The Arabic Language

Arabic, one of the most spoken languages in the world, with over 400 million native speakers around the world, and the official language in 22 countries, is also the most important language for Muslims. It is considered the most important language to Muslims because the Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed (which is the prophet […]Read More


Who was Saddam Hussein?

December 13th 2003 was the last day in the life of the deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, after American forces arrested him near his hometown of Tikrit, about eight months after the fall of Baghdad on the 9th of April. The whole world had been preoccupied by Hussein since he came to power in 1979, […]Read More



Shari’a: when we hear this word we usually don’t think about good things. It’s usually related to Muslim terrorists, cutting heads or hands, bombing, etc … But is that actually a part of Shari’a ? Well, this is what we’re going to find out in this article, but before we know what Shari’a is, we […]Read More


The Sumerian Civilization

The origins of the Sumerians  The state of Sumeria was established in Iraq in an area of ​​fertile soil and extended along the banks of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. The Sumerians came to Mesopotamia from Central Asia and their history began in the fifth millennium BC, recorded on clay tablets written in the cuneiform […]Read More


Who Was Mohammed?

Mohammed, we have all heard this name before or have met someone with this name. One day, when we talk about Mohammed, we are in fact talking about one of the greatest people in the history of humanity and the most influential in us until this moment, as there are nearly two billion people,  Adherents […]Read More


IRAQ 1921-2003

The modern Iraqi state was established in 1921 under the gaze of British rule after Iraq was cut off from the Ottoman Empire during the end of the First World War and the loss of the Axis war states. The Ottoman state was one of its parties alongside the Germans, as the era of the […]Read More


Iraq after 2003

The first American raid on Iraq began on March 20, 2003, and the fall of Baghdad and President Saddam Hussein’s regime ended on April 9 of that year, amid hopes of a new, democratic and prosperous Iraq, so what happened after 15 years? Although the declared pretext for the military invasion by the United States […]Read More


Tourism in Iraq

When you think of Iraq, you might think well of smoke battlefields, cruise missiles, and tank shipping. This country has lived through years of conflict, and while Iraq continues the political conflict, there is a lot to see. This country is covered with natural beauty, such as the winding waterways of the river.  Tigris and […]Read More