More than twenty years after Iraq launched a full-scale invasion of Iran, a top Iranian lawmaker says Tehran's demands for war compensation should be met.
"Iran has a legal right to seek compensation for the damages it endured during the war imposed by coach bags
former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and this matter should be pursued in all seriousness," Kazem Jalali, Rapporteur of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission said on Sunday.
"The United States is now selling Iraqi oil as reparations for the war it waged on the Middle Eastern country. The Tehran government should also claim compensation," he added.
The eight-year war began on September 22, 1980, a year after thecoach handbags
victory of the Islamic Revolution, when Iraqi troops backed by tanks, warplanes and chemical weapons invaded Iranian territory.
Iraq's Ba'ath regime, led by Saddam Hussein aided and abetted by the United States and a number of Western countries, launched the invasion with the main goal of replacing Iran as the dominant Persian Gulf state.
The conflict finally ended in August 1988 with no compensation paid for the great cost in lives as well as the millions of dollars in economic damages tocheap coach bags