By Raymond W. Baker, Shereen T. Ismael, Tareq Y. Ismael
Why did the invasion of Iraq lead to cultural destruction and killings of intellectuals? conference sees injuries of conflict and terrible making plans in a crusade to disencumber Iraqis. The authors argue as a substitute that the invasion aimed to dismantle the Iraqi country to remake it as a shopper regime. Post-invasion chaos created stipulations less than which the cultural foundations of the nation might be undermined. The authors painstakingly record the results of the occupiers' willful state of no activity and worse, which ended in the ravaging of 1 of the world's oldest recorded cultures. designated assassination of over four hundred lecturers, kidnapping and the pressured flight of millions of medical professionals, legal professionals, artists and different intellectuals upload as much as cultural detoxification. this significant paintings lays to leisure claims that the invasion aimed to unfastened an informed inhabitants to enhance its personal tradition of democracy.
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