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tr.v. Ar·ab·ized, Ar·ab·iz·ing, Ar·ab·iz·es
1. To make Arabic in form, style, or character.
2. To bring under Arab influence or control.

Ar′ab·i·za′tion (-bĭ-zā′shən) n.
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(ˌærəbaɪˈzeɪʃən) or


(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) transfer to Arab control
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[ˌærəbaɪˈzeɪʃən] Narabización f
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He told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) that "the Kurds are considering withdrawal from the entire political process, including the President of the Republic and all the deputies and ministers for many reasons, not only the budget," noting that "the partners have not left us another choice, we now consider the withdrawal from the whole political process and leave it to partners to enjoy it." "The partners have not left us anything in this country, which is called the Iraqi State, and no one hears any words or suggestions from us," Nuri said, added "We are not allowed to present any suggestion or notice to be added to what is described as contempt, humiliation, starvation, exclusion, siege and Arabization of Kurdish areas.
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The peace plan failed, however, on the contested status of Kirkuk--which the Kurds saw as the capital city in the autonomous region, but which the Baath regime wanted to keep outside of the autonomous region altogether--and on the fact that the Baath regime intensified implementation of the Arabization process described below (Marr 2004: 155; see even Manafy 2005: 87-89).