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Iran–Iraq War
بٱرجایی د the Persian Gulf conflicts
Iran-Iraq war-gallery.png
Participation of child soldiers on the Iranian front (top left); Iranian soldier wearing a gas mask (top right); Port quarter view of USS Stark listing to port after being mistakenly struck by an Iraqi warplane (middle left); Pro-Iraq PMOI forces killed in Operation Mersad (middle right); Iraqi prisoners of war after the re-capture of Khorramshahr by Iranians (below left); ZU-23-2 being used by the Iranian Army (below right).
ڤیرگار 22 September 1980 – 20 August 1988
(7 years, 10 months, 4 weeks and 1 day)
جاگٱ Iran, Iraq, Persian Gulf
نٱتیجٱ Stalemate; both sides claim victory
  • Iraqi failure to annex Iranian territories and bolster Arab separatism in Khuzestan Province of Iran
  • Iranian failure to topple Saddam Hussein and destroy Iraqi military power as well as inspire sectarian divide in Iraq[۱]
  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 598
آلشتکاریٛا
ڤلاتجایا
"Status quo ante bellum"; observed by United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group based on United Nations Security Council Resolution 619
لایٛا درگیر
 Iran

KDP
PUK
22x20px ISCI
Islamic Dawa Partyچوٙأ:Cn

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PMOI
DRFLAچوٙأ:Verify source
 Sudan[۴]

فٱرمونیٛا و رٱدیارکاریٛا
ايران Ruhollah Khomeini
(Supreme Leader of Iran)
عراق Saddam Hussein
(President of Iraq)
زیربٱئرجایا درگیر
see order of battle see order of battle
نیرۊیا
At the onset of the war:[۱۷]
110,000–150,000 soldiers,
1,700–2,100 tanks,[۱۸] (500 operable)[۱۹]
1,000 armoured vehicles,
300 operable artillery pieces,[۲۰]
485 fighter-bombers (205 fully operational),
750 helicopters
After Iraq withdrew from Iran in 1982:
350,000 soldiers,
700 tanks,
2,700 armoured vehicles,
400 artillery pieces,
350 aircraft,
700 helicopters
Early 1988:[۲۱]
600,000 soldiers,
1,000 operable tanks,
800 armoured vehicles,
600 heavy artillery pieces,
60–80 fighter-bombers,
70–90 helicopters
At the onset of the war:[۲۲]
200,000 soldiers,
2,800 tanks,
4,000 APCs,
1,400 artillery pieces,
380 fighter-bombers,
350 helicopters
After Iraq withdrew from Iran in 1982:
175,000 soldiers,
1,200 tanks,
2,300 armoured vehicles,
400 artillery pieces,
450 aircraft,
180 helicopters
At the end of the war:
1,500,000 soldiers,[۲۳]
~5,000 tanks,
8,500–10,000 APCs,
6,000–12,000 artillery pieces,
900 fighter-bombers,
1,000 helicopters
کوشتٱ و زٱخمداریٛا
123,220–160,000 KIA and 60,711 MIA (Iranian claim)[۲۴][۲۵]
200,000–600,000 killed (other estimates)[۲۴][۲۶][۲۷][۲۸][۲۹][۳۰][۳۱][۳۲][۳۳]
800,000 killed (Iraqi claim)[۲۴]

320,000–500,000 WIA[۲۷][۳۴][۳۵]
40,000–42,875 POW[۳۴][۳۵]
11,000–16,000 civilian dead[۲۴][۲۵]
Economic loss of US$627 billion[۲۶][۳۶]

105,000–375,000 killed[۳۴][۳۶][۳۷][۳۸][۳۹]
250,000–500,000 (other estimates)[۴۰]
400,000 WIA[۳۸]

70,000 POW[۲۷][۳۸]
Economic loss of $561 billion[۲۶][۳۶]

100,000+ civilians killed on both sides[۴۱]
(not including 50,000–100,000 civilians killed in the Al-Anfal campaign)[۴۲]
¹ The exact number of Iraqi Shia that fought alongside Iran is unknown. The Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq and Islamic Dawa Party supported Iran during the war. Iran would sometimes organise divisions of Iraqi POWs to fight against Iraq.


مؽنونٱیا

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