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On December 18, 1959, Abdul Karim Qassim, who had just taken control over Iraq by a coup d'etat, openly declared: "We do not wish to refer to the history of Arab tribes residing in Al-Ahwaz and Mohammareh [Khorramshahr].The Ottomans handed over Mohammareh, which was part of Iraqi territory, to Iran." The Iraqi regime's dissatisfaction over Iran's possession of oil-rich Khuzestan province was not limited to rhetorical statements; Iraq started supporting secessionist movements in Khuzestan, and even raised the issue of its territorial claims in the next meeting of the Arab League, without any success.A successful invasion of Iran would make Iraq the dominating force in the Persian Gulf region and its lucrative oil trade. Severe officer purges (including several executions ordered by Sadegh Khalkhali, the post-revolution Sharia ruler) and spare part shortages for Iran's American-made equipment had crippled Iran's once mighty military.The bulk of the Iranian military was made up of poorly armed, though committed, militias.Your Basildon escorts search results are below and include escorts that are currently escorts in Basildon.To see each UK Escort's profile, including view their photos, phone numbers, emails, likes and dislikes, just click on the Escort's profile image.Iran had minimal defenses in the Arvand/Shatt al-Arab river.The aftermath of the Iranian Revolution of 1979 was central to the conflict.
Iran attempted to destabilize Iraq and encouraged Kurdish nationalists to break up the country, in answer to Iraq's similar activities in Iran's Khuzestan province.
Where no interests exist, the policy seems to be to let the problem solve itself by allowing the stronger side to win.
In the case of the Iran-Iraq war, neither side won and only tragic loss of life resulted.
On the other hand, the modern state of Iraq was created by the French and British after the end of World War I and neither its borders nor its population correspond to historical predecessors.
More precisely, the origins of the Iran-Iraq war of 1980–1988 go back to the question of sovereignty over the resource-rich province of Khuzestan.
Although the Iran-Iraq war of 1980–1988 was a war over dominance of the Persian Gulf region, the roots of the war go back many centuries.