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The U.S. had to take the chance as part of the force to eradicate weapons of mass destruction from the country
The objective was to target and strike the military and security stations in Iraq that gave the country an innate capability and strength to produce and use WMD
The inspectors of weapons were not allowed into Iraq until November 2002. This was when and after the U.N. SC had attained its resolution 1441. The United States of America had direct many reasons and compositions at influencing the general avenues of the incursion of Iraq in 2003.
Terrorism is one of the detrimental aspects in the world. Because of terrorism, there have occurred varied incidences of people and property being destroyed.
The increase in knowledge and skill among the people has led to devolution and evolution of destructive weapons that have been named as weapons of mass destruction in the developed nations.
Body-Discussion (arguments to be discussed with and against)
The war was dubbed procedure of Iraqi Freedom from the U.S.
Former chief anti-terrorism consultant on the UNSC had faith that Bush worked in his office with a determined strategy to attack Iraq. From Blair's perspective, one of the main triggers was the failure of Iraq to get rid of the alleged nuclear weapons in its possession.
In order to foster an equitable plan for managing the available avenues of production in the market, there is great chance and possibility of seeing many nations engage in conflicts as experienced in the first and the second world wars.
The Iraq government under Saddam Hussein had not taken even a single chance to get rid of the dangerous nuclear weapons.
The CIA came up with a report in 2005 stating that there were not even one nuclear weapon and many other WMD had been identified in Iraq (Allin, 2007, p.124).
In Iraq, Saddam Hussein was in pole position over the conspiracy that weapons of mass destruction were being manufactured under his authority.
The influence of the UN and many other arms of governments did not have any impact on stopping the occurrences of criminal activities in the world.
The U.S. war in Iraq remains to be one of the fierce encounters since the times of the first and the second world wars.
Several combats were staged with numerous weapons used against humanity and property.
Many nations and individuals were not for the intention of the U.S. To attack Iraq and Hussein's government.
Nonetheless, those who were for the attack happened to have had the better say. Therefore, the attack was staged and implemented
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