ENG101 Iraqi Threat Misconception To American Democracy In Iraq War

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Running Head: MISCONCEPTION OF THE IRAQI THREAT TO AMERICAN
DEMOCRACY DURING THE IRAQ WAR

Sajad Alsadah
11427125
ENG 101
Major Assignment 3: Written Researched Argument
8th February 2019

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MISCONCEPTION OF THE IRAQI THREAT TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY DURING
THE IRAQ WAR

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Misconception of the Iraqi Threat to American Democracy during the Iraq War
The development of the Iraq War which started in 2003 began under the Bush
administration. The reasons for the war was as a result of big misconceptions in which it was
thought that the war was a straight response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers
which killed thousands of US citizens. In a real sense there was no clear evidence of the
connection between Iraq and the terrorist attack. Terrorism had now become a significant
problem for the Bush administration, and it brought the feeling that the values of the American
people had dwindled. Saddam Hussein’s regime was to be abolished by the United States and
confiscate all the weapons of mass destruction which were thought to be in Iraq. From the onset
of the war, the primary intention of the United States was to mainly take down the leadership of
Saddam Hussein from the government of Iraq. For the Bush administration to undertake the
decision, they had to find support from other international bodies. This was because the United
States law did not give the president the right to solely give the decision of going to war with
another country. However, the United States did not know the War would take eight years for
them to accomplish their mission completely. The War gained global attention since the presence
of the United States troops mission became complex, and they had developed the renewed
mission of combating the threat of terrorism in the whole of Middle East (Britton, 2006). The
environment was much heightened due to the 9/11 incident, and the Bush administration faced a
significant outcry from its supporters and the media. The attack had meant that the liberty, safety
and values of democracy of the American people had been taken away.
From the outset, the removal of Saddam Hussein was received with sympathy, though it
was a feeling which represented a small group of Americans. The majority of the citizens were
wholly inclined to believing that Iraq had played a major role in supporting the al Qaeda terrorist

MISCONCEPTION OF THE IRAQI THREAT TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY DURING
THE IRAQ WAR

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group. Keeping this in mind, the people were not completely convinced that those reasons would
justify the process of taking action unilaterally. Some of the citizens had the view that there
should be more decisive evidence to warrant the attack on the Saddam Hussein regime. The
United States did not find evidence which was expected to warrant them to remove Saddam from
power. At this time, the Bush administration felt that it was precise to start the war. The
development of many misconceptions, therefore, justified the process of the United States going
to war with Iraq. The role of the media played a vital role in the process of conducting the war
(Fry, 2011). The Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) had carried out a series of
polls which brought out findings of the degree of pervasiveness of the misperceptions which
were present as a result of the 9/11 attacks.
Before the war started and after it ended a significant number of Americans have held the
opinion that there was the existence of links between the Saddam Hussein ad...

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