Al-Shirqat District (Arabic:الشرقاط) is a district of Saladin Governorate, Iraq. The district's capital is the town of Al-Shirqat. Other settlements include Khanugiyah, Mukhayim, Huriyah al-Jadidah, Al-Khadraniyah, Aynah, Ijamasa, and Jamaf. The ancient site of Assur is also located in the district.
The district was captured by the Islamic State in 2014. The senior Islamic State military commander Abu Omar al-Shishani was reported to have been killed in fighting in al-Shirqat in July 2016. The town was fully recaptured on 22 September 2016. More than 160,000 people were displaced from Sharqat due to Islamic State occupation.
Qaḑā’ ash Sharqāţ
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The 2018 Asdira funeral bombing took place on April 12, 2018 in the village of Asdira, located in the Al-Shirqat District of Saladin Governorate in Iraq. The bombing killed 25 people and wounded 18 others. The attack took place at a funeral for Iraqi fighters who had been killed by ISIS.Al-Istiqlal District
Al Istiqlal District is a district of the Baghdad Governorate, Iraq.Al-Nu'maniya District
Al-Nu'maniya District is a district of the Wasit Governorate, Iraq. It includes the Al-Ahrar subdistrict. Its seat is An Numaniyah town.Al-Qurna District
Al-Qurna District is a district of the Basra Governorate, Iraq. Its seat is the town of Al-Qurna.
It is located at 30°53′7″N 47°17′27″E.
The West Qurna Field is located in the district.Al-Shatrah District
Al-Shatra District is a district of the Dhi Qar Governorate, Iraq.Al-Shirqat
Al-Shirqat is a Sunni Arab town west of the Tigris in Saladin Governorate, Iraq. It is the main town of the Al-Shirqat District, and is near the ruins of the ancient Assyrian city of Assur.Anah District
Anah is a district in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq. It is centred on the town of Anah.Assur
Aššur (; Akkadian; Syriac: ܐܫܘܪ Āšūr; Old Persian 𐎠𐎰𐎢𐎼 Aθur, Persian: آشور: Āšūr; Hebrew: אַשּׁוּר: Aššûr, Arabic: اشور), also known as Ashur and Qal'at Sherqat, was the capital of the Old Assyrian Empire (2025–1750 BC), the Middle Assyrian Empire (1365–1050 BC), and for a time, of the Neo-Assyrian Empire (911–608 BC). The remains of the city lie on the western bank of the Tigris River, north of the confluence with its tributary, the Little Zab, in what is now Iraq, more precisely in the al-Shirqat District of the Saladin Governorate.
Occupation of the city itself continued for approximately 4,000 years, from c. 2600 BC to the mid-14th century AD, when the forces of Timur massacred its population. The site is a World Heritage Site, having been added to that organisation's list of sites in danger in 2003 following the conflict that erupted following the 2003 invasion of Iraq and as a result of a proposed dam which would flood some of the site. Assur lies 65 kilometres (40 mi) south of the site of Nimrud and 100 km (60 mi) south of Nineveh.Baiji District
Baiji District is a district of Saladin Governorate, Iraq.Daquq District
Daquq District (Arabic: قضاء داقوق, romanized: qaḍāʾ Daquq) is a district in eastern Kirkuk Governorate, northern Iraq. Administrative center is the city of Daquq.Kifri District, Diyala Governorate
Kifri District (Arabic: قضاء كفري) is one of the six districts of Diyala Governorate in Iraq. Its main town is Kifri. The population was estimated at 42,010 in 2003.Kut District
Kut District (Arabic: قضاء الكوت, romanized: Kaza Al-Kut)is a district of the Wasit Governorate, Iraq. Its seat is the city of Kut.Qal'at Saleh District
Qal'at Saleh District is a district of the Maysan Governorate, Iraq.
Its district centre is Qal'at Saleh, a town of an estimated 40,000 inhabitants, located on the riverbanks of the Tigris, along the road that links Basra to Amarah, a mere 40 km away. Qalat Saleh’s nearest towns are the district centres of Al-Majar Al Kabeer (20 km north-west), Al Kahlaa (17 km north), and Al Azeer (29 km south).Saladin Governorate
The Saladin or Salah ad Din Governorate (Arabic: صلاح الدين, Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn) is a governorate in Iraq, north of Baghdad. The governorate has an area of 24,363 square kilometres (9,407 sq mi). The estimated population in 2003 was 1,042,200 people. The capital is Tikrit; the governorate also contains the significantly larger city of Samarra. Before 1976 the governorate was part of Baghdad Governorate.
The province is named after leader Saladin (written Salah ad-Din in modern Arabic Latin transcription), a Muslim leader who defeated the Crusaders at Hattin, and who hailed from the province. Salah ad Din was the home province of Saddam Hussein; he was born in Al-Awja, a town near Tikrit.Shatt Al-Arab District
Shatt Al-Arab District (Arabic: شط العرب) is a district of Basra Governorate, Iraq. Its seat is the village of Al-Harita (Arabic: الهارثة).Tel Afar District
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Tikrit District is a district of Saladin Governorate, Iraq. Its leading city is Tikrit.Tooz District
Tooz District is a district in the north-eastern part of Saladin Governorate, Iraq. Its main settlement is the city of Tuz Khurmatu. Other towns include Sulaiman Bek, Yankjah, and Amirli.
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