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Comparing Script for the Independence Day of Iraq

Iraqis celebrate the day of their independence on October 3, 1932. Independence Day is a national holiday in Iraq and it marks their independence from Britain. Until the end of the first world war, Iraq had been part of Ottoman Empire which collapsed on 1920. Subsequently, Britain took control of Iraq; named it ‘State of Iraq’. Then, Hashemite King, Faisal I ruled as client ruler of Britain from 1920 to 1933. He died in 1933 and then King Ghazi took power until 1958 when on 14 July revolution led to Iraq becoming a republic. Since then, Iraqis celebrate this day with full enthusiasm. If you are preparing yourself for the independence day event at your school or college, the article below; Comparing Script for the Independence Day of Iraq can help you host the program. With that being said happy INDEPENDENCE DAY and let’s get started.


Comparing Script for the Independence Day of Iraq
Comparing Script for the Independence Day of Iraq

Comparing Script for the Independence Day of Iraq

Anchor 1: Salam-un-Alaikum and good morning. Hope you all are doing well. Me _____ and

Anchor 2: Me______, your host for today’s event.

Anchor 1: With faith, discipline and selfless devotion to duty, there is nothing worthwhile that you can’t achieve. 

~Muhammad Ali Jinnah

It was difficult enough to get freedom until we were fully ready to devote with discipline. October 3, reminds us of the struggle, devotion, sacrifice, unity to get freedom from Britain rule.

Anchor 1: So, on behalf of the school family and our respected principle, we would like to welcome you all to our today’s function to commemorate freedom and liberty.

Anchor 2: To start by the name of the one and only, the eternal and absolute, we would like to call (name of the reciter) for the recitation of holy Quran.

Anchor 1: Subhan-ul-Allah!

Anchor 2: Here, can anybody tell me who wrote the national anthem of Iraq our beloved country?

Anchor 1: Mawtini is actually a Palestinian anthem written by Ibrahim Touqan And it’s been the national anthem of Iraq since 2004, on the order of the coalition provincial authority chief Paul Bremer.

Anchor 2: 


Anchor 2: Hence, to welcome you all, our students from class (name of the class) have prepared themselves.

(after welcome performance)

Anchor 1: Wow, lovely performance!

Anchor 2: So, once again put your hands together to appreciate them.

Anchor 1: “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.”
-Ronald Reagan-

Anchor 2: We would like to call upon (name of the speaker) to share his views. So, please give a round of applause for him.

(after the speech)

Anchor 1: Hence, those who are in the position of strength are responsible to protect the weak. Thank you, (name of the speaker).

Anchor 2: All the world is a stage. William Shakespeare

So, for the blink of an eye, let us also create the stage, stage for the drama to show some reality of past struggle.

Anchor 1: For that purpose, put your hands together for the group of the performers.

(after the drama)

Anchor 2: Wow, significantly, splendid illustration and awesome performance.

Anchor 1: To be sure, they deserve a round of applause.

Anchor 2: At the end of the day, it is time to call upon our respected and hardworking principle. So, put your hands together for him.

(after his speech)

Anchor 1: We all owe you, sir. Without you and your hard work and dedication, it is impossible to make sure quality education.

Anchor 2: Undoubtedly. We hope you had a great time, however, wish you all happiness, peace, health, success, and foremost important liberty.

(Both the anchors): Happy Independence day!



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