IRAQ WAR

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IRAQ WAR : 

IRAQ WAR Facts, Results & Statistics

Spent & Approved War-Spending - : 

Spent & Approved War-Spending - About $900 billion of US taxpayers' funds spent or approved for spending through Sept 2010. U.S. 2009 Monthly Spending in Iraq - $7.3 billion as of Oct 2009 U.S. 2008 Monthly Spending in Iraq - $12 billion

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U.S. Spending per Second - $5,000 in 2008, Cost of deploying one U.S. soldier for one year in Iraq - $390,000 Lost & Unaccounted for in Iraq - $9 billion of US taxpayers' money and $549.7 milion in spare parts shipped in 2004 to US contractors. Also, 190,000 guns, including 110,000 AK-47 rifles.

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Missing - $1 billion in tractor trailers, tank recovery vehicles, machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades and other equipment and services provided to the Iraqi security forces Mismanaged & Wasted in Iraq - $10 billion, per Feb 2007 Congressional hearings Halliburton Overcharges Classified by the Pentagon as Unreasonable and Unsupported - $1.4 billion

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Amount paid to KBR, a former Halliburton division, to supply U.S. military in Iraq with food, fuel, housing and other items - $20 billion Portion of the $20 billion paid to KBR that Pentagon auditors deem "questionable or supportable" - $3.2 billion

Military & Troops : 

Military & Troops Number of major U.S. bases in Iraq – 75 Total 98,000 U.S. troops as of February 28, 2010. After withdrawlof the troops of other nations

U.S Troop Casualties : 

U.S Troop Casualties - 4,390 US troops; 98% male. 91% non-officers; 82% active duty, 11% National Guard; 9% African-American, 11% Latino. 19% killed by non-hostile causes. 54% of US casualties were under 25 years old. 72% were from the US Army

US Troops Wounded & Mentally Effected : 

US Troops Wounded & Mentally Effected 31,762, 20% of which are serious brain or spinal injuries. (Total excludes psychological injuries.) US Troops with Serious Mental Health Problems - 30% of US troops develop serious mental health problems within 3 to 4 months of returning home US Military Helicopters Downed in Iraq - 74 total, at least 36 by enemy fire

Casualties : 

Casualties Journalists killed - 140, 93 by murder and 47 by acts of war Journalists killed by US Forces - 14 Iraqi Police and Soldiers Killed - 9,431 Iraqi Civilians Killed, Estimated - A UN issued report dated Sept 20, 2006 stating that Iraqi civilian casualties have been significantly under-reported. Casualties are reported at 50,000 to over 100,000, but may be much higher. Some informed estimates place Iraqi civilian casualities at over 600,000. Iraqi Insurgents Killed, Roughly Estimated - 55,000

Casualities : 

Casualities Non-Iraqi Contractors and Civilian Workers Killed - 569 Non-Iraqi Kidnapped - 306, including 57 killed, 147 released, 4 escaped, 6 rescued and 89 status unknown. Daily Insurgent Attacks, Feb 2004 - 14 Daily Insurgent Attacks, July 2005 - 70 Daily Insurgent Attacks, May 2007 - 163

War Effects : 

War Effects Iraqis Displaced Inside Iraq, by Iraq War, as of May 2007 - 2,255,000 Iraqi Refugees in Syria & Jordan - 2.1 million to 2.25 million Iraqi Unemployment Rate - 27 to 60%, where curfew not in effect Consumer Price Inflation in 2006 - 50% Iraqi Children Suffering from Chronic Malnutrition - 28% in June 2007 (Per CNN.com, July 30, 2007) Percent of professionals who have left Iraq since 2003 - 40% Iraqi Physicians Before 2003 Invasion - 34,000

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Iraqi Physicians Who Have Left Iraq Since 2005 Invasion - 12,000 Iraqi Physicians Murdered Since 2003 Invasion - 2,000 Average Daily Hours Iraqi Homes Have Electricity - 1 to 2 hours, per Ryan Crocker, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Average Daily Hours Iraqi Homes Have Electricity - 10.9 in May 2007 Average Daily Hours Baghdad Homes Have Electricity - 5.6 in May 2007 Pre-War Daily Hours Baghdad Homes Have Electricity - 16 to 24 Number of Iraqi Homes Connected to Sewer Systems - 37% Iraqis without access to adequate water supplies - 70% (Per C Water Treatment Plants Rehabilitated - 22%

Who and How? A Magic : 

Who and How? A Magic

Body armor , a technological hero of war in Iraq : 

Body armor , a technological hero of war in Iraq

Yes They are working to Save us From terrorism : 

Yes They are working to Save us From terrorism

A terrorist killed by Us so that he Mmay not be a danger 4 Civilized World : 

A terrorist killed by Us so that he Mmay not be a danger 4 Civilized World

They have successfully removed the terror see the children. : 

They have successfully removed the terror see the children.

A terrorist : 

A terrorist

Weeping Mothers : 

Weeping Mothers

Nay You are Victorious : 

Nay You are Victorious

They have attacked to reconstruct : 

They have attacked to reconstruct

They came to tell muslims how to behave ? : 

They came to tell muslims how to behave ? Blindfolded residents of Hilla, south of Baghdad, November 21, 2006

A two years baby lifeless in the Hands of His Mother : 

A two years baby lifeless in the Hands of His Mother

This is The Feeder of a child Telling the story of ? : 

This is The Feeder of a child Telling the story of ?

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They Have set a Circus of Killing And It Continuous

Till………………………. : 

Till……………………….

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Where are the Saviors of Human Rights? Where is the UNO?

O’ MuslimsDon’t Wait 4 their helpDon’t you see they have done their Job It should be enough to awaken you : 

O’ MuslimsDon’t Wait 4 their helpDon’t you see they have done their Job It should be enough to awaken you

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And till know you trying to please them so You will have to pay more لن ترضى عنك اليهود ولا النصارى حتى تتبع ملتهم Carry on if you can Pay This Heavy Payment “ to leave Islam”

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Carry on if you can Pay This Heavy Payment “ to leave Islam” وذلك هو الخسران المبين

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