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Iraq an economic Study

 
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President Obama's message to MALIKI - "PM Maliki must take lead in securing the country."

Maliki aint goin nowhere...
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June 19, 2914

Maliki has refused to resign in exchange for supporting U.S. air

The spokesman of the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki rejected the condition set by the United States and spends his resignation in exchange for launching the U.S. Air Force air strikes on terrorist groups of Bdaash in the country.

newspaper The Guardian British Zuhair Alnahr spokesman for al-Maliki, said on Thursday , "that the West should support the immediate efforts of the Iraqi government forces against" Daash "instead of demanding a change in government," and stressed that al-Maliki "has not been used at all methods of sectarianism."

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Obama Sending Support to the Maliki Government in Fight Against Terrorist

Washington (CNN) -- [Adds breaking news update 1:59 p.m.]

President Barack Obama said on Thursday he's prepared to send up to 300 military advisers to Iraq to "assess how we can best train, advise and support Iraqi security forces."
Obama added that "American forces will not be returning to combat" but will help Iraqis "take the fight to terrorists who threaten the Iraqi people, the region and American interests as well."

Pentagon ready to send troops to Iraq

[Original story moved at 1:47 p.m.]
Up to 100 U.S. special forces -- probably Green Berets, Army Rangers and Navy SEALs -- would go to Iraq to advise its military and collect intelligence under a Pentagon plan offered to President Barack Obama, according to several U.S. officials.

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Iraq Doesn't Need The U.S. They Have Russia ~ Parliamentary Security: Iraq will cut off its relations with the United States if it does not adhere to the Convention Strategy

Parliamentary Security: Iraq will cut off its relations with the United States if it does not adhere to the Convention Strategy

Announced for the security and defense committee in the previous parliament, that the Iraqi government will cut off its relations with the United States if it does not adhere to the implementation and application of the strategic agreement signed between the two countries, while suggesting that Iraq will look for other countries to buy weapons such as Russia.

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President Obama's message to MALIKI - "PM Maliki must take lead in securing the country."

Maliki aint goin nowhere...
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Also from Obama's speech:

"Now that the results of Iraq’s recent election has been certified, a new parliament should convene as soon as possible."

"The formation of a new government will be an opportunity to begin a genuine dialogue and forge a government that represents the legitimate interests of all Iraqis.

Now, it’s not the place for the United States to choose Iraq’s leaders. It is clear, though, that only leaders that can govern with an inclusive agenda are going to be able to truly bring the Iraqi people together and help them through this crisis."

"Meanwhile, the United States will not pursue military actions that support one sect inside of Iraq at the expense of another."

"And so we’ve consulted with Prime Minister Maliki. And we’ve said that to him privately. We’ve said publicly, that whether he is prime minister or any other leader aspires to lead the country, that it has to be an agenda in which Sunni, Shia and Kurd all feel that they have the opportunity to advance their interest through the political process."





He's trying to appear somewhat neutral in Iraqi elections here, probably so as not to piss off the Maliki's Shiite supporters too much, but those last three quotes, taken together, are the policy that has been discussed over the last 24 hours. Namely, that we don't support a noninclusive government, and will not go in, in any serious manner, until there is an inclusive government in place. Does anyone really think Maliki is the guy that will ever meet that standard?

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[link to online.wsj.com]

WASHINGTON—The Obama administration is signaling that it wants a new government in Iraq without Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, convinced the Shiite leader is unable to reconcile with the nation's Sunni minority and stabilize a volatile political landscape.

The U.S. administration is indicating it wants Iraq's political parties to form a new government without Mr. Maliki as he tries to assemble a ruling coalition following elections this past April, U.S. officials say.
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"PM Maliki must take lead in securing the country."



I don't see that in the transcript, but I only read the parts that seemed to deal with Maliki, because even when I read Obama, I hear Obama in my head, and I just don't enjoy that. Could you put it in context?

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I got it off of the Fox News broadcast...
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Mideast correspondent for BuzzFeed, reporting from Istanbul.

Mike Giglio ‏@mike_giglio · 42s
Sense in Baghdad-from residents to pols-is that Maliki's doomed. "Critics + foes are circling" as the guardian put it [link to www.theguardian.com] …

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If the Iraqi dinar never Rv'd and/or became worthless, I would still consider buying dinar to be a blessing, in that it has showed me so much about my self, fear, hope, dependency, and on and on, if you bother to pay attention, all things in life are there for us to heal, grow and change.
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CBI: security situation not affect IQD. expert: Foreign Exchange temporary storage
Central Bank: security situation will not affect the Iraqi dinar, an expert says. Foreign Exchange storage would be temporary


Central Bank: security situation will not affect the Iraqi dinar, an expert says. Foreign Exchange storage would be temporary

June 19, 2014 2: 13 pm
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The Iraqi Central Bank, said on Thursday that the security situation in the country "will not have a major impact on the Iraqi dinar", attributing the reason to the "power of the Iraqi dinar and the precautions that support", with a financial expert pointed out that the turnout of Iraqi citizens to hoard hard currencies would be "temporally", the Governor of the Iraqi economy to balance the dinar per covered with 1.3% of the dollar which "once again a third."

He said the Iraqi Central Bank Governor Abdel Basset Turki said in an interview with the (range), the CBI functions according to law is the preservation and stability of the dinar against other currencies ", stating that "the World Bank has examined and discussed the current security situation in the country and their impact on the financial situation in the country."

He said "what is Turkish from foreign currency reserves at the Central Bank would be to control the dinar exchange rate against the dollar," he said, adding that "the cash reserve for Iraqi dinar amounts to 70 billion dollars and that the Central Bank is able to support the dinar exchange rate, which currently stands at 1,200 dinars to the dollar, so there is no fear for the dinar at the current time."

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[link to www.investorsiraq.com]

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I can't post it from the phone, but there's an AP article that we should have soon that says three guys from within the Islamic Supreme Council, Hakim's group, are jockeying to take his job. I've been wanting to say this for a long time in this...And so it begins!

Ask not for whom the bell tolls, Maliki. It tolls for thee.
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Again, can't post the link, but at Friday prayers, Sistani called for a new, effective government, and blamed Maliki for the Sunni insurgency. The Grand Ayatollah has spoken, and the National Alliance now says it is looking for a new PM. This Maliki is finished.
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Again, can't post the link, but at Friday prayers, Sistani called for a new, effective government, and blamed Maliki for the Sunni insurgency. The Grand Ayatollah has spoken, and the National Alliance now says it is looking for a new PM. This Maliki is finished.
 Quoting: Revbo™


Top Shiite cleric calls for new government in Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) — The spiritual leader of Iraq's Shiite majority called for a new, "effective" government Friday, increasing pressure on the country's prime minister as an offensive by Sunni militants rages on.

Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani's comments at Friday prayers contained thinly veiled criticism that Shiite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, in office since 2006, was to blame for the nation's crisis over the blitz by the al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

[link to hosted2.ap.org]
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National Alliance has had enough, too.



BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - June 20: A source close to the National Alliance, the coalition forces would meet soon to determine the future of the prime minister in the light of the data local, regional and international signals received recently.

He added that "the National Alliance will resolve the ordered and will confirm to the Iraqis in a detailed statement of his quest to build a national consensus government and not to return permanently to the Government of the political majority."

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"National Alliance" began searching for an alternative candidate for Maliki

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A senior source revealed to change that, "the National Alliance began searching for an alternative candidate for al-Maliki to head the next government."
The source reported that "the coalition received signals by U.S. advisers and from the speech of President Obama stresses abandon Washington for its support of the owners," stressing that "the National Alliance is considering choosing one of the five names on the table now as a substitute for the leader of the Dawa party to put forward a candidate for the Alliance during the week." .
noting that "the names currently on the table are all of Ibrahim al-Jaafari and Adel Abdul Mahdi and Tariq Ahmed Chalabi and the star and Faleh al-Fayad."


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I can't post it from the phone, but there's an AP article that we should have soon that says three guys from within the Islamic Supreme Council, Hakim's group, are jockeying to take his job. I've been wanting to say this for a long time in this...And so it begins!

Ask not for whom the bell tolls, Maliki. It tolls for thee.
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PMSL.
MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

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I can't post it from the phone, but there's an AP article that we should have soon that says three guys from within the Islamic Supreme Council, Hakim's group, are jockeying to take his job. I've been wanting to say this for a long time in this...And so it begins!

Ask not for whom the bell tolls, Maliki. It tolls for thee.
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PMSL.
MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

rockonrockonrockon
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chuckle I had to google PMSL.
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Again, can't post the link, but at Friday prayers, Sistani called for a new, effective government, and blamed Maliki for the Sunni insurgency. The Grand Ayatollah has spoken, and the National Alliance now says it is looking for a new PM. This Maliki is finished.
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Oh boy...ok...hold on...from Yota @ DV...
Top Shiite cleric deals blow to al-Maliki leadership

With Secretary of State John Kerry and U.S. military advisers heading to Iraq, political support for Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki was dealt a serious blow Friday with a call by the spiritual leader of Iraq's Shiite majority for a new, "effective" government.

"It is necessary for the winning political blocs to start a dialogue that yields an effective government that enjoys broad national support, avoids past mistakes and opens new horizons toward a better future for all Iraqis," al-Sisanti said in a message delivered by his representative Ahmed al-Safi in the holy city of Karbala.

[link to www.usatoday.com]

I am very stunned He made this public. A senior religious reference stating this is a major blow. Normally, these types of Officials will not take sides. They may elude indirectly, by their comments. However, this is not a shot across the bow !!! Godspeed to the Iraq people ! Ohio chic...I was true and genuine in my latter statement !!! Progress may be made...let's watch. If so, things will progress faster than a greased chicken !!!!

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Again, can't post the link, but at Friday prayers, Sistani called for a new, effective government, and blamed Maliki for the Sunni insurgency. The Grand Ayatollah has spoken, and the National Alliance now says it is looking for a new PM. This Maliki is finished.
 Quoting: Revbo™


Top Shiite cleric calls for new government in Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) — The spiritual leader of Iraq's Shiite majority called for a new, "effective" government Friday, increasing pressure on the country's prime minister as an offensive by Sunni militants rages on.

Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani's comments at Friday prayers contained thinly veiled criticism that Shiite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, in office since 2006, was to blame for the nation's crisis over the blitz by the al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

[link to hosted2.ap.org]
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I told Ali he didn't have hair on his ass if he didn't call out Maliki. Glad to see all it took was a little goading.
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I was thinking the same thing
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Fun, ain't it?

It's nice to see some of our media catching up on this, with the AP articles today, but here's how wrong most of them still are...I just heard on local conservative talk radio, during an ABC News break, "Shiite cleric al-Sistani is calling for Iraqi prime minister Maliki to be more inclusive of minorities in his government." That's not what Sistani said, at all. He said "New government." Period.
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Again, can't post the link, but at Friday prayers, Sistani called for a new, effective government, and blamed Maliki for the Sunni insurgency. The Grand Ayatollah has spoken, and the National Alliance now says it is looking for a new PM. This Maliki is finished.
 Quoting: Revbo™


Top Shiite cleric calls for new government in Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) — The spiritual leader of Iraq's Shiite majority called for a new, "effective" government Friday, increasing pressure on the country's prime minister as an offensive by Sunni militants rages on.

Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani's comments at Friday prayers contained thinly veiled criticism that Shiite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, in office since 2006, was to blame for the nation's crisis over the blitz by the al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

[link to hosted2.ap.org]
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I told Ali he didn't have hair on his ass if he didn't call out Maliki. Glad to see all it took was a little goading.
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Fuck you, whoever is reporting me for copyright violations. I'm not posting whole articles anymore, and here's another one.

[link to www.almadapress.com]


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Description orator F Ramadi on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "Palmtath for blood and war criminal of the first kind," and explained that it is working to "rally the militias and gangs of Iran to the extermination of the Year", and among that al-Maliki "was released killers of prisons secret to be under his command the implementation of that ", he stressed that" the fall is very close and will be held accountable according to the law. "

Between the preacher and gray that "al-Maliki, who wants to be the people his slaves had dashed all his plans," stressing that "the fall of the tyrant al-Maliki is very close and will be held accountable according to the law with both sought to kill thousands of people of Anbar and Fallujah in cold blood."
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Fuck you, whoever is reporting me for copyright violations. I'm not posting whole articles anymore, and here's another one.

[link to www.almadapress.com]


Long-Presse / Anbar,
Description orator F Ramadi on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "Palmtath for blood and war criminal of the first kind," and explained that it is working to "rally the militias and gangs of Iran to the extermination of the Year", and among that al-Maliki "was released killers of prisons secret to be under his command the implementation of that ", he stressed that" the fall is very close and will be held accountable according to the law. "

Between the preacher and gray that "al-Maliki, who wants to be the people his slaves had dashed all his plans," stressing that "the fall of the tyrant al-Maliki is very close and will be held accountable according to the law with both sought to kill thousands of people of Anbar and Fallujah in cold blood."
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Easy Rev...there will be many in sheep's clothing. They are degenerates. Take it with a grain of salt. The evil spirit is alive and well in this community. Perhaps they would want some factual info...???
Here you go Biiotches of the evil force!!!
Top Shiite Cleric in Iraq Urges Inclusive Government
BAGHDAD — Iraq’s most influential Shiite cleric, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, issued a statement on Friday calling on Iraq’s diverse political parties to move quickly to form a government. He also again clarified that his call for volunteers to defend Iraq against extremist jihadis was not meant as a call to arms for Shiites, but for all Iraqis.

The statement, issued at Friday Prayer in the Shiite holy city of Karbala, was conveyed by Ahmed al-Safi, a leading Shiite cleric and the Sistani representative there.

Mr. Safi said that all political blocs should stick to the timing required in the Constitution to convene a new Parliament by July 2. In the past, government formations have often taken much longer. “The winning bloc should hold dialogue in order to form an effective government that enjoys wide national acceptance to correct the past mistakes and open new horizons for Iraqis for a better future,” Mr. Safi said.
[link to www.nytimes.com]

In the USA news...wonder why...who cares, right..?? Most Americans could care less. Why is this being published now ??? I know why !!! Peace !!!
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Long-Presse / Anbar,
Description orator F Ramadi on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "Palmtath for blood and war criminal of the first kind," and explained that it is working to "rally the militias and gangs of Iran to the extermination of the Year", and among that al-Maliki "was released killers of prisons secret to be under his command the implementation of that ", he stressed that" the fall is very close and will be held accountable according to the law. "

Between the preacher and gray that "al-Maliki, who wants to be the people his slaves had dashed all his plans," stressing that "the fall of the tyrant al-Maliki is very close and will be held accountable according to the law with both sought to kill thousands of people of Anbar and Fallujah in cold blood."
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No kidding. You are trying to do us a favor and someones trying to be a little poophead. I wonder why somebody so scared of your posts.hummmmmmmkmKitty scared
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Fun, ain't it?

It's nice to see some of our media catching up on this, with the AP articles today, but here's how wrong most of them still are...I just heard on local conservative talk radio, during an ABC News break, "Shiite cleric al-Sistani is calling for Iraqi prime minister Maliki to be more inclusive of minorities in his government." That's not what Sistani said, at all. He said "New government." Period.
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Actually he said:

Quote:

""He also called for the wise Iraqi political forces to abide by Palmdd constitutional and formation of a government acceptable to the national scale, indicating that the Federal Court approval of the election results, paving the way for the formation of a government within the bishop specific time, stressing the important role of reconciliation political solution to the security crisis and pull the fuse of this crisis and dismantled"

So he said Iraq must follow the constitution and Iraq must accept the results of Federal Court election results approval.

So according to the constitution the winning block of the election gets to name their pick for Prime Minister which according to the official election results was the Rule of Law party...and the Rule of Law party has stated that their pick for PM is...Maliki.

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Russia: Putin Offers "Complete Support" To Iraq Prime Minister Scorned By Obama


Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken by phone to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, expressing Moscow’s support for his action against the militant offensive.

The Kremlin said in a statement that al-Maliki informed Putin on Friday about his government’s steps to combat the “terrorist groups in the north of the country.” It added that the insurgency threatens security of the entire region.

Putin confirmed Russia’s “full support for the Iraqi government’s action to quickly free the territory of the republic from terrorists,” the Kremlin said, adding that Putin and al-Maliki also discussed bilateral cooperation.

Putin’s expression of support for the embattled Iraqi prime minister comes as al-Maliki’s rivals have mounted a campaign to force him out of office, with some angling for support from Western backers and regional heavyweights.

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How long until the elections will finally be 'official'.
This BS is starting to make the Bush Vs Gore 2000 fiasco look tame by comparison

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