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    " The Dinar Daily " .......... Saturday, 25 May 2013

    HOWDY EVERYONE!! I try to get over here and comment when I can. That Chattels ROCKS and I know we all appreciate his hard work. News should be read IMO, to have a FULL understanding about the whats, where's, and why's, of the situation we are awaiting. So please, I know people do not always have TIME to read.. BUT IF YOU DONT READ, you will never be able to draw YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS. You will forever be at the mercy of the GURUS. SO PLEASE, help us, help you to understand better. ~ RED LILY ~

    Parliamentarians: America's emergency renewal reveals Washington's fears of the collapse of the political system in Iraq

    25-05-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) << this is one of THE HARDEST sites to interpret articles from. BUT they can have some good information there IF you can understand it. ~ RED LILY ~

    Baghdad / Mohammad Sabah

    He MPs from various parliamentary blocs, on Friday, the approval of Washington to renew the state of emergency relating to Iraq, it reveals concern the U.S. deterioration of the recent security in Iraq, and have expressed their fear that the door to international intervention in the country under Chapter VII or the strategic agreement signed between the States the United States and Iraq.

    AS LONG as Iraq is under chapter 7 and renews the SOFA, WE can go in anytime without approval of the UN.. WE KNEW they would have some problems getting along and trusting each other.. SO it is no wonder this is moving so slowly.. WE HAVE TO HELP these people to learn to WORK together for unity and peace within their own deggum country... SINCE we ONLY pulled out at the end of 2011, this is ALL NEW to these people. TRUST is going to take time. HOWEVER, with MALIKI in charge, it will take even longer IMO.. MALIKI knows nothing about DEMOCRACY.. He wants to be KING of the Arabs IMO.. I do not see what the US saw in this guy.. the only thing I CAN THINK OF, is they put MALIKI in that role because they KNEW he would be the next in line to try to TAKE OVER. PERHAPS the US put him in there to KEEP A CLOSER EYE on him.. BUT GEE WIZ.. HOW MUCH MORE PROOF DO THEY NEED? ARE THEY PAYING ATTENTION? ~ RED LILY ~

    The deputies stressed the continuing fragility of the political and security situation since 2003, said the Obama administration's recent decision to allow Iraq to receive support in the areas of logistics in addition to intelligence permanent and ongoing consultation with the U.S. side on important issues.

    The U.S. President Barack Obama decided last week to extend the state of national emergency, (EXECUTIVE ORDER 13303: RL) which means the stability of Iraq for an additional year after 22 May 2013.

    The resolution states the continuation of the contents of Executive Order 13303, which was issued on March 22, 2003 has been amended by Executive Orders 13315, 13350, 13364 and 13438.

    A statement by the White House, saying "as a result of the continuing obstacles to the reconstruction of Iraq and restore and maintain peace and security in it, and the development of political institutions, administrative and economic, as a threat to national security and U.S. foreign policy, the President has decided the U.S., under paragraph (20 d) of the Code of national emergency, extend the state of emergency aimed at bringing stability there is an additional year. "

    He says MP Hassan Chuird, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee MP "The extension of the state of emergency by the United States reveal concern the U.S. administration about the decline dangerous security witnessed in the Iraqi arena," and saw it "represents a message for the intervention of armies, the U.S. once again in the country in light of the political chaos and security. "

    He adds Chuird, in a statement to the "long" yesterday, saying that "the lack of political consensus procedure is the door to enter the U.S. forces in Iraq," citing that Iraq was "still under Chapter VII," did not rule out to be the situation of the region and witnessed in Syria " a profound effect on issuance of such decisions. "

    THEY DO NOT WANT IRAQ to become another SYRIA.. IMO, that is EXACTLY where they are headed if they do not do something about Maliki.. ~ RED LILY ~

    He stressed member of the Foreign Relations Committee, saying that "Chapter VII contains a clause allowing the United States to intervene in Iraq, in the case of the deteriorating security situation without taking the opinion of Iraq," calling to "hold a national meeting to resolve all differences and strengthen the foreign policies of the country."

    SO HERE WE are again.. trying to get them to COME TOGETHER for a National Meeting.. Lets hope it works this time. Pray people PRAY!! ~ RED LILY ~

    Turn says Attorney Mahma Khalil said that "Washington extension of the state of national emergency, in place since May 22, 2003 with regard to achieving security and stability, is the message that the security situation is fragile and unstable."

    It draws Khalil, in an interview for the "long" yesterday, said that "the security agreement signed with the United States committing military intervention and security in the event that the country's threats to internal or external pose a threat to its democratic system and performed political," Mushir to "a desire U.S. to maintain strategic agreement. "

    It notes the Kurdistan Alliance MP said that "Iraq is still under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, and thus allows for the American forces military intervention in order to establish security and stability," but he corrects saying "all the political blocs opposed to intervention in our internal affairs, whether from the American side or other. "


    And Section III of the Convention on the strategic cooperation between Iraq and the United States signed by the two sides the end of 2008, that "the parties continue to work on the development of cooperative relations between the two with regard to the arrangements defense and security without prejudice to the sovereignty of Iraq over its territory and waters and airspace," and that "This is cooperation in the areas of Security and defense and in accordance with the agreement between the United States and the Republic of Iraq on the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq and the organization of their activities during the temporary presence in it. "

    To that seen MP to meet and pink that "US-Iraqi security agreement signed in order to preserve the democratic system and therefore, the state of emergency declared by the United States allows them and their troops to intervene in Iraq in order to restore security."

    The pink, in connection with the "long" yesterday, that "the security situation does not bode well, which prompted the Americans to extend the state of emergency as stipulated in the terms of the security agreement which provides for intervention in the case of Iraqi request it."

    It draws Iraqi List MP to "fears a U.S. collapse of the political system in Iraq in the event of the continuation of the situation on it is now," pointing out that "the Americans have knowledge and see the government's failure to solve the crisis," and considered a "postponement of local elections in the provinces without Other and uniqueness decisions "of the main reasons that" pushed to extend the state of emergency in Iraq. "

    And confirm a meeting Pink "The government forgot it under Chapter VII and there is a security agreement governed."

    For his part, says MP Mehdi Haji said that "the United States has a strategic agreement with Iraq, particularly with regard to security matters."

    Explains Haji, in an interview with the "long" yesterday, saying that "the decision to extend the state of emergency could be Iraq's benefit and cooperation in the fields of technical and intelligence, logistics and everything related to the stability of security, and thus enable Iraq and the United States to consult on important issues."

    And confirms the Kurdistan Alliance MP "in the event of exceptional circumstances Iraq can request a U.S. military intervention, but like so decisions need to be well thought out political agreements."


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    Sadrist demands to prosecute Al-Maliki for "inciting to boycott Parliament session" and "convicted"

    (Dictatorship accusation)

    Posted: 24 May 2013 07:01 AM PDT

    Author: TT Editor: RS 2013/05/23 18: 54 Range/Karbala

    Liberal parliamentary bloc, demanded of the sadrist movement, on Thursday, Maliki law "accounting", "convicted" because of "abetting" the deputies not to attend the emergency Parliament session, usually to "dictatorship," Al-Maliki began to control the judiciary and overturned decisions of the House of representatives, asserting that the incompleteness of the quorum in Parliament in emergency session is evidence of "Maliki control more than half of its members."

    MP for the Liberal block in Karbala, Iman al-Musawi, told the (term), "Al-Maliki is now legally accountable must be guilty because of his recent remarks and call for emergency meeting not attended to the House speaker, noting that" the role of Parliament is to discuss emergency issues and developments in the country for consideration and processed ".

    Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki accused during a news conference, Monday, (May 20, 2013), the "House of representatives participate in exacerbating" security situation in the country, incited members of the House of representatives not to participate in the emergency meeting called by the speaker of the House of representatives on Tuesday, and said it will "step up" security situation and turn into "icarly."

    Al-Moussawi said that "there is a clear security deteriorated in the country and there are crimes committed against people by terrorist groups is supposed to form a crisis cell of the legislative and executive branches for diagnosing the causes of deterioration of security and it solutions rapidly."

    Al-Moussawi described the Prime Minister as "leaving its role in addressing the deteriorating security situation and went to induce lawmakers to not attend the emergency Parliament session," Al-Maliki is the first to assume responsibility for security breaches in all cities of the country as Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces and is responsible for the installation of the leaders and security officials, in addition to its responsibility for the decision of the Department of security ministries, the Agency and the decision personally and without reference to Parliament.

    Al-Moussawi said that "steps were followed by Al-Maliki to establish a new dictatorship in Iraq was the first seizure of judicial control, stating that" 90% of the judiciary today is, however, Al-Maliki said, an indication that Al-Maliki reversed many of the decisions of the House of representatives through judicial control ".

    Al-Moussawi promised that "the Parliament is the last remaining obstacle to Al-Maliki and has started working on it under his hand and control it, and described what happened from the incomplete House spotter at the emergency session is evidence of Maliki control more than half of the members of Parliament."

    And an Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Al-nujaifi, Tuesday, the strongest attack on Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in response to the press conference held yesterday, and charged him with "rebellion" on the Constitution and not "care" with Iraqi blood, while wary of "recklessness" and amusement industry crisis.

    The State of law Coalition, promised Tuesday that "pity" for House speaker Osama Al-nujaifi "proved" the Prime Minister said the Parliament to shift Piazza uproar, "nujaifi called to resign due to lack of quorum at today's meeting, said that the invitation to Al-Maliki deputies not to attend the hearing is" democracy ".

    He was MP for the Iraqi list likkle charged, Monday, (May 20, 2013), Prime Minister Maliki and his intended (advocacy), of being behind the violence in Baghdad recently, returned to those acts would not have occurred without the complicity of the security forces with "terrorists", while on land the people of Anbar from "kidnapping and killing of civilians," said the protesters would "discuss" with the Government as a "brutal power innocents killed by her militias and security forces."

    With the State of law Coalition MP Mansour al-Tamimi Tuesday, (21 may 2013), describing remarks by the Iraqi list MP Ahmed Al-alwani "sectarianism", called for "political and security hold themselves." The Iraqi situation is today at a crossroads, as a result of the continuing political crisis without appropriate solutions and the worsening security situation, especially during the past few days, about risked return "sectarian violence" that hit the country during the years 2006-2008, with levels of violence, particularly in Baghdad, since the start of February 2013, rising steadily.


    Last edited by RED LILY; 05-25-2013 at 07:10 PM. Reason: found link for Chattels

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    Iraq’s Future Uncertain
    Amid Political Turmoil

    By: Mustafa al-Kadhimi for Al-Monitor Iraq Pulse Posted on May 24.

    The recent quarrel, exchange of accusations and threats — which took place between the head of Iraq’s executive branch, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, and the head of the legislative branch, parliamentary speaker Osama al-Nujaifi — cannot be considered a sound situation that is able to serve the future of democracy in this country

    Summary :
    As disputes persist among Iraq’s governmental branches, it is unlikely that a resolution will be reached anytime soon.
    Original Title:
    The Dispute Between Iraq’s Main Authorities Makes the Future More Uncertain
    Author: Mustafa al-Kadhimi
    Translated by: Joelle El-Khoury

    Categories : Originals Iraq Security

    We are not referring here to differences and settlements that have reached between the legislative and executive branches in the judicious democratic experiments. The latter are the ideal way to make sure that performance is controlled, and vitality and transparency are added to political life.

    The developments regarding the aggravated and tense relationship between the various branches of power in Iraq are completely different. They did not only lead to the stagnated and ineffective performance of all branches, but they have also resulted in serious social and security repercussions, and in the use of the available issues in the conflict for political purposes.

    There are also reasons that led to this reality. The legislative and executive branches were selected based on a [certain] vision of representation or sectarian quotas. Based on that, the premiership went to a Shiite, the post of speaker of the house of representatives to a Sunni, whereas the Kurds assumed the role of the president, who is supposed to make sure that powers are separated and they coordinate with each other in accordance with the constitution.

    In its turn, this distribution has affected the performance of the branches themselves. These positions have begun to reflect the tendency of the sect and group controlling them, instead of representing the view of each branch.

    Iraqi President Jalal Talabani’s absence — as a result of illness — is probably one of the reasons behind the exacerbation of the recent crisis. Talabani has constantly served as the safety valve in the relationship between the various branches. This is despite that he has not practiced his full constitutional powers in this regard, and has relied on his personal character and ties with the various parties to reach previous significant settlements.

    At present, Iraq stands at a crossroads. Maliki not only accuses the parliament of obstructing his government’s performance, but also confirms the presence of [MPs] involved in terrorism, and believes that the recent security breakdown was caused by the legislature.

    In turn, Nujaifi not only accuses Maliki of controlling the country’s security and political decisions, along with hindering the parliament’s role, but he also believes that he is responsible for all of the recent security and political meltdowns.

    The judicial branch is not excluded from this conflict. It is sometimes accused of surrendering itself to the will of the executive branch, and sometimes of giving in to the will of political parties and threats from within parliament.

    Months have passed without the Iraqi parliament holding an active session in which they were able to discuss the real crises. These sessions — which were held from time to time, with this or that bloc boycotting — were merely a formality, and did not provide any genuine proposals.

    The government has been subjected to major setbacks, and Maliki admitted that social peace is truly threatened.

    As a result, cooperation has not taken place between the branches of government in Iraq. It is unlikely that any political solution will be reached without this cooperation. The alternative [solution] that has been implemented for years is that the legislative institution — which represents the backbone of the modern Iraqi state — has practically handed over its decisions to the leaders of major [parliamentary] blocs, who prefer making or cutting communications with each other outside, not inside, parliament. Moreover, the blocs’ leaders have chosen not to communicate with each other and postponed current differences until the next elections were held.

    The intrinsic problem is that elections — which are scheduled for early 2014 in Iraq — are not likely to lead to genuine and decisive changes regarding the weight of political blocs or major shifts in the views of their social groups. Therefore, postponing a solution to the crisis and failing to achieve balance and cooperation among the branches, to have a clear road map for the future, will probably represent the name of the game in the future, as it does today.

    Mustafa al-Kadhimi is an Iraqi writer specializing in defense of democracy. He has extensive experience in documenting testimony and archiving documentaries associated with repressive practices.


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    Turkey Puzzled by US Stance
    On Exxon-KRG Oil Deal

    By: Tulin Daloglu for Al-Monitor Turkey Pulse Posted on May 24.

    Turkish officials are dismayed hearing about US concerns that Turkey’s decision to sign an agreement with ExxonMobil in northern Iraq is perceived as a threat to Iraq’s unity. Noting that it is ExxonMobil, a US company, that is going to do the exploration work in the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government's (KRG) area, the Turkish side is curious why the Obama administration would want Turkey — a country that is more than 80% dependent for its energy needs on outside sources — to turn its back on newly rising opportunities in its neighborhood that will help it to diversify its energy portfolio, while giant US oil and gas companies are exempt from such criticism.

    Summary :
    Ankara questions US concerns over its arrangement with ExxonMobil for energy exploration in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
    Author: Tulin Daloglu
    Posted on: May 24 2013

    Categories : Originals Turkey Iraq

    According to the Turkish side, it is primarily these giant oil companies that decide how and when these hydrocarbon reserves will come on the market, and that when they make their move it is best to be on board from the beginning. As ExxonMobil took a step in that direction by exploiting the northern Iraqi resources, Turks are saying that it is not even serious to paint Turkey as a country attacking Iraq’s territorial integrity. “We have a fast developing economy and industry. We have a large population and we don’t have our own homegrown energy resources to match our needs to keep up with the growth,” a Turkish official told Al-Monitor. “ So what it is exactly that the United States wants us to do — that we don’t work with Russia, Iran and Iraq! So, who should we buy our energy from?”

    The Wall Street Journal, however, reported on May 14, “US officials fear setting a precedent to let regional governments strike independent resource deals could destabilize [Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-] Maliki’s government during a time when sectarian violence in Iraq is mounting.” The Wall Street Journal also went on to write: "'Our position on energy trade from Iraq has been consistent and remains unchanged: The United States doesn’t support oil exports from any part of Iraq without the appropriate approval of the federal Iraqi government,' said Caitlin Hayden, a spokeswoman for the National Security Council."

    Turkish officials, however, argue that if the Obama administration is worried about rising sectarian conflict in Iraq, they should point fingers at themselves and take responsibility as the former occupier of the country — but not blame Turkey for anything that goes wrong in Iraq. “The problem is in Baghdad, not in Ankara,” one Turkish official told Al-Monitor.

    The signing of the agreements does not mean that these resources will be available for consumption on the market tomorrow. It is going to take time, and much can change in Baghdad’s relations with the Iraqi Kurds before then. “We are just watching out for our best interest.”

    Tulin Daloglu is a contributor to Al-Monitor's Turkey Pulse. She has also written extensively for various Turkish and American publications, including The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, The Middle East Times, Foreign Policy, The Daily Star (Lebanon) and the SAIS Turkey Analyst Report. On Twitter: @TurkeyPulse


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    Shahristani, threatening to sue the Kurdistan Regional Government «to protect the wealth of the people»
    25-05-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Erbil: Shirzad Shikhani of the
    Returned Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussain al-Shahristani to raise the issue of oil exports from the Kurdistan region, this time threatening to sue the Government of the Territory legally because of what he regarded as 'smuggling' of oil from Kurdistan to Turkey. But a source in the Ministry of Natural Resources (oil) territorial Government stressed that «Shahristani wrong direction, it is intended Turkey threatened him, but on his word to us, while we did not نزد on quantities previous oil and that we issue trucked to Turkey to swap oil derivatives to cover our needs local» .
    Shahristani had threatened legal action against companies in an effort to halt sales of crude oil from Kurdistan to Turkey. He said that «any oil taken out of the country and do not go payments to the Iraqi people through the central government is to grab the national wealth of Iraq». Shahristani said in Sydney, Australia, where he will attend the conference, said that «there are a number of ways the Iraqi government in the process of study, and any responsible government would give the same priority to the protection of people's wealth.
    In connection with the source of the Ministry of Natural Resources, said in a statement «Middle East», speaking on condition of anonymity, that al-Shahristani meant Turkey remark and we are not interested in it, where previously the Minister of Turkish Energy Taner Yildiz that stated that Turkey is seeking with both Russia and the United States to agree on oil trade with the Kurdistan region, made the remarks Shahristani reaction to the minister's remarks Turkish Otherwise, what we are concerned there is not anything new calls this statement from al-Shahristani, because the quantities exported so far are the same quantities previous did not نزد them, which is issued by the in order to be traded oil derivatives that we need to cover the needs of local markets, which already suffer from a fuel crisis after a significant reduction processing of the provinces of Kurdistan by the Iraqi refineries. Asked about the fate of the agreements reached by the delegations Kurdish with Baghdad over these differences oil source said: «negotiations stalled did not resume until now, Valgan which was supposed to set up is still yet to be formed, and we still waiting for activation of this file oil through the committees agreed to be able to understanding to the satisfaction of the parties and in accordance with the constitutional contexts and texts.
    The Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz, who accompanied Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his recent visit to the United States and his meeting there with President Barack Obama, has said that «during Erdogan's visit to America was talking with the president about the oil contracts between Turkey and the Kurdistan region, and stressed there that those contracts legal not compromised where »he said, adding:« we have made clear to them that there are 19 countries and 39 international companies operating in the Kurdistan Region domain oil, and exercise activities in the framework of the Constitution and the laws of the oil, did not speak to a lack of legal or constitutional those oil contracts ».
    And raise oil exports disagreements chronic between the governments of the federal and regional, where the refrain the government in Baghdad to recognize the contracts of oil entered into by the Government of the Territory with dozens of oil companies, including international companies, giants such as «Exxon Mobil» and «Chevron» and «Gazprom» and others, but the Government Kurdistan see that those contracts are in line with the provisions of the Iraqi constitution, which allows for regional governments to invest its natural wealth.
    The Iraqi State Oil Marketing Organization state-owned have been sent letters warning customers from buying any oil has not marketed institution, the Ministry intends to sue oil producing companies, namely the company «Genel Energy Turkish English. And via intermediate Turkish company bought the company «Select Energy» German first two shipments of oil in the Kurdistan region patter in April. The contracted to buy shipment third largest size of 80 thousand tons. The sources said that the company «OMV is set by the Austrian Baghdad has already blacklisted because of its stakes in the operations of the source in Kurdistan, also bought a shipment in May. The government says that the Iraqi Kurdistan are expected to provide 250 thousand barrels per day of Iraq's oil exports in 2013, which is targeted to reach 9.2 million barrels per day.


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    Awadi describes political scene in Iraq as “Vague, complicated”

    Saturday, 25 May 2013 09:15

    Baghdad (AIN) -MP, Ihsan al-Awadi, of the State of Law Coalition described the Iraqi political scene as “Vague and complicated.”

    Speaking to AIN, he said “The vision is not determined yet through the recent disputes and it is not definite also towards which direction, the political scene is heading.”

    “There are disputes, boycott and contradictions in the political process,” he added.

    “The issues need to be restructured because the dialogue has been stopped in the last stage the thing that harmed Iraq a lot and complicated the political scene,” he concluded.

    It is worth mentioning that Iraq witnesses escalated crises and multiple disputes where Baghdad and other provinces witnessed bombings that killed and injured dozens of citizens.


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    White House reveals contact details between Biden and three Iraqi leaders

    Shafaq News / The United States expressed concern about the escalation of violence in Iraq, stressing its support for the government of Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki in his battle against what it called as terrorism.

    “U.S. Vice President, Joseph Biden confirmed Washington's support for the government of Nuri al-Maliki in the battle against terrorism,” White House statement briefed by “Shafaq News” stated.

    The statement added that was mentioned in a telephone call between Biden and al-Maliki

    Biden expressed “the continued support from the United States to Iraq in its battle against terrorism."

    Biden also urged Maliki to communicate with all political formations in the country.

    The statement talked about Biden’s contact with the President of Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani on Thursday praising the decision of the ministers and Kurdish MPs to stop their boycott of the central government that they started in March, and resuming work in Baghdad.

    Biden also expressed to Iraqi parliament speaker, Osama al-Nujaifi
    on the concern about the security situation in Iraq, stressing “the need for the Iraqi leaders to abandon all violence and work to marginalize the extremists”.

    The demonstrations continued yesterday in several Iraqi cities as Friday prayers were performed under the slogans to protest the policies of Prime Minister, while the unified prayer was performed in the capital, Baghdad called by al-Maliki, at the time Washington expressed its concern about the increasing violence in the country.

    It is noteworthy that Iraq- which U.S. forces departed at the end of 2011 – has witnessed since the beginning of 2013 bloody attacks, where the death toll exceeded 420 during current May


  8. #8

    Barzani and Biden discuss situation in Iraq

    Shafaq News / Kurdistan Region’s President , Massoud Barzani with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, the political situation in Iraq and the region in general, in a telephone call made by U.S. Vice President with Barzani on Thursday evening.

    “U.S. Vice President emphasized on maintaining and developing bilateral relations between Kurdistan Region and the United States of America, expressing his condolences to President Barzani on the death of his sister,” A statement issued by the Presidency of Kurdistan Region reported for “Shafaq News” stated.

    At the end of the call, the two sides agreed that the peaceful solutions and dialogue is the safest way to resolve the political crisis in Iraq and the region.


  9. #9
    Biden showing concern over the situation that Iraq is going through, and confirms the commitment of his country to support him

    {Baghdad: Euphrates News} expressed by U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, his concern of the situation that Iraq is going through, stressing the need to communicate with the entire political formations in the country, stressing his country's commitment to providing support to Iraq, to deepen the strategic partnership between the two countries.

    According to a statement issued by the White House, seen by the {Euphrates News} that "the U.S. Vice President, Joe Biden, held a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, expressing his country's concern, about the security situation in Iraq and pledged continued U.S. support for Iraq in war against terrorism. "

    And witnessing the security situation in Iraq in general security remarkable tension in the past few days through a series of bombings, mostly car bombs killed dozens of martyrs and wounded

    Observers point out that the country is today at a crossroads and sliding dangerously under harassment and political differences and intersections and the deterioration of the general situation, especially the security file is important and dangerous, and must be solutions preceded by calm abide by all parties and dialogue should be essentially a springboard for ending the crisis that beset the country

    The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler, has described the situation in Iraq, that "exceeded the limit not to accept it," noting that "the responsibility for the bloodshed, and the protection of citizens is the responsibility of all the leaders," inviting them to "move towards immediate and engage in policy dialogue to resolve the crisis and put an end to this situation, "adding that" the country will slide back towards the development of an unknown and dangerous unless the move to do something. "

    He said the White House statement said, "Biden said the United States' commitment to deepen the strategic partnership with Iraq," noting "the importance of communication with leaders across the political spectrum in Iraq and communicate with all political formations in the country."

    He pointed out that "the United States and Iraq are considered, that the negotiations on the Syrian necessary to stop the conflict there."

    Syria has seen since the nearly two years continuous clashes between Syrian regime forces and gunmen without finding solutions to end the Syrian crisis. Ended


  10. #10
    The assassination of the brother's Habib Jafar

    {Baghdad: Euphrates News} Terrorist group assassinated former student club player Abbas Jaafar brother of former international player Habib Jafar.

    A source close to the player told {Euphrates News} on Saturday that the "martyr Abbas Jaafar was assassinated by a terrorist group was carrying motorcycles near his home in the granular while he was in front of the outer door accompanied by his children," adding that "ambulance transported the body of the player to medicine Justice in Baghdad. "

    Baghdad province experiencing unstable security situations in the past few days through repeated terrorist bombings improvised explosive devices and car bombs, in addition to the assassination of citizens with weapons Occlusive ".


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