The Displacement Crisis in Iraq and Its Impact on Political and Societal Instability

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Saja Fadhil Abbas


The current study of this research included the reality of displacement and population migration and the impact of that on the geographical distribution of indigenous people and the economic, societal, cultural, political and religious implications. The study specifically dealt with the chronological history of displacement in Iraq before and after 2003. The focus was on and shed light on forced and forced displacement for various reasons, the most important of which are societal insecurity, religious and sectarian extremism, and poor economic conditions that had a significant role for a better life in search of sources of livelihood and aspiration. For a better standard of living.

The current study examines the impact of political, cultural and economic transformations and their prominent role in the qualitative displacement process. Identify the economic effects of population displacement in Iraq, that displacement may be necessary due to external influences or a temporary solution for the displaced, and this affects the general and private behavior of the displaced and may lose his balance and adaptation to the environment and the new reality that he will suffer from until the psychological burden with the new reality. Political stability is one of the most prominent matters affecting human stability within a pre-prepared environment. Conflicts of all kinds are an important factor on the population distribution of a particular region and their negative repercussions that lead to displacement in search of a foothold in which to search for stability, security and a better life. Conflicts of all kinds and roots that appear cannot be tolerated and absorbed. The community has an internal or external influence, which forces the citizen to flee for reasons related to his personal, psychological, societal and cultural existence.

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