The Central Bank of Iraq is said to have 90 tons of gold reserves. But, there is a conspiracy theory that the United States stole Iraqi gold and oil, specifically $20 TRILLION in gold and $30 TRILLION in oil. This has been a topic of debate for many years, with some believing that the US took advantage of the situation and stole Iraq's gold. The photos of American soldiers holding Iraqi gold bars are genuine, but they only show them taking pictures with the gold they seized in Iraq.
This has led to further speculation about what happened to the rest of the gold. The Iraq Development Fund (DFI) was set up after the invasion of Iraq ended, and Iraqi oil was sold to help finance it. This has led some to believe that the US used this money to buy Iraqi gold. However, there is no evidence to support this claim.
The US government has denied any involvement in the theft of Iraqi gold. They have stated that all of the gold seized by US forces was returned to Iraq. The truth about what happened to Iraq's gold remains a mystery. There are many theories, but no one knows for sure what happened to it.
It is possible that some of it was stolen, but it is also possible that it is still in Iraq or has been moved elsewhere.