chattels: The DAESH offensive near Mosul makes me think of the Battle of the Bulge in WWII
chattels: A winter offensive under cover of fog …………….
chattels: hopefully an act of desperation, a ” last gasp ”
chattels: ending with allied victory
Doug_W: My Dad got a purple heart that day
Doug_W: on Normandy beach
chattels: Kurdish lawmaker: attempts to reduce the share of the region miserable and can not be re-voted on wealthwatch.world/showthr…
chattels: ,” It’s over and voted on the budget, nor of any mass that can reconsider this vote has become a law and would respond to the President of the Republic and we expect to sign so the matter ended and all these attempts failed and miserable and worthless. ”
chattels: ” I think we have won on the will of some dissonant voices that are trying to stir up discord among people “.
chattels: ” ………….. voted against the region’s share only 18 deputies This shows that there are deputies even of the mass of the rule of law do not support this unjust right of the province procedure.
chattels: Defense Minister reveals to [where] the reasons for delays in the process of liberalization of gray [Baghdad-where] Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi revealed, the reasons for delay in resolving the liberation of the city of Ramadi Center terrorist gangs Daash process.
Obeidi said during an extended press conference held at the Ministry Building attended by the correspondent of the agency all of Iraq [where], that “the presence of civilians with the spread of snipers Daash difficult some progress, it can not be targeted Sniper one bombed a house full what might lead to innocent victims.”
He added, “We are also strongly trying to keep the spirits of our fighters and civilians with the terrorists mining operations for homes and streets in addition to the blown up bridges and roads, it was necessary to set up an alternative Mjsrat and this requires time, but we Mstrn to progress “.
chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser 1h1 hour ago UNSC papered over differences in resolution on Syria. Subsequent meeting on Turkey’s incursion in Iraq showed inability to agree on anything
chattels: The issue of Turkish troops in Iraq continues ……………………………
chattels: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that his country will not withdraw its troops from Iraqi soil until the liberation of the city of Mosul. Davutoglu said at a news conference that “our troops will not withdraw from Iraq until the elimination of Daash and the liberalization of the city of Mosul,” adding, “We will continue training Iraqi national crowd forces and the Peshmerga.”
He noted, “We are with the Iraqi government in maintaining Iraq’s territorial integrity and the sovereignty of Iraq.” . The prime minister Haider al-Abadi, said today that Iraq will not allow the survival of Turkish troops on its territory.
chattels: Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, said Turkey did not withdraw its troops from Iraq despite announcing it. He said al-Obeidi in an extended press conference held at the headquarters of the ministry attended by the correspondent of the agency all of Iraq [where] that “the Turkish troops did not withdraw from Iraq and still has to prepare limited in camp Ba’shiqah We reject this presence in Iraq as a violation of the sovereignty of the country.”
He revealed “the presence of Turkish military small before the last entry of its forces in the third of this month, “he is referring to” visit Bashiqa camp on the outskirts of Mosul in 24 of the last month and he had noticed from the air across the plane that took him out there and there are armored vehicles and four guns heavy Turkish but once Hbotna in the camp were concealed inside roofs “.
chattels: Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi said the number of Turkish troops stationed in Iraq with a military in 1550, “adding that” the entry of these forces was across the Kurdistan region. ”
chattels: More talk of economic reform(s) ………………………..yada, yada, yada
chattels: Almamori calls for reform of economic policy and reliance on local product :: 2015/12/19 17:44 • [Baghdad-where] attributed to the economic and investment commission member of the parliamentary proof Iraq Almamori loss of billions of dollars annually to the lame economic policy pursued by the previous government.
Said Mamouri to move the media center of the political body of the Sadrist movement, that “economic policy lame caused the loss of Iraq’s billions of dollars annually, stressing the need to immediately start finding alternatives and relying on Iraqi products permit.”
chattels: Likely a little politics in the foregoing criticism of the Maliki governments by a Sadrist
chattels: 12-19-2015 Newshound Guru Kaperoni Article: “International Monetary Fund signed an agreement with Iraq to monitor the economy” I think it is rather humorous that for years we have told everyone what the IMF plan is for Iraq.
We do so with solid factual information printed right off the IMF website. And so many thought we…didn’t know what we were talking about… It is though rather inspiring now that the IMF not only is running the CBI monetary policy, they are also orchestrating the economic policy and transition to a market economy. Which will obviously be in line with the Article IV Consultation.
chattels: Rudaw lens: Wreckage and rubble in Ramadi rudaw.net/english/middlee…
chattels: Ramadi is five times the size of Shingal. The reconstruction costs will be significant.
Abraham: Watch for the IMF to impliment that certain imports will require an import license
Abraham: Tariffs will include stamp duty, exercise tax, consumption tax and value added tax
chattels: I want to reiterate the content of an article from yesterday in support of my assertion that there is no permanent and plenary HCL law.
chattels: ” the basic laws the task and that her relationship institutionalized state and the achievement of social justice, such as, laws oil and gas, and the accountability and justice, and the prohibition of the Baath Party, and the Federal Court, did not proceed because of the wills of the political authorities and leaders of the blocs that have blocked legislation that important laws. ”
chattels: ” …………. , such as, laws oil and gas, ………… ”
chattels: ” ………. did not proceed because of the wills of the political authorities and leaders of the blocs that have blocked legislation that important laws. ”
chattels: The articles in the budget related to oil and gas are law for the budget year 2016. They are ” temporary ” and not ” permanent “. Nor do they resolve many other issues attendant to oil and gas between Baghdad and Erbil, i.e., the provisions are limited and do not completely resolve imprtant conflicts over the administration of oil and gas.
Abraham: the addressing of then HCL was a condition of further lending from the World Bank and the IMF. The IMF are in control and they are calling the play!
chattels: A permanent and meaningful HCL law will require constitutional amendment or interpretation, IMO.
chattels: The Kurds do not trust the present court to determine such issues. There needs to be judicial reform.
Abraham: I am positive the IMF has what they require from the Kurds already. They are experienced and masters at what they do.
Abraham: Watch how quickly things will begin to be addressed in every area.
Abraham: Abadi is no fool he is a master himself
Abraham: I saw this in the making years ago. It has now come to the forefront
Abraham: ‹@Abraham› my sheep hear my voice!
chattels: rear view mirror prophets and ” visionaries ” abound
Doug_W: yes they do
Abraham: ‹@chattels› my friend has all to do with a personal relationship with God which the majority are yet to comprehend.
Abraham: ‹@chattels› and for the record, humbly I acknowledge having a degree in Prophetic Ministry and am thankful that I made the sacrifice to study the gift of Prophecy.
Abraham: Because as an investor discernment is going to be a key in the last days.