Was there a hue and cry when Persia decided to become Iraq?

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  • Was there a hue and cry when Persia decided to become Iraq?


Answer #1 | 06/02 2014 02:38
I think you mean Iran. There was opposition because of the fear that western influence was corrupting Islamic fundamentalism. To a certain extent it is the same to this day. Who should rule a democratically elected state of the Sharia law.
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Answer #2 | 06/02 2014 03:24
No. Mainly because Persia didn't become Iraq. It became Iran.
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Answer #3 | 06/02 2014 03:46
No, because at the time Persia was known as the colonial name. The name Iran was named after the Aryans, of which the Persians were one tribe.
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Answer #4 | 06/02 2014 12:53
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