Which of the following were true about the iraqi

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Which of the following were true about the Iraqi Resolution?Authorized the United States to usemilitary force; Was passed by Congress
Which of the following were correct about the Second War against Iraq?Did not establish the presenceof weapons of mass destruction; Started in 2003
What was the reasoning for the Second Gulf War?To liberate the Iraqi people
Which of the following was true about the Iraqi Liberation Act?Was authorized under the Clintonadministration
Which of the following was correct about Operation Desert Storm?Was fought against Iraq
Which of the following included under the administration of President Clinton?The Central IntelligenceAgency (CIA) was authorized to use deadly force against bin Laden
The United States ___________.believed that Saddam Hussein was building weapons of massdestruction (WMD)
Which of the following was true about the Iraqi Liberation Act?Was part of the reasoning for additionalmilitary actions against Iraq
Which of the following resulted after the Second Gulf War?The political factions that had beensuppressed by Saddam re-emergedWho were the Kurds?Were subjected to attacks by Saddam HusseinWhich of the following was correct weapons of mass destruction?Were believed to be in IraqSaddam Hussein ___________.ruled Iraq for almost 24 yearsThe United States ___________.commenced military operations against Iraq in March of 2003
Which of the following American Presidents was involved in the Iran Hostage Crisis? Jimmy CarterWhich of the following were the reasons why Jimmy Carter failed to get the Americans released? Hewanted the Americans to be released on “humanitarian grounds”
What was Iranian plan to seize the American consulate?
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