Arabs in Pakistan - Migrants - Iraqis

Iraqis

There are a few hundred Iraqis, most of whom are categorised as refugees.

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Second Battle Of Al Faw - Aftermath
... The Iraqis had planned the offensive well ... Prior to the attack the Iraqi soldiers gave themselves poison gas antidotes to shield themselves from the effect of the saturation of gas ... executed use of chemical weapons was the decisive factor in the Iraqi victory ...
Siege Of Abadan - The Siege
... Although the Iraqis were repulsed by the Iranian Pasdaran unit, they managed to surround Abadan on three sides and occupy a portion of the city ... However the Iraqis could not overcome the stiff resistance sections of the city still under Iranian control were resupplied at night by boat ... The Iraqis kept up a siege for several months, but never succeeded in capturing Abadan ...
Soviet Support For Iraq During The Iran–Iraq War - Air Defense - Interceptors and Air-to-air Missiles
... The Iraqis were displeased with Soviet air-to-air missiles ... technicians were reported to have helped the Iraqis modify some MiG-21s to carry the French-made R550 Magic air-to-air missile ... The Iraqis claimed to have used a MiG-21 so equipped to down an F-14 ...
Expatriates In The United Arab Emirates - Iraqis
... Iraqis in the UAE have a population exceeding 100,000 and form one of the largest community of non-citizen Arabs in the UAE ... Most Iraqis are recent immigrants who have fled instability back home while Syria, Jordan, Iran and Lebanon were ultimate destinations for most refugees, a large influx sought the United Arab ... In addition, an increasing number of Iraqi students seeking education and career opportunities opted for the country in light of its relatively reputable institutions across the Middle East ...