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An American Attack on Iraq Was Not Justified

Summary: Many clear reasons exist as to why the U.S. attack on Iraq was not justified. Iraq has not been found to have weapons of mass destruction and is not even linked to the al Qaeda terrorist group. In addition to losing many lives and much more money, the United States has lost most of its allies because it goes against the principles of war to attack a country that is not a threat. Also, there is a good chance that the Bush Administration attacked Iraq simply to control their oil supply.
"An American Attack on Iraq Was Not Justified"

The 2003 Iraq War lasted less than three weeks. It began in the early morning hours of March 20, when American missiles struck Baghdad. By April 9, U.S. forces had advanced into Baghdad. By April 15 Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein had vanished, and U.S. and allied officials pronounced the end of major combat operations. Although the war itself was short, arguments over whether it was justified had been made for months and years prior to the attack, and still continue today. Going to war in Iraq was not justified on many levels.

One of the main reasons for the attacks on Iraq was to disarm them of any weapons of mass destruction that they have. This makes sense to prevent future terrorist attacks, but no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq. Iraq did use weapons of mass destruction in the...

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