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Should Bush Attack Iraq? Nuclear weapons, terrorist bombings, these terms might be heard on our home front of us the United States of something isn’t done. By done I mean attacking Saddam Hussein, his armies in Iraq, and any other country harboring terrorist. This is why a military plan, released this past Friday, is just what this country needs for fending off terrorism and stopping the production of weapons of mass destruction, especially in Iraq. Eliminating the former strategies, by means of inspections and the passing of new UN rules must be changed.
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United Nations Secretary, General Javier Perez de Cuellar sent four highly trained experts into Iran to research the capabilities of the Iraqi chemical warfare advancements (Pike, 1998). The United Nations report stated that “Iraqi forces have used chemical warfare against Iranian forces” (Pike... ... middle of paper ... ...rs and harbor stockpiles of chemical weapons? Does Iraq have an agenda that is more serious than the United Nations would like to think? One thing we can be sure of is that Iraq has an abundance of chemical warfare capabilities. Works Cited Al Zaman (London) (2003).
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During Operation Desert Storm, American troops had been stationed inside Saudi Arabia. Recently, the United States have been apprehensive because of the countries willingness to harbor terrorist organizations. The United States are in progress of dealing with nuclear arms talks with Iran. The Europeans and the Bush Administration strongly oppose the Iranians in control of a nuclear program. In Iraq however, the United States are still aiding in the development and placement of an Iraqi Constitution.
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