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Ibrahim Ahmad in the region of Anbar is a town in Iraq - some 21 mi (or 34 km) North-West of Baghdad, the country's capital city.

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Current time in Ibrahim Ahmad is now 02:24 AM (Friday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Baghdad" with an UTC offset of 3 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Zaya, Tikrit, Arab Salman, Mutlaq Nayif, Marqabah or Husayn Khudayr. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Sulayman Nazif, Ibrahim Ahmad, Husayn 'Ali as Sa'd, Hudayb al Husayn, Ash Shaykh Nahif and Qaryat ad Dabitiyahi. We encountered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.


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Interesting facts about this location

Battle of Cunaxa

The Battle of Cunaxa was fought in 401 BC between Cyrus the Younger and his elder brother Arsaces, who had inherited the Persian throne as Artaxerxes II in 404 BC. The great battle of the revolt of Cyrus took place 70 km north of Babylon, at Cunaxa, on the left bank of the Euphrates River. The main source is a Greek eyewitness and soldier, Xenophon.

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Located at 33.51, 44.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
Tags:401 BC, 5th-century BC conflicts, Anabasis (Xenophon), Battles involving ancient Greece, Battles involving the Achaemenid Empire

Dur-Kurigalzu

Dur-Kurigalzu was a city in southern Mesopotamia near the confluence of the Tigris and Diyala rivers about 30 km west of the center of Baghdad. It was founded by a Kassite king of Babylon, Kurigalzu I, some time in the 14th century BC, and was abandoned after the fall of the Kassite dynasty.

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Located at 33.51, 44.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
Tags:Archaeological sites in Iraq, Baghdad Province, Kassite cities

Al Nasr Wal Salam

Al Nasr Wal Salam or Nasser Wa Salaam is a city in the Abu Ghraib district of Baghdad Governorate, about 30 km west Baghdad, It has 150,000 inhabitants.

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Located at 33.51, 44.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:Populated places in Baghdad Province, Populated places on the Euphrates River

Camp Liberty

Camp Liberty is a former United States military installation in Baghdad, Iraq, now being used by the People's Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI). Camp Liberty first came into existence during the 2003 invasion of Iraq as Camp Victory North, and was renamed in mid-September 2004 (its Arabic translation is "Camp Al-Tahreer") to its later name of Camp Liberty. Other camps that make up the Victory Base Complex include Camp Victory (formerly known as Camp Victory South), Camp Striker, Seitz, and Camp Slayer.

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Located at 33.51, 44.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 17 mi away.
Tags:Closed military facilities of the United States in Iraq, Refugee camps

MEK Compound

The MEK Compound (Mujahedin-E Khalq) in Fallujah, Iraq (also known as Camp Fallujah) is a large compound used by the U.S. Marines from 2004 to 2009. Prior to Marine occupation, the Iranian dissident group called Mujahideen-e-Khalq used the MEK as a training camp, but turned it over to the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne on May 11, 2003 after the Mujahideen-e-Khalq surrender. On March 24, 2004, the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force took over the facility and used it as a base camp.

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Located at 33.51, 44.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 18 mi away.
Tags:Closed military facilities of the United States in Iraq, Defunct United States Marine Corps facilities, United States Marine Corps in the Iraq War