Oman Quarter, Jaza’er , Basra, Iraq Section : 303, Lan: 19, House: 8 Close to Ibn Ghazwan Hospital





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Iraq \ Baghdad \ Al-Harthiya District \ Al-Kindy Street \ near TBI Bank \ Al-Kindy Ovens Building \ Muhannad Al-Assaf & Partners for Auditing



About Iraq

Iraq, whose capital is the city of Baghdad, Iraq is located in the western part of the continent of Asia, and supervises the Arab Gulf, which is a federal parliamentary state, and joins the membership of the League of Arab States, the Organization of the Islamic Conference and OPEC, and Iraq was formerly named after Mesopotamia. It is recognized that Iraq is the birthplace of many prophets, including Ibrahim al-Khalil, Adam, Noah, Hud, Salih, Suleiman, Dhu al-Kifil, and Ayoub, peace be upon them all. It is also considered a shrine for many imams, such as Imam Ali bin Abi Talib, and Imam Hussain, And Imam Al-Abbas, and Imam Al-Kazemi, and Imam Abu Hanifa Al-Numan and others.

Information about Iraq

Location: Iraq is located southwest of the Asian continent, bordered to the north by Turkey, to the east by Iran, south kuwait and Saudi Arabia, and to the west by Saudi Arabia, Syria and Jordan. Area: 438,317 sq km. Natural resources: Oil and natural gas as well as a range of minerals such as sulphur and iron. Climate: Dry desert in most of the country.
Census: 32,585,000 (July 2014 estimate). Growth rate: 2.23% (2014 estimates). Ethnic distribution: Between 75% and 80% of Arabs, between 15% and 20% Kurds, and the rest other nationalities, most notably Turkmen and Assyrians.
The absolute majority of the population condemns Islam (Sunni and Shia) with a Christian minority
GDP: $249.4 billion. Annual per capita output: $7,100. Growth rate: 4.2%. Inflation: 2%. Unemployment rate: 16%. External debt: $59.49 billion.
Oil, gas, grains, rice, dates, cotton, livestock, textiles and building materials.
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