Arab Nationalism - A national political movement with objective to accomplish the complete independence of Arab states, to resurrect the Arabic civilization, and to accomplish unity between the Arab people to form one nation, one country (eliminating all borders between the Arab countries) that would contribute to the human civilization participating in building a just and free society.
This movement began at the start of the twentieth century and grew its activities after the state of Israel came into existence in 1948.
Pan-Arabism - A nationalistic ideology and cumulative feeling that an Arab person belongs to the "Arabic nation" with common characteristics throughout the Arabic homeland from the Atlantic Ocean to the Arabian Gulf. This thought draws its major elements from spiritual, social, cultural, historical, and common language ties.
Iraqi nationalists - One who believes in a strong unified Iraq within its own boarders, with its own identity and special characteristics that make it distinctive than the rest of the Arab world.