi Muslims are members of the Shi'a sect, but there is a large Sunni population as well, made up of both Arabs and Kurds. Small communities of Christians, Jews, Bahais, Mandaeans, and Yezidis also exist. Most Kurds are Sunni Muslim but differ from their Arab neighbors in language, dress, and customs. Arts, Culture and Music of Iraq Iraq is where the Mesopotamia Civilization that went on to influence the European and Asian civilizations grew. So as far as culture is concerned, Iraq has a rich heritage. The country is known for its poets and its painters and sculptors are among the best in the Arab world, some of them being world-class. Besides this, Iraq is also known for producing fine handicrafts, including rugs and carpets. The architecture of Iraq is best seen in the sprawling metropolis of Baghdad, where the construction is almost entirely new, with some islands of exquisite old buildings and compounds.

    16. Iraq - Culture, Etiquette, Customs And Protocol
    Guide to Iraq and Iraqi culture, society, language, etiquette, customs, manners and protocol.
    Iraq - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette
    Facts and Statistics Location: Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf, between Iran and Kuwait Capital: Accra Climate: mostly desert; mild to cool winters with dry, hot, cloudless summers; northern mountainous regions along Iranian and Turkish borders experience cold winters with occasionally heavy snows that melt in early spring, sometimes causing extensive flooding in central and southern Iraq Population: 28,221,180 (July 2008 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Arab 75%-80%, Kurdish 15%-20%, Turkoman, Assyrian, or other 5% Religions: Muslim 97%, Christian or other 3% br/> Government: parliamentary democracy Language in Iraq The official language of Iraq is Arabic. Many other languages are spoken by a variety of ethnic groups, most notably Kurdish. Iraqi Arabic (also known as Mesopotamian Arabic [Mesopotamian Qeltu Arabic, Mesopotamian Gelet Arabic, Baghdadi Arabic, Furati, 'Arabi, Arabi, North Syrian Arabic) is a variety of Arabic spoken in the Mesopotamian basin of Iraq south of Baghdad as well as in neighbouring Iran and eastern Syria. Iraqi Society and Culture The People The Iraqi population includes a number of ethnic groups, about 77% of whom are Arabs, 19% Kurds, and the rest a variety of different groups, including Turkomens, Assyrians, and Armenians. There is also a distinct sub-group of Iraqi Arabs, called the Ma'dan or Marsh Arabs, who inhabit miles of marshy area just above the point at which the Tigris and Euphrates join together.

    17. Want Democracy In Iraq? Culture Matters. Catholics In Alliance
    The president recently restated his goal to transform Iraq into democraticcapitalist modernity, much as Germany and Japan had been transformed during the military occupations

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    20. Iraq - Culture, History, Economy, Trade, Government, Tourism, Media
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