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" ... newspaper, from which their group took its name. The Sidqi coup marked a major turning point in Iraqi history; it made a crucial breach in the constitution, and it opened the door to further military involvement in politics. It also temporarily displaced... "
The Modern History of Iraq - Page 47
by Phebe Marr - 2004 - 392 pages
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Identity and Foreign Policy in the Middle East

Shibley Telhami, Michael N. Barnett - History - 2002 - 207 pages
...Turkoman; and Ja'far Abul Timman, a Shiite. Not surprisingly, the government, led by Suleiman, "contained not a single advocate of the pan-Arab cause on which all previous governments had been founded." 19 Here was the first conscious effort to define an identity for Iraq that took into consideration...
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Iraq: Issues, Historical Background, Bibliography

Anca Carrington - Political Science - 2003 - 207 pages
...involvement in politics. It also temporarily displaced the elite that had ruled since the state was founded; the new government contained few Arab Sunnis and not a single advocate of a pan-Arab cause. This configuration resulted in a foreign policy oriented toward Turkey and Iran instead...
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