As a vitally important resource both for the economy and survival, water turns out to be a matter of conflict in the domestic policy and this inevitably poses threat for the whole of Iraq Updated : Published : The clashes that erupted at the end of 2013 in Fallujah, a city in the Iraqi province of al-Anbar, have continuously posed a danger for the security of the country. There are no estimations as to when the conflict between the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), an al-Qaeda-linked organization, and troops of the central Iraqi government will come to an end. This conflict has regional influences as well. Some ISIL-affiliated groups active in the cities of Fallujah and Ramadi seized the control of the Fallujah dam.The dam, built for irrigation in 1985, does not include a hydroelectric power station. The Iraqi general staff explained that the dam, constructed […]