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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Arab Spring in Iraq By: Andrew Severa and Andrew D'Arrigo In The arab spring lots of the people involvedwere the younger generation because the protesters can use them for their cause. and how it afected the country The Arab spring quickly spread to Iraq and tomany other Arab countries. By 2011 Iraq wasright in the middle of all the commotion. Thewar in Iraq had an indirect connection to theArab up rising that has been sweepingthrough the middle east. One man said, "the people want to bring down the regime." Iraq'sprime minister Nuri al-Maliki is very worriedabout the rebellion. Iraq has resulted in at least 45 death, and at least 29 of them on February 29, 2011. This day was known as the "day of rage". Protests also took placein Kurdistan Iraq, a Kurdish region in Iraq's north that lasted 62 days in a row. In an effort to preventpotential problems, Iraq's prime minister has announced that he will not run for a third term. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Patterns have developed between leaders of countries that are being affected by the Arab Spring. The leaders have been dealing violentlywith the people. They have been using riot squads and barbed wire to try to control the crowds. The leaders need to realize that violence is not the answer. The iraqi people were involved in the Arab spring because they wanted to over throwSuddam Hussein for comitting genocideagainst their country. Hussein had lots of peoplekilled that opposed him. one of the reasons of howthe arab spring started in iraq was because of the united states and coalition forces going into bagdad and taking down Suddam Hussein. Many Arableaders fell after Hussein. Lots ofpeople think that the whole arab spring was connected to Hussein being killed and the other leaders falling. There is still lots of conflict in Iraq and has impacted the middle east a lot. In many countries they have had outcomes and in iraq the outcome isnt clear for the next generation. Iraq's social and political changes are in early stages.
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