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On the Iraqi military in the 1973 Arab-Israeli War, see Pollack, Arabs at War, pp. 168-175.
For a description of the military operations in the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, see Pollack, Arabs at War, pp. 235-237.
See the firsthand account of the intifadah in al-Salihi, al-Zihal, pp. 63-227.
Congressional Research Service Report 98-386F, March 31, 1999, pp. 9-10.
CRS Issue Brief for Congress IB94049, updated March 28, 2002, pp. 9-10.
For a more detailed analysis of Iraqi military history and capabilities, see Pollack, Arabs at War, pp. 148-266.
Coalition for International Justice, draft manuscript, June 28, 2002, pp. 24-45.
On Iraqi military effectiveness in 1973 and 1980, see Pollack, Arabs at War, pp. 167-176, 183-193.
On Syrian military effectiveness in 1973 and 1976, see Pollack, Arabs at War, pp. 481-523.
Major Karim Abdallah al-Jubburi, in al-Majallah, January 9, 1991, in JPRS-NEA, February 12, 1991, pp. 10-19.
Cicero, De Oratore, II, Ixxxvi, 351-4, quoted in Yates, F The Art of Memory, Penguin, 1966, pp. 17-18.
Short-term Changes in Neural Activity and Behaviour, Cambridge University Press, 1969, pp. 553-66.
Brain Organisation and Memory: Cells, systems and circuits, Oxford University Press, 1990, pp. 52-7.
See also pp. 636-640, where many facts of parental and filial love are quoted.
Also, Besseler, Neubruch nach dem alteren deutschen Recht, pp. 11-12, quoted by Kovalevsky, Modern Custom and Ancient Law, Moscow, 1886, i.