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    " The Dinar Daily ", Friday, 9 August 2013

    A strong blow to al Qaeda in Iraq
    09-08-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Source: The New York Times ğU.S.

    Escape from prison is common in Iraq, but the attacks on the prisons of Abu Ghraib and Taji recently, are a special class. These attacks led to the flight of up to 800 armed, looking for them, "Interpol" Now as a "major threat" to global security. The attacks also showed alarming and growing strength of al Qaeda in Iraq.

    Which appeared in a state of decline since just a few years, also raised new questions about the effectiveness of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and about the stability of Iraq itself. And al-Qaeda in Iraq, affiliated to al-Qaeda, had been waging a deadly insurgency took the country to the brink of civil war during 2006 and 2007, and then suffered major defeats at the hands of Iraqi tribal groups and American troops. Has rebounded since then, and is believed to be largely responsible for increasing the daily bombings that killed nearly 700 people in the month of July alone.

    The processes of Abu Ghraib and Taji were simultaneous and Mttortin, Western experts said the newspaper "New York Times" The insurgents used mortars to prosecute Iraqi forces, and sent suicide bombers to penetrate the defenses of these forces, and inflicted so strongly attacked for the release of prisoners. And strangely, the officials in the U.S. administration after spending this amount of money to strengthen the Iraqi security forces, talked a bit, in secret and in public, for the reason that called for the failure of their investment, in that case, this limit is stunning.

    And Iraq a sovereign state and is responsible for its own security, but he could be more able to fend off al-Qaeda, if the work of al-Maliki and the Americans more effort to reach an agreement to keep the symbolic number of soldiers in the country, to continue to assist in training and intelligence gathering. It is therefore not surprising to be interesting Maliki such a procedure has increased.

    The Army Special Forces and the CIA, reportedly, has a small number of units in the country to assist in counter-terrorism activities. And regional fluctuations, including the Syrian war, doubled from instability in Iraq. But the main problem is in the al-Maliki, who led his monopolistic and محاباته power of the Shiite majority at the expense of other groups, to ignite sectarian tensions. This made-Qaida in Iraq and other insurgent groups, more attractive to ممتعضين.

    And administration officials are working behind the scenes, to calm the political differences between Maliki and Sunni and Kurdish leaders, and to find better relations between Iraq and other countries in the region. But in the absence of any change in opinion and approach by al-Maliki, the Iraqis and their country will remain seriously divided.

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    Wahab: the coming days will see a move toward making the controversial laws
    Ali Abdullah -07/08/2013-8: 56 am

    Bloc MP Hasan gave away the next few days will see a movement toward the activation of the contested laws.

    Attorney for the State of law Coalition is useful for marginalised has indicated more than one legally disabled because {14} political differences excluded pass these laws in one basket of political blocs had not agreed.

    And political consensus that differences among the parliamentary blocs under Parliament prevented the adoption of several laws and impacted negatively on the performance of Deputies including laws {oil and gas, Federal Court, consolidated public retirement}, and other laws.

    Wahab said in a press statement on Wednesday that "such moves would be controversial laws became a trend for years without agreed, including the oil and gas Act and the Federal Court Act", indicating that "the controversial points can be agreed upon."

    "The overall political situation in the coming days, governed by its proximity to the preparations for the elections there is also somewhat of a precarious security situation in Baghdad and most of the political space."

    He said there was "beyond the Constitution and the laws of multiple actors and this is unacceptable."

    He stressed that "the political blocs must know that there is a Constitution and commitment to principles of political ethics and should not override it.

    The country is in difficult circumstances in life all noting that many files SOA still neglected and the lack of a mechanism through which to raise the standard of living of citizens in addition to the substantial shortfall in services such as electricity and degradation ration card items and water scarcity in most areas in addition to the security file almtdhoralamer which are tasked with Iraqi citizens.


    *** i think imissed the foregoing article. one commentator is concluding that the parliament will pass these controversial laws in a basket. we shall see ***
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    *** this article was posted in the forum a couple of days ago, but I overlooked the mention of Turki's return to his former position which Kaperoni talked about in the conference call last night ***

    The Central Bank's investigations and its former officials sentenced to prison

    Baghdad-Iraq-7 August: parliamentary sources said that "the integrity Commission reached a decision review investigations by the Iraqi Parliament on Central Bank after discovering gaps concerning the accuracy of information and weak evidence and political motivation."

    The sources predicted that "substantial changes in the structure of the Central Bank of Iraq in particular conservative agency exemption Abdel Basset Turki and returned to his job as head of the Office of financial supervision."

    She stated that "Dr. bhuie_deol Deputy Governor of the Central Bank for many years, a candidate for Governor."

    Abdul Basit Turki has earned the loyalty of Iraqi Central Bank workers to double their salaries twice and gave them 36 a year instead of 12 salary at the time of the transfer of dozens of staff from the Office of financial supervision for the Central Bank of Iraq and two directors appointed three new agency.

    In the meantime the Rusafa Criminal Court issued a sentence of one year on the former Central Bank Adviser on the Abu Naila was the second of its kind after the sentence to six months ' imprisonment against former Director

    Hazem Al-Ani as Central Bank sentenced to six months in prison on a tax Manager in cases of dereliction of duty.

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    *** I missed this article from the other day ***

    Federal Court may enable Maliki third term

    Wednesday, 07 August / August 2013

    Baghdad / Orr News Informed political sources revealed that the response of the Federal Court would be compatible with a request to determine the mandate of Parliament three presidencies بولايتين the only not to be taken retroactively, to the satisfaction of Maliki also allow him a third and possibly a fourth. Moreover, it was considered the leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, to extend the mandate of the third Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "a monopoly of power and consecration of dictatorship" that will lead the country into sectarian division, as he emphasized the Kurdistan Alliance commitment to the decisions of the Federal Court on the Law of the mandate of the three presidencies, noting that decisions "As peremptory read the constitution," promised as determined by the Federal Court "no judgment." Despite denials by the President of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Fuad Masum, the leader of the party, Jalal Talabani, to be told with the consent of the Kurdistan Alliance to give al-Maliki another state, but that the Constitution did not prevent non-President to take charge of a third session does not apply to it is not the prime minister nor the Speaker of the House, so it is needed to clear constitutional amendment from the House of Representatives.

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    Thousands of people participate in Fri prayers and sit-in,of Anbar.
    09/08/2013 11:34:00

    Ramadi / NINA /--Thousands of people flocked from different parts of Fallujah and Ramadi cities , to participate in the unified Fri-prayer.

    Sheikh Mohammed Fayyad, one of the organizers of Anbar sit-ins ,said to NINA reporter : "The citizens participated in the prayers that held in the courtyard northern Ramadi and eastern Fallujah cities , stressing that the goal of this trickle is to send one again a message to the governing in Baghdad that our demonstrations are peaceful and backed by citizens deep conviction.

    "The source added that the central government seeking by every means to provoke the demonstrators especially through nonsense statements .

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    Strict security procedures around the sit-in square of Anbar.
    09/08/2013 12:12:00

    Ramadi / NINA /-- Tightened security procedures taken around the sit-in squares of Anbar province, before holding the unified prayers at noon today .

    A police source said to NINA reporter : "The aim of these measures is to protect the worshipers and protestors from any attempt by saboteurs aiming to create up problems or conflicts with the protesters and worshipers inside the squares of Anbar sit-in squares.

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    Janabi: Failed security leaders behind repeated security breaches
    Friday, 09 August 2013 10:16

    Baghdad (AIN) -MP, Midhir al-Janabi, of the Security and Defense Parliamentary Committee pointed out “Failed security leaders are behind the repeated security breaches.”

    He stated to AIN “The financial and administrative corruption and the unqualified security commanders are behind the escalated terrorist attacks.”

    He hoped “All sides to cooperate to eliminate terrorism and to control the borders with the neighboring countries.”

    He ruled out “Presenting any resignation by any official within the Iraqi State despite the security breaches.”

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    Settling political disputes to end terrorism, says Bazoni
    Friday, 09 August 2013 12:51

    Baghdad (AIN) -Independent MP, Jawad al-Bazoni, pointed out that “Settling the political disputes and doubling the efforts of the security forces will end terrorism.”

    He stated to AIN “Terrorism will continue as long as it is supported by some radical and some political blocs.”

    “The lack of the readiness of the security forces is behind the recent security breaches,” he added.

    “Confronting terrorism requires unity among the political blocs and real national reconciliation in addition to settling the disputes,” he concluded.

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    Sharifi: security agencies infiltrated by Baathists and will not be restored unless the security of the Maliki government change its policy
    09-08-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    {Baghdad: Euphrates News} MP for the Liberal bloc parliamentary Hussein Sharifi, that the security has been infiltrated and controlled by members of the Baath Party and al-Qaeda, adding that security would prevail in the country unless the government changed its policy used and the clearing of the security services of these elements .

    He said Sharifi told {Euphrates News} that "the security agencies infiltrated by gangs and the forces of the Baath, has been dominated by fully, as we note that the terrorist attacks and bombings organization and this shows the control of the terrorists where they are more than a blow in one day, and places of sporadic, and close times, therefore difficult to control the situation. "

    He added that "security will not prevail, but if I change the Maliki government of its policy, and tried to possess the people and the situation, and cleaned the security elements of the Baath Party and al Qaeda, which infiltrated, so they must purge the security forces in the defense and interior ministries of these elements."

    And ascended terrorism during this period of its quality and quantity, and took change of plans and tactics in the absence of plans and programs, professional and efficient and choose the right items for the leadership and management of the security file in the country, and thus lax security and lack of control, according to what he sees as some military experts.

    Iraq has been and security situation tense, represented explosion of car bombs and improvised explosive devices and lenses, in addition to the assassinations بكواتم sound, most recently Machdth Baghdad last Tuesday evening, where a six-car booby-trapped areas scattered from the capital, included {people, Husseiniya, and Karrada, and the session, and saffron, and Nahrawan} resulted from the occurrence of {125} citizen between the dead and wounded.

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    Ankara Court Rejects Retrial for Ocalan
    By Armando Cordoba

    An Ankara court has unanimously rejected a retrial for Kurdistan Worker Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Ocalan, Turkey’s Bianet news reported.

    Ocalan’s request for a retrial was submitted in a 26-page report by his defense attorneys under a new set of legal reforms.

    In a recent interview with Rudaw regarding the retrial, his lawyers had cited the European Court of Human Rights’ condemnation of Ocalan’s original trial, and how his 1999 arrest in Kenya had violated international laws.

    The human rights court also had questioned the impartiality of the judges who presided over Ocalan’s trial.

    Cengiz Yürekli, a defense attorney for Ocalan, had said his team would petition the human rights court if Ocalan’s request for a retrial was denied by Turkey.

    Ocalan is the founder of the PKK, which has been fighting for autonomy in Turkey since 1984.

    He was jailed in 1999 and sentenced to death, but that was commuted to life imprisonment in 2002.

    The PKK is in the middle of a historic peace process with Turkey – negotiated by Ocalan – to end a three-decade separatist war in which an estimated 40,000 people have died across Turkey.

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