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Elmerf123456: From across the Pond….A call with one of the Iraqi Counter Terrorism fighters in west Mosul ended quickly. “This is zero hour, this is the end, gotta go bro”

DollarBill9: ELMER who said this is ZERO hour please ……you or the contact

Elmerf123456: Contact of course…. I’m only the messenger! But in terms of the defeat of their enemy, I couldn’t be more excited…..what follows next? We shall certainly see.

Elmerf123456: It’s officially over when in your hands you see a deposit slip. Then the work really begins.

CharlieOK:  CNN reporting that the GOI is saying the 100 percent of Mosul imminent and will report when they are ready to report it…… saying that the 100 percent liberation…. Getting exciting when CNN is reporting it.

Wycoffjul:  Bloomberg video that said one Saturday night they will adjust all the ​currencies and we wake up Monday morning to all new exchange rates!!! ​ http://www.bloomberg.com/video/investor-worry-distorted-stock-markets-​upeY9yWKTLOf~7ZRqeXCkQ.html

Sure hope this is our Sat. night !!

Dinera:  wycoffjul…I’ve seen this video before and like it but I think it was a few years old. Do you know what year this was done? Probably when it was supposed to happen several years ago. I tried to find what year but couldn’t tell. I’ve always remembered it and expect to wake up to it on a Sunday Morning! A whole new world.

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Regal  …there seems to be some misconceptions in the guru community about Ramadan…I lived overseas (Kuwait, Afghanistan) for many years.

Ramadan is a period of fasting and prayer that begins each morning at a predetermined hour and ends each evening at a predetermined hour. Businesses support this practice by remaining closed during these hours which; customarily, is from just before sunrise to sunset.

However, the entire business markets (to include banks) will typically reopen each evening and is common for them to remain open for business as late as 11pm. Yes; it is business as usual during these irregular hours throughout the business markets.

And yes…when I lived in Kuwait I’ve gone into the bank as late as 10pm at night and performed banking transactions. Governments are working…Bank officials are working…Grocery stores are open…Everybody is working during Ramadan, only in the evenings.