No, it's not. In a given language, there are rules for how to spell a foreign name or what to call it. In German, the proper name for "Germany" is "Deutschland;" in English, it's "Germany." In Spanish, the proper name for the United States of America is "los Estados Unidos de América," and the proper name for "England" is "Inglaterra." Etc. In English, the proper term for the country once ruled by Saddam Hussein is "Iraq," not "Irak." "Irak" may be proper in German, but it is not proper in English.