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    " The Dinar Daily ", Friday, 26 July 2013

    Najafi refuses to freeze Constitution and Maliki discuss with political implications
    26-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad: Hamza Mustafa

    The Ministry of Interior for the first time for dumping the arrest of a large number of escapees from the prison of Abu Ghraib, northwest of Baghdad, four days after the storming major prisons whale بالتاجي and Baghdad's central Abu Ghraib area carried out by al-Qaeda and announced two days after his confession by announcing what he called Edit 500 guests. A spokesman for the Baghdad Operations Command and the Ministry of Interior Brigadier Saad Maan in a statement singled out by the «Middle East» that «the main reason behind the decision was taken to close the so-called zones belt Baghdad, Taji and Abu Ghraib and Radwaniyah fact that the prisons which were exposed to the process of intrusion by terrorist groups, particularly Al-Qaeda is located in these areas and therefore the prisoners who managed to escape perhaps the vast majority of them were not able to leave the vicinity of these areas, which are areas wide open for the most part. He said Brigadier Maan that «the decision was taken during the process of confrontation for the purpose of protecting the people of these areas of those fleeing, some leaders from actors at the base in addition to conducting research and combing collaboration with parents there», denying strongly what was said about the security services arrests Random saying he «did not get any of arrests, but cooperation has been excellent by the parents because we want to help them, which led to positive results in terms resulted in the arrest of large numbers of those fleeing », refusing at the same time to disclose the number, saying he« At the moment we are talking which has now been news arrest on another number and we will declare the results for the people if complete Commission investigative work.

    He criticized the spokesman for the Baghdad Operations and the Interior Ministry what he considered «outbidding political by some of those who tried to trade the name of defending the people of areas belt Baghdad, while we have done a compelling carried out by any country in the world are exposed to a terrorist attack of this kind because we are about the big issue and require action may be abnormal or lead to damage here or there, but first is not unintended There were no reprisals as indicated by some of those who are active in such seasons while imposed them to declare their solidarity with the security agencies to contain the risk does not reduce the case of non arrival of water or electricity to this region or that ». In response to a question on whether there was a decision to transfer a prisoner whale and Abu Ghraib to another place, Brigadier Maan that «there is an investigative committee high level and still continue to work and there are recommendations on many things, and therefore this command will decide it by the Commission if completed its work It will determine the nature of what happened and who bears the default and the consequent implications.

    The Iraqi List, has accused government of 'repression' against the people of Baghdad belt areas. The MP said the list Haider Mulla said during a press conference held yesterday in the parliament building with a number of Iraqi MPs, said that «it became clear after the failure of the General Command of the Armed Forces and its leader (Nuri al-Maliki, the prime minister) in his promises to achieve security for the Iraqi people», accusing the government of «repression against the people of Baghdad belt areas. He said that «what is happening to the Baghdad belt, specifically in the areas of Abu Ghraib and Taji is a crime against humanity.

    Politically declared the Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi that the meeting supposed to be raised with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki yesterday in the House Najafi «to discuss a lot of issues that concern the country». While the rejection of Najafi during a press conference yesterday invitations argument to freeze the constitution or the formation of a government of national salvation because of the short period remaining life of the current government and parliament, it announced the formation of «parliamentary committee is now working on figuring out what happened and will report to the Council meeting next Sunday», saying « waiting for the report of the committee formed to investigate the escape of prisoners events to clear our image and to express an opinion on the subject. He pointed out that «the leaders of the Tigris and Baghdad refused to come to Parliament to discuss the security file only at the request of al-Maliki, and hosting the latter refused, and the government response in the case of interrogation and hosting. Najafi stressed that «the constitutional framework does not allow the formation of a government of national salvation only when the resignation of the present government while the current government will not resign, the fact that very few remaining period. But added that «the case needs to be openness and frankness. The accident flight 500 prisoners from Guantanamo base of the Abu Ghraib prison, the second largest incident of escape after nearly a year of storming Salahuddin where he was smuggling more than 120 detainees from the organization of al Qaeda, according to the plan announced by the organization at the time, which called «smashing walls». And they've got several major quality processes in this context in prison Badush Mosul and Al-Muthanna in southern Iraq and the Major Crimes Directorate and the storming of the Ministry of Justice a few months ago in Baghdad that led to the killing and wounding dozens.


    **** it would appear that Maliki needs a super majority vote of the parliament to declare a state of emergency ***

    Article 57: Ninth: A. To consent to the declaration of war and the state of emergency by a two-thirds majority based on a joint request from the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister. B. The period of the state emergency shall be limited to thirty days, extendable after approval each time. C. The Prime Minister shall be authorized with the necessary powers that enable him to manage the affairs of the country within the period of the state of emergency and war. A law shall regulate these powers that do not contradict the constitution. D. The Prime Minister shall present to the Council of Representatives the measures taken and the results within the period of declaration of war and within 15 days of the end of the state of emergency.

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    Al-Qaeda Militants Raid
    Iraq's Abu Ghraib, Taji Prisons

    By: Mushreq Abbas for Al-Monitor Iraq Pulse Posted on July 25.

    The attacks against the Abu Ghraib and Taji prisons on July 22 caused a shock at all levels. This requires recalculations not only to evaluate al-Qaeda’s capabilities, but also the Iraqi security efforts needed to combat this potential.

    Summary :
    Tenuous official accounts of what really transpired during the Abu Ghraib and Taji prison breaks leave many questions about the incident unanswered.
    Original Title:
    Iraq: The Major Jailbreak
    Author: Mushreq Abbas
    Posted on: July 25 2013
    Translated by: Sami-Joe Abboud and Joelle El-Khoury

    Categories : Originals Iraq Security

    On the same day, websites close to al-Qaeda attributed the Abu Ghraib and Taji prison raids to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

    This group was announced by the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, after he revealed that his group had merged with the Syrian Jabhat al-Nusra in April 2013.

    The number of escaped inmates ranged between 500 and 1,000, according to Hakim al-Zamili, a member of the Security and Defense Committee in parliament. He said that most of them were detained senior members of al-Qaeda, and that the operation was planned and carried out by al-Qaeda in a professional and precise way — continuing to prove that it has potential that exceeds the estimations of the security services.

    One day after the incident, al-Qaeda claimed responsibility for storming the jails and issued a statement by ISIS saying that the attack was “in response to the call of the mujahid (holy warrior) Sheikh Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to seal the blessed plan of ‘breaking the walls.’ The mujahedeen brigades set off after months of preparation and planning to target two of the biggest prisons under the control of the government.” It added, "Then, the mujahedeen brigades freed more than 500 inmates from the jails.”

    The government statement that was issued one day after the incident was not without its surprises. The statement, which acknowledged that the attackers had coordinated and planned in advance, also talked about collusion between some of the jail staff and members of the group who attacked the prison.

    This statement — which was issued by the interior ministry in the wake of the crisis cell meeting, headed by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki — said, “The jails were subjected to two preplanned terrorist attacks. They involved firing dozens of mortar shells at the prison buildings, suicide bombers wearing explosive belts and an attempt to break into [the prison] using car bombs, one of which targeted the main entrance of the Abu Ghraib prison, and another that was detonated at the second gate. Moreover, two car bombs targeted Taji prison in Baghdad, without any results [no prisoners escaped].”

    The statement explained, “These attacks paved the way for terrorist gangs to storm into the mentioned prisons. Security forces rushed to establish a cordon around the scenes, impose strict security measures and control the security situation.” The ministry statement indicated that “security forces killed a number of terrorists outside the prisons’ boundary walls while they were attempting to storm in, and that a number of prisoners was prevented from escaping and attacking security forces.”

    The statement said, “The incident resulted in a number of inmates escaping Abu Ghraib, whereas none of Taji’s inmates managed to do so, as security forces prevented them from escaping.” It added, "The pursuit is underway to find escapees from Abu Ghraib, and that security forces called on the people to cooperate and notify them about escaped inmates.”

    “A preliminary investigation conducted by the crisis cell proved that there had been collusion between some of the correctional guards and terrorist gangs that attacked the prisons,” the statement continued. “The crisis cell set up a higher committee comprising the concerned parties and relevant departments to diagnose the causes of the incident.”

    In a news conference on July 23, Maj. Gen. Hamed al-Mousawi, director of the correctional department responsible for Iraqi prisons, said that in conjunction with the storming, riots took place within the prison yard accompanied by a sudden electricity cut. [He added], “Eight Iraqi correctional department staff were killed and 14 were injured, in addition to 21 inmates killed and 25 injured.”

    Nevertheless, information obtained by Al-Monitor from government sources confirmed that dead and injury figures in the incident exceeded the number announced by Mousawi, and that the ISI minister of war, Adnan Ismail Najim Abdullah al-Dulaimi — also known as Abdul Rahman al-Bilawi — is among the escapees from Abu Ghraib.

    The conflicting information on the incident is justified, given that Iraqi security forces and intelligence agencies responsible for retrieving information are unable to anticipate such attacks, despite that prisons have always been a central target for al-Qaeda.

    It should be mentioned that Baghdadi announced on July 22 the operation named “breaking the walls” to free the group’s imprisoned members, and that the attack on Abu Ghraib was implemented on the same day as that announcement.

    It is not a coincidence that these incidents occurred simultaneously. The date on which the operation was undertaken represented a message carrying a lot of challenges for Iraqi security forces, which seem to have completely neglected the interpretation of this date and the possibility of launching major operations on it. And they did not figure out the time link between the two incidents, even after the Abu Ghraib and Taji operations were begun.

    The plan adopted by the attackers was on a large scale and required huge, potential, well-considered moves and an active presence on the ground.

    An Iraqi security commander described the operation’s details to Al-Monitor on July 23, saying, “It was terrifying.” It started on the night of July 22, with the firing more than 100 mortar shells at the prisons from various directions. Simultaneously, large-scale attacks targeted military units positioned close to the prisons, to preoccupy them and push them to move to positions farther away. Then, at least four car bombs detonated simultaneously at the prisons' gates, before suicide bombers entered. At the same time, inmates affiliated with al-Qaeda set fire to blankets and caused disorder and riots to distract the guards and facilitate an exit to the external yard, before breaking through the prisons' boundary walls.

    The instability that accompanied the storming of Abu Ghraib raises questions that deserve consideration as an introduction to understand the nature of the way in which Iraqi security forces think.

    First of all, how did the attackers manage to time the zero hour of their operation with the moment their leader announced the “breaking of walls” campaign, which he said will continue for a year? Does this mean that the day the operation was executed was the official end of the “breaking of walls” campaign [despite Baghdadi’s statement that it would continue for a year? Does this indicate that the terrorists knew that members of Iraq’s security and intelligence forces would never think that operations could occur on the exact day the operation was announced?

    How did the attackers manage to fire 100 mortar shells on the two prisons in less than one hour? Such shelling potential needs an army, not just scattered and hidden fighters, as mentioned in official statements.

    How did the prisoners manage to leave their prison cells and escape, knowing that the operation was carried out in the evening? And according to prison protocols across the world, prisoners are supposed to be in their cells in the evening after being counted. Prison administrations only allow prisoners to go to the courtyards in the morning.

    How many prisoners actually escaped from prison? With the exception of Zamili’s announcement that between 500 to 1,000 prisoners escaped, there are no clear and formal announcements about the number of fugitives, and media outlets are publishing various numbers that reach asmany as 3,000. So is there a problem in determining the number of inmates to begin with? Or to enumerate their names? Is there a problem in identifying the names of the actual fugitives?

    How did the attackers manage to distract large military units that are estimated to include two military divisions located near the prisons? What could have possibly been so important to distract these divisions? What kind of information was leaked to them to distract them?

    How did nine suicide bombers only — according to official reports — manage to storm a prison like Abu Ghraib, knowing that it spans more than 1.15 square kilometers [345 acress, or about half a square mile] following its expansion and the major security barricades that were added to it since its inception in the 1950s?

    Those questions — among many others — will remain unanswered, and it is only normal that official justifications find many reasons to break into the two prisons, and that they put the blame on the complicity of guards or on foreign plans. This does not exclude facts on the ground that raise suspicions about the efficiency of the Iraqi security forces, knowing that 10 years of continuous war with armed groups on the ground are supposed to have earned these forces exceptional experience.

    Mushreq Abbas is a contributing writer for Al-Monitor’s Iraq Pulse. He has been managing editor of Al-Hayat’s Iraq bureau since 2005 and has written studies and articles on Iraqi crises for domestic and international publication.

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    Ahmadinejad Tepidly Received
    On Final Iraq Visit

    By: Ali Mamouri for Al-Monitor Iraq Pulse Posted on July 25.

    On July 19, outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad paid his last official presidential visit to Iraq, where he was received by Iraqi Vice President Khodair al-Khozaei.

    Summary :
    The final visit to Iraq by outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad highlighted the mixed relations between the two countries during his term in office.
    Original Title:
    Backgrounds and Repercussions of Ahmadinejad’s Visit to Iraq
    Author: Ali Mamouri
    Posted on: July 25 2013
    Translated by: Sami-Joe Abboud

    Categories : Originals Iraq Iran

    Ahmadinejad’s first visit to Iraq in 2008 was of significant importance for Iranian and Iraqi parties, as well as for the US, which was holding talks with Iran at the time about Iraq and other issues. Back then, he was received by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani accompanied by then-Vice President Adel Abdul-Mahdi, Deputy Prime Minister Barham Salih and a number of other senior Iraqi officials.

    Ali al-Moussawi, adviser to the Iraqi prime minister, described Ahmadinejad's visit as “a symbolic visit on the occasion of the end of his term, and it will be devoted to the visit of holy sites.” He added, “We do not expect that there will be any formal agreements.”

    Moussawi also announced a planned visit by Iran's incoming President Hassan Rouhani to Iraq, and expressed hope that a new chapter will start with Iran on the basis of common interests and mutual respect.

    At the diplomatic level, this rhetoric conveys dissatisfaction toward Iran's policies on Iraq under Ahmadinejad. What’s more, the anti-Iraqi government forces have expressed that Ahmadinejad is not welcome in Iraq. It is worth mentioning that the visit was scheduled to take place a year ago but was postponed several times due to the illness of President Talabani, according to a statement by Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Araghchi.

    Key talks were held during this visit between the two parties on Syrian affairs, according to Iran's al-Alam news channel. This was confirmed by several political figures from the major blocs in the Iraqi parliament, including the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqiya List.

    Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari announced on July 13, a few days before Ahmadinejad's visit, that the Iraqi side cannot stop the transfer of Iranian weapons to Syria, if this transfer is even happening. This statement prompted widespread reactions that forced the Iraqi parliament's Foreign Relations Committee to hold a special meeting to discuss the matter.

    Ahmedinejad’s visit coincided with the anniversary of the ceasefire between Iran and Iraq following eight years of war in 1988. This resulted in critical reactions on the part of the Arab and Iranian media regarding the failure to resolve the outstanding issues between the parties. Some Iranian news sites described the visit as provocative at a time during which Iran is still demanding war reparations from Iraq. In fact, several items of the ceasefire agreement between Iraq and Iran have yet to be implemented. Chief among these is border delimitation and compensation for losses sustained in the war. This could possibly lead to new disputes between the two countries in the future.

    The fact that Najaf religious authorities refrained from meeting with Ahmadinejad clearly indicates criticism of Iran’s policies during Ahmadinejad’s presidency. The Iranian president settled for a short visit to the holy shrines in Karbala and Najaf without meeting any prominent religious figure in the two cities. Most of the religious authorities in the Iranian city of Qom had refrained from meeting Ahmadinejad during his earlier visits to the city. Criticism of the outgoing Shiite Iranian president focuses on his imprudent policy and misuse of religion for political or factional interests.

    Ali Mamouri is a researcher and writer who specializes in religion. He is a former teacher in Iranian universities and seminaries in Iran and Iraq. He has published several articles related to religious affairs in the two countries and societal transformations and sectarianism in the Middle East.

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    Iraqi Ambassador Says Iraq Willing
    To Help Bridge US-Iran Divide

    By: Andrew Parasiliti for Al-Monitor Posted on July 25.

    Lukman Faily, Iraq’s newly appointed ambassador to the United States, says that, if asked, Iraq is willing to play a helpful role in US-Iran relations. Otherwise, Baghdad is keen to make clear that it is not party to the problems between Washington and Tehran

    Summary :
    Lukman Faily, Iraq’s Ambassador to Washington, says his country is ready to help, if asked, to mend US-Iran ties.
    Author: Andrew Parnasiliti
    Posted on: July 25 2013

    Categories : Originals Iraq Iran Security

    “As to the US-Iranian relationship, that is a matter for the Iranians to resolve with the US. We shouldn’t be a party to that,” Faily said in an exclusive interview at the Iraqi Embassy in Washington.

    “If you guys or the Iranians want us to be involved, we will be more than happy to participate in trying to bring our guests together and trying to facilitate,” he added.

    Iraq helped facilitate a series of direct talks between US and Iranian officials in Baghdad in 2007.

    “We never look at that relationship [with Iran] as a balance versus the US. We can’t see any contradiction in our own strategic needs. We need to have this neighbor, we need to have good trade with this neighbor,” he added.

    Faily, who previously served as Iraq’s ambassador to Japan, said that a July 23 agreement with Iran to import natural gas would not violate US sanctions policy.

    “For example, our refineries, if we are short of diesel or petrol or gas to resolve our shortage of electricity and we need to purchase that from Iran we will do that, with due consideration to international sanctions and others, but we will do that legally and transparently,” he said.

    In Syria, Faily said that a “political solution is the only way out” and called on all sides to stop providing arms to fighters there.

    “We don’t see a benefit of Syria being an area of a war of attrition and proxy war,” he explained.

    “We have instructed, advised, cautioned all our political parties not to advocate sending fighters to Syria and they are all adhering to that,” he added.

    Syria needs a road map that doesn’t include preconditions or perquisites for negotiation, according to Faily.

    “The balance of power in Syria will not take place in the timeline the Americans or others are trying to do,” he said. “Learn from Iraq.”

    Faily stressed the need for even deeper security cooperation with the United States to address terrorism in Iraq. More than 3,000 Iraqi civilians have so far been killed from armed violence in 2013, according to the United Nations.

    “The Syrian situation has not helped us,” Faily explained. “We are saying that the Americans should help us resolve this in trying to address this terrorist threat to our country.”

    The US-Iraq Strategic Framework Agreement, signed in 2008, provides for cooperation across many sectors, including security. Faily considers US-Iraqi economic and security interests to be linked, and stresses that both countries can benefit from more expansive trade.

    One of Faily’s top priorities is seeing through the final steps in a pending $10 billion purchase of US military equipment. Iraq also recently purchased 30 Boeing civilian planes.

    “People keep asking us, ‘Why don’t we control our own airspace?’ We’re saying, ‘Do we have an integrated air defense system?’ We don’t, so we’re acquiring it from the Americans. We’ve got over $10 billion waiting approval of Congress. Your businesses are losing out [in Iraq], and our security is being threatened by that. It doesn’t benefit any of us to be in a stalemate situation. For us, the formula is clear. You are our partners, and we are choosing you as our partners. We’re coming to you to support us with Apache helicopters and others to give us an edge over the terrorists in resolving these issues and securing our borders."

    Faily, who has an MBA in technology management, said that “all the Iraqi stakeholders” are committed to the Strategic Framework Agreement and partnership with the United States. He explained that Iraq is charting a new course as a democratic country in a troubled region.

    “We are moving away from a command-and-control and dictators’ economy to one of free market and a democratic process,” Faily said. “Democratization has taken place, so people are learning what their roles and responsibilities are in this democracy. It’s a hard lesson to learn. … The region is not known for its democracy, so we are the new guy on the block, and we’re learning the hard way.”

    Andrew Parasiliti is editor and CEO of Al-Monitor.

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    Turkey’s Options in Syria: Stable Kurdish Self-Rule or Jihadist Enclave?
    5 hours ago

    Turkey’s Options in Syria: Stable Kurdish Self-Rule or Jihadist Enclave?

    Turkey’a unease over armed Kurdish fighters just across the border in Syria has been turning into alarm, especially after the Kurdish People’s Defense Units (YPG) recently routed the radical Islamic Jabhat al-Nusrah in Serekaniye, and recaptured the Kurdish border town.

    Hours after the fierce fighting for Serekaniye (also known as Ras al-Ayn), YPG fighters showed reporters passports seized from Islamist guerrillas, noting they had traveled through Turkish airports on different passports, including American and of several Arab countries.

    It goes without saying that, from the beginning of the Syrian uprising more than two years ago, Turkey’s Islamist government -- the Justice and Development Party (AKP) -- has facilitated the arrival of jihadist fighters from across the Muslim world, and supplied them with weapons and field hospitals.

    Turkey’s unease turned to alarm on July 19, when officials of the dominant but controversial Democratic Union Party (PYD) announced their intention of declaring autonomy.

    Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmed Davutoglu immediately reacted, saying: “It’s not possible to accept any de facto declaration of an autonomous entity in Syria, and that could only lead to further crisis.”

    On the other hand, since the Kurdish fighters have been gaining strength in Syria in the face of Arab rebels, the Turkish army has been building up its presence with heavy weaponry at the border. Its unmanned drones scan the area.

    This is not the first time Turkey reacts to events in the PYD-controlled areas of Syria.

    Ankara is deeply suspicious over the PYD’s close ties to the militant and outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in Turkey. The PYD is accused of surreptitious ties with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime and holds sway over most of Syria’s Kurdish regions.

    Turkey has already warned that, although it did not react when Iraqi Kurds declared autonomy, Ankara would not just stand by if Syrian Kurds made a similar bid.

    Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan told journalists in December that, “Should a similar development take place (in Syria), we would react differently than how we did in the case of Iraq.”

    Though the Turkish military has beefed up border forces and gone on alert in response to Kurdish developments in Syria, it did not react similarly when fighters of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Al-Qaeda affiliates controlled the area until several weeks ago.

    It is important to ask if Turkey’s fears of an autonomous Kurdish region in Syria are really justified. Is it foreign Islamist fighters that pose a threat to Syrian stability, or is it a Kurdish free enclave that threatens the region?

    The 20-year history and experience of Iraqi Kurdistan testifies that an autonomous Kurdish region is not a threat to any of its neighbors. On the contrary, it can be a stabilizing factor in the region.

    Initially Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria were apprehensive of Iraqi Kurdistan’s self-rule. But now proven wrong, they should weigh twice their suspicions about the Syrian Kurds and their ambitions for autonomy.

    If Kurds run their eastern areas in Syria, the world will have one less jihadist enclave to worry about.

    A stable Syrian Kurdistan could also give Turkey great economic opportunities. It would be yet another market for Turkish exports. Approximately 60 percent of Syria’s oil is located in the Kurdish areas. Ankara can access these fields in the future, the same way it is doing in Iraqi Kurdistan.

    At this time, it would be wiser if Syria’s Kurds did not defer to Turkish fears and continue to keep jihadist fighters at bay. Turkey’s threats to cross the border militarily could well be nothing but a bluff.

    A second course of action would be to engage Ankara diplomatically and reassure the Turks that a Kurdish entity will not endanger Turkey’s national security or economic interests.

    PYD leader Salih Muslim has already made some conciliatory statements to Turkey. But he could do more. He could tell the Turks of the future plans of the Kurds across the border.

    On the other hand, leaders of Iraqi Kurdistan can and should mediate between PYD and Ankara, to ensure that the two sides do not go to war.

    Yerevan Saeed is a graduate of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston. He is a regular commentator on Kurdish and Middle East affairs in the international media.
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  6. #6
    Maliki and Najafi discuss the issue of prisoner escape and reduce sectarian tension
    26-07-2013 | (صوت العراق) - 26-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    نيوز/ بغداد Alsumaria News / Baghdad

    رئيس مجلس النواب اسامة النجيفي، مع رئيس الوزراء نوري المالكي، قضية هروب السجناء من سجني التاجي وابوغريب والحد من تزايد الاحتقان الطائفي. Search House Speaker Osama Najafi, with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the issue of prisoners escape from Taji and Abu Ghraib prisons and reduce the growing sectarian tension.
    وقال مكتب النجيفي في بيان، تسلمت "السومرية نيوز"، نسخة منه، إن "رئيس مجلس النواب اسامة النجيفي ورئيس الوزراء نوري المالكي بحثا على هامش مأدبة افطار اقامها رئيس مجلس النواب في مكتبه الخاص، مساء أمس الخميس، الاوضاع السياسية في العراق وتطورات المشهد الامني لاسيما قضية هروب السجناء من سجني التاجي وابوغريب". The office said Najafi said in a statement, received "Alsumaria News", a copy of it, that "House Speaker Osama Najafi and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki discussed on the sidelines of a breakfast hosted by the President of the House of Representatives in his private office, on Thursday evening, the political situation in Iraq and developments in the security landscape particularly the issue of prisoners escape from Taji and Abu Ghraib prisons. "
    وأضاف أن "الجانبين بحثا الاجراءات الضرورية للحيلولة دون تفاقم الاوضاع، والحد من تزايد الاحتقان الطائفي، وسبل تطوير العلاقات بين الكتل السياسية بما يتيح لها العمل بشكل اكثر انسجاما، ويسهم في عدم اعطاء القوى الظلامية المجال لاستغلال الاوضاع الراهنة". He added that "the two sides discussed the necessary measures to prevent the aggravation of the situation, and the reduction of the growing sectarian tension, and ways to develop relations between the political blocs, allowing them to work more harmonious, and contributes to not to give the dark forces the field to exploit the current situation."
    وأشار البيان إلى أن "اللقاء تناول أيضا العديد من الملفات في الجانبين التشريعي والتنفيذي". The statement pointed out that "the meeting also dealt with many of the files in the legislative and executive sides."
    وكان رئيس مجلس النواب أسامة النجيفي أعلن، أمس الخميس (25 تموز 2013)، انه سيجتمع مع رئيس الحكومة نوري المالكي لبحث جميع القضايا العالقة، فيما بين ان الدستور كتب على عجالة وفيه مادة تمنع من تعديله. The head of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi announced on Thursday (25 July 2013), he will meet with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to discuss all outstanding issues, among that the Constitution was written in haste and a substance that prevents amended.
    وتعرض سجنا الحوت في قضاء التاجي شمالي بغداد، وسجن بغداد المركزي (أبو غريب سابقاً) في قضاء ابو غريب غربي العاصمة، في (21 تموز 2013)، إلى قصف بقذائف الهاون، أعقبه هجوم نفذه مسلحون مجهولون مع حراس السجنين في محاولة لاقتحامهما، فيما أثار النزلاء في السجنين أعمال شغب وحرق عدد من القاعات، أسفر عن هروب من 500 _ 1000 نزيل من سجن أبو غريب المركزي معظمهم من أمراء وقادة تنظيم القاعدة، بحسب عضو لجنة الأمن والدفاع البرلمانية حاكم الزاملي. And exposure prison whale in the district of Taji, north of Baghdad, Baghdad Central Prison (Abu Ghraib previously) in the district of Abu Ghraib, west of the capital, in the (July 21, 2013), to the mortar fire, followed by an attack by unidentified gunmen with guards prisons in an attempt to Aqthamanma, while raised Guests in prisons, riots and burning a number of halls, resulting in the escape of 500 _ 1000 Guest of the central prison of Abu Ghraib, most of them princes and the leaders of al-Qaeda, according to a member of the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary Zamili governor.

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  7. #7
    Anti-Maliki Forces in the Iraqi Parliament Reach Another Milestone

    Posted by Reidar Visser on Friday, 26 July 2013 10:42

    In many ways, the approval by the Iraqi parliament this week of a Sadrist nominee as head of the country’s de-Baathification board is significant also as an indicator of the shrinking parliamentary support base of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

    Ever since his accession to the Iraqi premiership in 2006, Maliki’s strength has been the ability to avoid outright showdowns with the Iraqi parliament despite persistent and growing frictions. In some cases, this has been done simply by letting parliament quarrel among themselves regarding key legislation whereas Maliki governs based on Baath-era laws: The oil and gas law is a case in point. In other cases of problematic legislation, Maliki has relied on the judiciary to strong-arm the national assembly into obedience. This approach proved itself successful in a number of cases – and perhaps most spectacularly so when the supreme court struck down early attempts to decentralize the provincial powers law in 2010, as well as in Maliki’s moves to attach the independent commissions administratively to the executive and to limit the right to question ministers. And again other potential conflicts have been defused in the last minute by the resuscitation of sectarian alliances, sometimes with reported Iranian support. First, there was of course the last-minute détente with the Sadrists that largely helped save Maliki’s premiership in early summer 2012 when things almost reached a critical level. As late as January this year, only months before the provincial elections, Shiite parties similarly sided with Maliki and failed to attend an emergency session of parliament intended as a show of support for growing political unrest in Iraq’s provinces. In sum, whereas Maliki is dreaming a lot about rather unrealistic visions of a “political majority” government, he has actually been quite successful in surviving with what is often not the “power-sharing” he posits as the lamentable reality, but rather a “political minority” government.

    There have of course been exceptions, i.e. votes that were lost for Maliki or turned out in ways that were antithetical to his vision for Iraq. At the first such vote, the October 2006 law on the formation of federalism, one could argue that the Daawa had not consolidated its parliamentary base in any shape or form, and incongruously ended up supporting legislation which it would later bitterly oppose. Perhaps the most serious losses was the ascendancy of Ayyad al-Samaraie to the speakerhip in 2009, which was vigorously contested by Maliki but to no avail. More recently, Maliki twice tried to influence the formation of the Iraqi electoral commission – first by prematurely attempting to sack the incumbent one in July 2011, then by a failed attempt at inflating the number of commissioners in 2012. This was a harbinger of more serious things to come: Term limits on the premiership in January 2013, and provincial powers law revisions in June. There are reports Maliki allies are challenging some of these laws before the supreme court (and he may potentially have some success with the limitation of the premiership terms) but so far no clear decision has emerged.

    Earlier this week, on 22 July, another such milestone for the critics of Maliki was reached. In a parliament session attended by no less than 243 deputies, a proposal to confirm the Sadrist Falah Hasan al-Shanshal as de-Baathification head was approved. Details on the vote are few, with some sources claiming “unanimity” and others suggesting some Maliki allies rejected it. Whatever the actual voting patterns, Maliki supporters have already indicated that they may once more complain to the federal supreme court.

    The really important point though is that according to the accountability and justice law, the decision on the head of the de-Baathification committee must be made by an absolute majority, i.e. 163 out of the 325 parliament members. We must assume the decision was made in this way, and that an absolute-majority opposition to Maliki is beginning to consolidate in the Iraqi parliament. That is a threatening proposition even to a prime minister who has expertly sidelined the assembly in the past. Going forward to the parliamentary elections of 2014, he must especially be wary of the burgeoning coalition of Shiite Islamists (Sadrists and ISCI) and Sunnis/secularists (the Nujayfi bloc in particular) that reportedly pushed forward Shanshal’s approval.

    Beyond the numbers, there is the strong symbolism of the personalities involved. Shanshal, of course, was sidelined by Maliki earlier this year after having attempted to remove Midhat Mahmud – the supreme court chief and a key Maliki ally in his efforts to keep the Iraqi parliament at an arm’s length. Now Shanshal is being reinstated, suggesting more criticism of Maliki’s regime of the deeper kind focusing on his relations with the judiciary could be coming up.

    On a more humoristic note, the abnormally high attendance rates in the Iraqi parliament in July, in the middle of Ramadan, raise some questions about what is going on. Could it be related to superior provision of air condition at a time when most other Iraqis suffer in the 50 degrees Celsius heat? Surely, if the trend continues like this, the assembly might actually get things done, which would be a welcome change from the recent past in Iraqi politics.



    *** From earlier this week for reference ***

    House of Representatives vote on Chanchal president of the accountability and justice despite the objections of Maliki's coalition

    Monday, July 22, 2013 14:38

    Weak Good Twilight News / Iraqi House of Representatives voted Monday to choosing Falah Hassan Chanchal president of the accountability and justice concerned with rooting out Baath Party officials.

    A parliamentary source said "Twilight News", the House of Representatives were given confidence to Chanchal vote it despite the objections of State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

    He added that the House of Representatives voted on Bakhtiar Omar vice president.

    Maliki commissioned Chanchal last October to head the Justice and Accountability Commission, to replace the former president Ali al-Lami, who was assassinated in the summer of 2011.

    But Maliki assignment ended last February and assigned the task to name Budeiri Management Authority temporarily.

    Maliki's decision came a few days after the issuance of the decision by the Justice and Accountability Commission comprehensively the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud de-Baathification procedures. The last of those close to the owners.

    The former Iraqi Council of Representatives has approved in January 12, 2008 Justice and Accountability Law to replace the de-Baathification law, and provides for less stringent measures against members of the lower ranks of the Baath Party.

    The new law has spent the establishment of a supreme body for accountability and justice, rather than the de-Baathification Commission, which announced its establishment in May 2003 within the first decisions taken by the Coalition Provisional Authority headed by the civil administrator in Iraq Paul Bremer.

    And works to provide information which would reveal the identity of the Baathists with degrees of specific organic (member of the task and above) to be dismissed from state facilities, and was accordingly to disband the army and exemption of thousands of teachers and staff from their jobs and prevent both prove that he was a member of the Baath Party from holding jobs governmental organizations.


    *** Who is Falah Hassan Chanchal ? ***

    Biography and CV : https://sites.google.com/site/alodwa/home/cv
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  8. #8
    ائتلاف المالكي يرفض تعميم إلغاء الجنسية المزدوجة ويتحدث عن مخطط بعثي Maliki's coalition rejects universal abolition of dual citizenship and talking about the Baathist scheme
    26-07-2013 | (صوت العراق) - 26-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    شفق نيوز Twilight News

    رفض ائتلاف دولة القانون، الجمعة، تعميم قانون إلغاء الجنسية المكتسبة ليشمل اشخاصا خارج حدود الرئاسات الاربع ونوابهم، متهما من وصفها بـ"الايادي البعثية" بالوقوف وراء مخطط يراد منه اقصاء من وقف ضد النظام المخلوع في 2003. Rejection of a coalition of state law, Friday, universal law abolishing nationality acquired to include people outside the boundaries of the four presidencies and their deputies, accusing what he described as "Ba'athist hands" of being behind the scheme is intended to oust stop against the deposed regime in 2003.

    وقال القيادي علي العلاق لـ"شفق نيوز"، إن "الدستور العراقي واضح بشأن الجنسية المكتسبة وعدم تمتع من يتولى منصبا سياديا بجنسية غير العراقية، وهي رئيس الوزراء ونائبيه، ورئيس مجلس النواب ونائبيه، ورئيس مجلس القضاء الاعلى، ورئيس الجمهورية ونائبيه". The leader on the Keywords for "Twilight News", "The Iraqi constitution is clear on nationality acquired and lack of enjoyment of The position sovereign nationality of non-Iraqi, the Prime Minister and his two deputies, and parliament speaker and two deputies, and the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, and the President of the Republic and his deputies."

    واتهم العلاق "أياد بعثية بالوقوف وراء مخطط يراد منه اقصاء المناضلين والمجاهدين ابان النظام السابق عبر تعميم القانون ليشمل اعضاء مجلس النواب والوكلاء وغيرها من المناصب التي لا تندرج ضمن المناصب السيادية". Keywords accused "Baathist Iyad being behind the scheme is intended to exclusion and the mujahideen fighters during the former regime through the dissemination of the law to include members of the House of Representatives, agents and other positions that do not fall within the sovereign positions."

    وتابع أن "الدستور العراقي ضمن حق المواطن بالحصول على الجنسية الاجنبية الى جانب الجنسية العراقية، فلا يمكن تشريع قانون يعارض بنود الدستور، كما انه حدد من يجب الا يتمتع بالجنسية المكتسبة من المسؤولين في الرئاسات الاربع فقط". He continued that "the Iraqi constitution within the right of the citizen to acquire foreign nationality alongside Iraqi nationality, legislation can not be opposed to the terms of the Constitution Act, he also identified should not enjoy citizenship gained from officials in only four presidencies."

    وسلمت الحكومة مجلس النواب، الاحد، الماضي مشروع قانون إلغاء الجنسية المكتسبة للمسؤولين في الدولة، داعية المجلس الى سرعة اقراره، فيما اكدت ان المشروع متماشيا مع الدستور العراقي الى جانب انه بات مطلباً شعبياً. The government handed over the House of Representatives, on Sunday, the last bill abolishing the nationality acquired for officials in the state, calling on the Council to speed approval, while confirming that the project is consistent with the Iraqi constitution as well as it has become a popular demand.

    ويشمل المشروع الرئاسات الاربع والادعاء العام والوزراء والنواب والسفراء، والمديرين العامين في وزارة الدفاع حصراً، والضباط في الاجهزة الامنية أي من يحمل درجة ضابط فأعلى. The project includes four presidencies and prosecutors, ministers, MPs, ambassadors, and directors-general in the Ministry of Defense exclusively, and officers in the security services of any officer who holds a degree or higher education.

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  9. #9
    Pentagon addresses Congress to ratify the new arms deal for Iraq more than a billion dollars.
    26-07-2013 | (صوت العراق) - 26-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)
    المدى برس/ بغداد Range Press / Baghdad

    كشفت وزارة الدفاع الامريكية، اليوم الجمعة، عن "مخاطبة الكونغرس للمصادقة على خططه لبيع الحكومة العراقية" معدات وقطع غيار عسكرية متنوعة تصل قيمتها الى "مليار وخمسة وتسعون مليون دولار"، وبين أن المعدات تشمل "طائرات هليكوبتر وعجلات استطلاع نووي وبيولوجي وعجلات همفي"، في حين لفت الى أنها تأتي تحت عنوان "المساهمة الأمريكية لمساعدة شركائها وأصدقائها بتحسين استراتيجيتهم الأمنية". Revealed the Pentagon on Friday for "address the Congress to approve his plans to sell the Iraqi government" equipment and spare parts military variety Tune "billion and ninety-five million dollars," and that the equipment include "helicopters and wheels poll nuclear, biological and wheels Humvee" While pointed out that it comes under the title of "American contribution to help its partners and friends to improve their security strategy."

    وقال بيان صدر عن لجنة تعاون الأمن العسكري المسؤولة عن المبيعات الخارجية للأسلحة في وزارة الدفاع الامريكية، ونقله موقع (Fool) الأمريكي للأخبار الاقتصادية، وأطلعت عليه (المدى برس)، إنها "خاطبت الكونغرس للمصادقة على خططها لبيع الحكومة العراقية معدات وقطع غيار عسكرية متنوعة تصل قيمتها الى مليار وخمسة وتسعون مليون دولار". A statement issued by the Cooperation Committee Military Security responsible for foreign sales of weapons in the U.S. Department of Defense, and the transfer site (Fool) American Economic News, and briefed him (range Press), she "addressed the Congress to approve the plans to sell the Iraqi government equipment and spare parts military variety up value to one billion and ninety five million dollars. "

    وأضافت اللجنة في بيانها أن "هذه الصفقة العسكرية تشتمل (12) طائرة هليكوبتر من طراز بيل(Bell 412 EP) مع معداتها المرافقة الكاملة والتي تصل قيمتها الى (300) مليون دولار، إضافة الى (50) عجلة استطلاع نووي وبيولوجي وكيمياوي من نوع سترايكر طراز(M1135) المصممة لمقاومة أجواء الحرب الكيمياوية والتي تصل قيمتها التقريبية حوالي (900) مليون دولار". The Commission added in its statement that "This transaction Military include (12) helicopter Bell (Bell 412 EP) with equipment associated with the full and amounting to 300 million dollars, in addition to (50) wheel poll nuclear, biological and chemical type of Stryker model (M1135) designed to resist chemical warfare and atmosphere that reaches the approximate value of about 900 million dollars. "

    وأشارت اللجنة الى أن "الصفقة تحتوي أيضا قطع الغيار الضرورية لأغراض الصيانة لعجلات الإنقاذ نوع هيركوليز من طراز(M88A1) و(M88A2)المستخدمة كلاهما لإخلاء الدبابات المتضررة"، وأردفت "كما تحتوي المعدات الثقيلة لمقطورات وشاحنات طراز(M1070) وشاحنات الجهد الثقيل التكتيكية(M977) والعجلات المدولبة متعددة الأغراض(همفي)وعجلات منظومات مد الجسور العائمة التكتيكية(TFRBS)وعجلات نقل الأشخاص المدرعة(M113)وعجلات هاوتزر(M109A5)و(M198)". The Committee pointed out that "the deal also contain essential spare parts for maintenance of the wheels rescue type Hercules aircraft (M88A1) and (M88A2) used both for the evacuation of tanks affected," The agency "also contain heavy equipment for trailers and trucks model (M1070) and trucks voltage heavy tactical (

    وتابعت اللجنة أن "هذا القسم من مبيعات الأسلحة المقترحة تصل قيمتها الى (750) مليون دولار"، موضحة أن "كل هذه المبيعات المقترحة موصوفة تحت عنوان (مساهمة السياسة الخارجية الأمريكية وامنها الوطني بمساعدة شركائها وأصدقائها بتحسين استراتيجيتهم الأمنية)"، مؤكدة أن "هذه الصفقة لا تؤثر على الوضع الدفاعي والامني للولايات المتحدة". The Committee followed that "this section of the arms sales proposed up to $ 750 million," adding that "all these sales are proposed are described under the title (the contribution of U.S. foreign policy and national security with the help of its partners and friends to improve their strategy of security)," asserting that "this The transaction does not affect the status of the security and defense of the United States. "

    وكان مسؤول عسكري أميركي رفيع المستوى أكد، في (18 تموز2013)، أن العراق قدم 479 طلباً للحصول على تجهيزات عسكرية تصل قيمتها إلى نحو 15 مليار دولار، وفي حين بين أن قيمة الصفقات الممولة أميركيا للعراق تصل إلى 850 مليون دولار، ذكر أن الموافقة "لم تتم" بعد على منظومة الدفاع الجوي المتكاملة التي طلبها العراق للحاجة إلى "سلسلة موافقات" من قبل وزارة الخارجية الأميركية. The U.S. military official high-level confirmed, in (July 18, 2013), that Iraq submitted 479 applications for military equipment worth about $ 15 billion, while between the value of trades funded U.S. for Iraq up to $ 850 million, he said that the approval " has not yet been "on the integrated air defense system requested by Iraq to the need for" a series of approvals "by the U.S. State Department.

    وكان وزير الدفاع العراقي وكالة، سعدون الدليمي، قال في حديث إلى (المدى برس)، في (الثالث من حزيران 2013)، إن العراق سيتسلم وجبة أولى من طائرات F-16 الأميركية نهاية العام 2013 الجاري. The Iraqi defense minister agency, Saadoun al-Dulaimi, said in an interview to the (Presse term), in (third from June 2013), that Iraq will receive the first meal of the F-16 aircraft the U.S. end of the current year 2013.

    وكان العراق وقع اتفاقاً مع واشنطن لشراء 36 طائرة مقاتلة من طراز F-16، وقد أعلنت الحكومة العراقية في (أيلول 2011)، عن تسديد الدفعة الأولى من قيمة الصفقة ثمناً لشراء 18 مقاتلة من هذا النوع، فيما أكدت وزارة الدفاع، في (الثالث من تموز 2012 المنصرم)، على رغبة الحكومة العراقية زيادة عدد هذه الطائرات في "المستقبل القريب" لحماية أجواء البلاد. Iraq had signed an agreement with Washington to buy 36 fighter aircraft F-16, has announced that the Iraqi government (September 2011), the payment of the first installment of the value of the deal price to buy 18 fighter of this kind, as confirmed by the Ministry of Defense, in (third from July 2012 the past), the Iraqi government's desire to increase the number of aircraft in the "near future" to protect the country's airspace.

    يذكر أن الولايات المتحدة هي المصدر الرئيس لتسليح القوات المسلحة العراقية، برغم السعي للحصول على أسلحة روسية وأخرى من دول أوريا الشرقية بين الحين والآخر. The United States is the main source of arming the Iraqi armed forces, despite the quest for Russian and other weapons from Eastern Uriah States between now and then.

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  10. #10
    Alkhozai warns of a campaign of "dirty and fierce" on Iraq and rely on the "political maturity"
    26-07-2013 | (صوت العراق) - 26-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)
    المدى برس/ بغداد Range Press / Baghdad

    كشف نائب رئيس الجمهورية خضير الخزاعي، اليوم الجمعة، عن مقترح بتشكيل لجنة من علماء الدين للحوار مع السياسيين لحل المشاكل في البلاد، وحذر من حملة قذرة وشرسة من قبل بعض الأشخاص تريد تدمير العراق، وفيما أكد على أن "الحصانة التي يمتلكها النضج السياسي العراقي قادرة على تجاوز كل التحديات والتهديدات"، أشار إلى "وثيقة شرف لتجريم وإدانة ومحاسبة كل المقصرين الذين ينفخون السموم الطائفية". Detection Vice President Khodair al, on Friday, a proposal to form a committee of religious scholars for dialogue with politicians to resolve the problems in the country, and warned of a campaign of dirty and fierce by some people want to destroy Iraq, as he emphasized that "the immunity possessed by the political maturity Iraqi capable to overcome all challenges and threats ", he referred to the" document of honor to criminalize and condemn and hold all defaulters who blow off the poison of sectarianism. "

    جاء ذلك خلال مؤتمر عقده خضير الخزاعي، في قصر السلام وسط العاصمة بغداد، مع رئيسا الوقف السني والشيعي وعدد من رجال الدين، وحضرته (المدى برس). This came during a conference held Khudair Alkhozai, at the Peace Palace in central Baghdad, with the head of the Sunni Endowment, and a number of Shiite clerics, and attended (Presse term).

    وقال الخزاعي على هامش المؤتمر، إنه "حينما يجتمع علماءنا من السنة والشيعة في كل مكان وزمان، فهي تمثل رسالة ورد عملي على كل من يتأمر ويريد نسف الوحدة السياسية والاجتماعية والدينية بين أبناء الشعب الواحد"، مبينا أن "محاولات المتطرفين مستمرة ولكن صمود العراق ووعي شعبه أكبر من كل التآمر الذي يريد بالعراق أن يتشظى لتفرقة أبناء شعبه". He said Alkhozai on the sidelines of the conference, that "when meet our scientists of the Sunnis and Shiites in every place and time, they represent a message received practical on each of conspiring and wants to blow up the political unity, social and religious among the sons of one people," noting that "attempts by extremists continue, but the steadfastness of Iraq and awareness people is greater than all the conspiracy that wants Iraq to يتشظى the to disperse his people. "

    وأضاف الخزاعي "هناك مبادرة لدينا باسم مبادرة السلم الاجتماعي في العراق ومعي مجموعة من الناس الحريصين على وحدة البلد والدم العراقي النازف ظلما، ونحن بصدد اللمسات الأخيرة لتلك المبادرة وسنتوصل قريبا إلى اتفاق لميثاق شرف". Added Alkhozai "there is an initiative we have as social peace initiative in Iraq and to me a group of people who are keen on the unity of the country and the bleeding of Iraqi blood unjustly, and we are going to finalize this initiative and we will reach an agreement soon with the Charter of honor."

    وتابع الخزاعي "اليوم طرحت فكرة أن تنبثق لجنة من العلماء للحوار مع كل من يعنيه الأمر من السياسيين وعملنا مستمر نحو هذا الأمر، لكن رسالة العراق نريد إيصالها إلى الخارج ونقول بها بأن هناك عقول عراقية ناضجة قادرة على التعايش والتفاهم وهذه الرسالة باسم العراق لباقي دول العالم". He Alkhozai "Today floated the idea to emanate a committee of scientists to dialogue with all concerned politicians and our ongoing about this, but the message of Iraq want to deliver it to the outside and tell them that there are minds Iraqi mature capable of coexistence, understanding, and this letter on behalf of Iraq to the rest of the world . "

    وأشار الخزاعي إلى أن "هناك حملة قذرة وشرسة من قبل بعض الأشخاص تريد للعراق أن يدمر، من خلال إغراقه بحرب طائفية وتدميره بحروب عديدة"، مؤكدا على أن "الحصانة التي يمتلكها النضج السياسي العراقي قادرة على تجاوز كل التحديات والتهديدات". The Alkhozai that "there is a campaign dirty and fierce by some people want Iraq to destroy, through the sink war and sectarian destruction of wars many," stressing that "immunity owned by the political maturity of the Iraqi able to overcome all challenges and threats."

    وعن الخطاب الطائفي لبعض رجال الدين بين الخزاعي أن "الوثيقة ضمت تجريم وإدانة ومحاسبة كل المقصرين الذين ينفخون بالسموم الطائفية وسموم التفرقة في النسيج الاجتماعي لذلك القضاء العراقي مطالب والسلطة التنفيذية مطالبة أيضا بملاحقة هؤلاء ومحاسبتهم ضمن القانون العراقي"، منوها إلى أن "هناك أيدي خبيثة فمن يفجر المسجد الشيعي هو نفسه من يفجر المسجد السني كما هو نفسه من يفجر الكنيسة". And sectarian rhetoric of some of the clergy between Alkhozai that "the document included the criminalization and condemn and hold all defaulters who blow off the poison of sectarianism and toxins discrimination in the social fabric of the Iraqi judiciary demands and the executive branch are also required to prosecute these people and hold them accountable under Iraqi law," noting that "there are the hands of malicious it blowing Shiite mosque is the same blowing Sunni mosque as himself from the blows of the Church. "

    وعن سجن أبو غريب وهروب السجناء أوضح الخزاعي أن "هناك عملية تواطئ ما بين من هم داخل السجن وخارجه، كما هناك من يعمل ويرمي برسالة سلبية بأن الحكومة العراقية غير قادرة على حفظ الأمن". And the Abu Ghraib prison and the escape of prisoners Khuzai explained that "there is a complicity between those inside and outside prison, as there are runs and throws a negative message that the Iraqi government is unable to maintain security."

    من جانبه قال رئيس ديوان الوقف السني أحمد عبد الغفور السامرائي "تدارسنا وثيقة بغداد وسنفعلها في موسم الحج في مكة المكرمة بمؤتمر كبير، كما تدارسنا الكثير من الأمور، وتم حل المشكلة التي حدثت حول المساجد الثلاثة التي اعتدي عليها واستولي عليها، إذ أعيدت إلى الوقف السني"، من دون ان يحدداماكن هذه الجوامع او الجهة التي سيطرت عليها . For his part, head of the Sunni Endowment, Ahmed Abdul-Ghafoor Samarrai "تدارسنا document Baghdad and Snflha in the pilgrimage season in Mecca Conference large, as تدارسنا a lot of things, was to solve the problem that occurred about three mosques that assaulted and captured it, it was returned to the Sunni Waqf "without Ihdeddamcn these mosques or the party that controlled them.

    وبين السامرائي أن "العلاقات الطيبة ما بين الوقفين السني والشيعي ستستمر كما هي بين جميع أطياف الشعب العراقي، ونحن نعاهد الله والجميع بأننا سننبذ التطرف من أي فئة وأي مذهب وأي جانب، لنمضي قدما لتحقيق وحدة متألفة متكاتفة، من دون أن نلتفت لمن يدعي أنه سني وأراد قتل الشيعي أو العكس". And the samurai that "good relations between الوقفين Sunni and Shiite will continue as they are among all spectrums of the Iraqi people, and we promise God and everyone that we Snnbz extremism of any class and any doctrine of any side, to move forward to achieve the unity of Brasillian variant Mtkacfah, without having to pay attention to those who claim to be Sunni and wanted to kill Shiite or vice versa. "

    وكان مواطنون عراقيون هاجموا، يوم الأربعاء (24 تموز 2013)، الحكومة المركزية بعد حادثة هروب سجناء من سجني أبو غريب والتاجي في العاصمة بغداد، وعدوا أن الحكومة أصبحت غير قادرة على مقارعة الإرهاب وتطبق قانونها فقط على الطبقات الفقيرة من المواطنين، وفيما دعوا رئيس الحكومة نوري المالكي ووزير العدل حسن الشمري إلى الاستقالة، طالبوا بإدخال كاميرات الإعلام إلى سجني أبو غريب والتاجي ليطلع الرأي العام على عملية تحصين السجون وكيف يمكن للمسلحين اختراقها وتهريب السجناء. The Iraqi citizens attacked, on Wednesday (July 24, 2013), the central government after the incident, the escape of prisoners from prisons of Abu Ghraib and Taji in Baghdad, and promised that the government has become unable to fight terrorism and apply the law only to the poorer classes of citizens, as called for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Minister of Justice Hassan Shammari to resign, they demanded to enter the media cameras to the prisons of Abu Ghraib and Taji to inform the public on the process of immunization prisons and how the gunmen penetrated and smuggling of prisoners.

    وكان زعيم التيار الصدري مقتدى الصدر عد، يوم الثلاثاء (23 تموز 2013)، أن "الهروب الجماعي" من أكبر سجنين في بغداد، يشكل "الخرق الأمني الأكبر" في تاريخ العراق، وفي حين أكد أن (بغداد الحبيبة) تعاني من "انحطاط" أمني وباتت (أسيرة الإرهاب والمليشيات والدكتاتورية والشهوات والتمسك بالكرسي"، أعرب عن أمله ألا يكون ما حدث نتيجة "صفقة أو اتفاق"، مشدداً على ضرورة استدعاء البرلمان رئيس الحكومة ووزير الدفاع والداخلية (الأصلي) والقادة الأمنيين. The leader Moqtada al-Sadr counting, on Tuesday (July 23, 2013), that "escape mass" of the largest prisons in Baghdad, constitutes a "breach of security the biggest" in the history of Iraq, while stressing that the (Baghdad beloved) suffer from "degeneration" and security are (captive of terrorism and militias, dictatorship and desires and stick to the chair ", he hoped not to be what happened as a result of a" deal or agreement, "stressing the need to call parliament Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Interior (the original) and security leaders.

    وكان مصدر أمني مطلع كشف، يوم الاثنين، (الـ22 من تموز 2013 الحالي)، أن عدد النزلاء الهاربين من سجن أبو غريب عقب الهجوم عليه بلغ أكثر من 600 هارب، وتوقع المصدر ارتفاع الهجمات المسلحة خلال الفترة المقبلة لأن الهاربين "من اخطر الإرهابيين"، لفت إلى أن عددا كبير من الضحايا سقطوا من الجانبين. A security source earlier revealed, on Monday, (the 22 of July 2013 now), the number of inmates escaped from the Abu Ghraib prison after the attack, it amounted to more than 600 runaway, the source expected rise in armed attacks in the coming period because the fugitives "of the most dangerous terrorists," He pointed out that a large number of the victims were killed on both sides.

    وكانت وزارة العدل أعلنت، يوم الاثنين أيضا، أن حصيلة ضحايا الهجمات على سجني التاجي وأبو غريب، بلغت 68 قتيلا وجريحا، ولفتت إلى أن نحو تسعة انتحارين وثلاثة سيارات مفخخة استخدمت في الهجمات على السجنين فضلا عن تعرضهما إلى قصف بأكثر من 100 قذيفة هاون، مشيرة إلى تشكيل لجان تحقيقه بالهجمات وإجراء إحصاء للتأكد من عدم هروب السجناء. The Ministry of Justice announced on Monday, too, that the death toll from the attacks on prisons Taji and Abu Ghraib, amounted to 68 dead and wounded, but pointed out that about nine Antharin and three car bombs used in the attacks on the prisons as well as they faced the shelling of more than 100 mortar rounds, noting to the formation of committees to achieve the attacks and conduct a census to make sure no prisoners escape.

    وكان مصدر في وزارة الداخلية أفاد، يوم الأحد، (الـ21 من تموز الحالي)، بأن عدة قذائف هاون سقطت على سجن أبو غريب غربي بغداد، أعقبها اندلاع اشتباكات بين قوة خاصة جاءت للسجن بعد سقوط القذائف ومسلحين هاجموها أثناء اقترابها من مبنى السجن، كما سقط عدد من قذائف الهاون قرب سجن التاجي (الحوت) أعقبها انفجار عدة عبوات ناسفة على الطريق المؤدي إلى السجن"، مبينا أن "مسلحين مجهولين هاجموا بعد ذلك عناصر حماية السجن، مما أدى إلى اندلاع اشتباكات عنيفة بين الطرفين. A source at the Interior Ministry said on Sunday (21 th of July present), that several mortar shells fell on Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad, followed by the outbreak of clashes between the special force came to the prison after the fall of shells and gunmen attacked during approached the prison building, also fell number of mortar shells near Taji prison (Pisces), followed by the explosion of several explosive devices on the road leading to the prison, "noting that" unidentified gunmen attacked the then prison protection elements, which led to the outbreak of violent clashes between the two sides.

    فيما اعلن تنظيم القاعدة، أمس الثلاثاء،( 23 تموز 2013)، عن مسؤوليته عن الهجومين الذين استهدفا سجني أبو غريب والتاجي في العاصمة بغداد، وأكد "تحرير" 500 سجين خلال العملية، فيما أشار إلى أن العملية جاءت استجابة لدعوة زعيمه أبو بكر البغدادي بتنفيذ خطة (تحطيم الجدران). With Al Qaeda, on Tuesday, (July 23, 2013), claimed responsibility for the attacks who targeted the prisons Abu Ghraib and Taji in Baghdad, and stressed the "Edit" 500 prisoners during the operation, as pointed out that the operation came in response to an invitation leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi implementation Plan (breaking down the walls).

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