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The rise of isis Power destroys a human's mind. Being greedy destroys humans. Humans believe if we have a power we can do it all. This is a conflict between sunni and shiite. This group believe that their allah is their God and Muhammad is their messenger. The difference between these two is their beliefs for who is the next successor. Minister Maliki goes to Washington to end the contract forces between Iraq and the United states. They called it victory because they think Iraq is becoming democratic country who needs to stand on its own. Minister maliki was the president of iraq from 2006-2014 and became a vice president of iraq from 2016-2018 and a part of shiite group. After president Saddam Hussein controlled Iraq for 20 years he violated so many rules and he is also part of sunni group. He violated human rights, he killed 148 iraqi shiites, he paid police officers by just being quiet. 2003, the United states invade Iraq because the economy is falling slowly because of saddam. This also ended sunni's control in iraq. Back on maliki, malaki receives a call from Baghdad that tells hashimi bodyguards are part of terrorists who want to attack the shia government. Shia government is a shiite who are against on sunni discrimination in their time. When all of the US army leave the iraq. Maliki immediately arrested Hashimi and charged him with subversion and sentence of death. Hashimi is the vice president of Iraq and senior sunni politician. Maliki tells this to Obama and Obama said that rule of law should be applied and the Iraq affair should be decided on their own. Hashimi defends himself and his bodyguards that his bodyguard will never be a part of this plot against shia, maybe this is because they are unfortunately tortured there. Maliki's first target was Hashimi and his bodyguards but then Maliki arrested hundreds of sunni and suspected of subversion and held them for a month or longer without charges being filed. Essawi finance minister of iraq told maliki that this is not the way to solve this problem because this is discrimination but maliki didn't listen. Some of sunni's died in the street didn't make it to jail.

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