sunnis, shiites, and kurds?

in Iraq, by id 2006, a small scale civil war, primarily between shiite and sunni muslims started. the situation appeared to be steadily degenerating.

how was each respective religion in the conflict introduced into that nation or region? by what methods, when and whom (the main indivuals or groups involved)? how did the inhabitatnts initially react? was there any resistance and if so how was it quelled?

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Kurds seek independence.

  • molly_
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Look it up in news articles and whatnot. Don't rely on answers from people here. Find your own facts.

    The difference between Sunni and Shiite is that they disagree on who Muhammad wanted as his sort of successor when he died. I assume you mean a specific, current conflict, which I'm pretty sure is just a political power struggle between two less than harmonious religious groups, caused by the void of government left after the United States toppled Saddam Hussein. The Kurds were persecuted under Saddam and are now looking to receive independence from whatever government is established.

  • 1 decade ago

    do your own homework. anyone who answers this is contributing to the reason why our country is STUPID

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    idunno man but it sounds like potty language.

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