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    Saturday 27 October 2012
    • State law: the U.S. administration knew Hashimi's involvement with terrorism!/GAZETTE!

    Follow-up - and babysit - A member of the coalition of state law, informed the U.S. administration prior involvement vice president was sentenced to death in absentia Tareq al-Hashemi criminal operations before the withdrawal of its troops last year after 2011.

    Said Saad logistical in a press statement, "The U.S. forces, and their withdrawal from Iraq at the end of last year, it has the information about the involvement of al-Hashemi activities armed crimes during the past years, and the Iraqi government approached the United States about the failure to take the actions required against him when she was stuck file security , she replied Btakovha of stoking sectarian strife then existing, and she advised him to leave the murder and terrorism, but it was followed this policy. "

    He added that "the government has evidence peremptory involvement Hashemi operations criminal, and his direct relations totals armed involved with terrorism," likely "to asylum Hashemi operations escalation and damage file security across cells stationed in Iraq, in the event of failure to resolve the case through the General Amnesty Law and comprehensiveness by ".

    The Central Criminal Court announced on September 9 last issue a death sentence in absentia against Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, and his chief Ahmed Qahtan.

    For its part, approved the Presidency of the Republic in October 10 of the current cut the salary and allowances of Hashemi, in response to a request of the Integrity Committee in the House of Representatives, and out of respect for the judicial decision of guilty.

    Hashemi, who was accused Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of trying to assassinate him at his residence in Turkey.

    Hashemi said in an interview published on his website after his question about the existence of attempts to assassinate him, "Yes, I received threats, and have information that al-Maliki sent to here in Turkey difference intelligence specialist, and will continue threats, which briefed on several Internet sites near Maliki understands that very well "as he put it.Q, Q

    ♣ RED: Hashemi was just another "fall-guy", and now Maliki is setting the US up to look like the bad guy in all of this. Creates a perfect reason for Maliki to team up with Russia after WE came in and liberated their country... ( and started drilling for oil of course). More "MM", Maliki Manipulation. IMO

    Friday 26 October 2012
    Darraji: Hashemi charges of masterminding the assassination void owners and an attempt to draw attention to his case

    BAGHDAD - babysit -Description Deputy State of Law coalition accused convicted Tareq al-Hashemi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of trying to assassinate him in Turkey as "false."

    The MP said Shaker Darraji in a press statement that "a claim Hashimi charge to the owners of trying to assassinate him it is only an attempt to restore sight and directing to his case because he is now a convicted terrorist and a sentence a death sentence."

    And added, "even if there was already an idea or a project or a methodology for the owners of the implementation of such a claim is invalid as possible occurs when Hashemi was killed the sons of the people he and his group established during the past years."

    And was sentenced to death in absentia Tareq al-Hashemi accused Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of trying to assassinate him at his residence in Turkey ... p / i

    Friday 26 October 2012
    • Iranian group of companies plans to invest in the industrial and oil sectors in Basra

    Basra - and babysit -Group of Companies announced ♦ Iranian intention to invest in the province of Basra and the establishment of a project in the industrial and ♦ oil sectors at an investment cost of up to $ 310 million.

    The representative of the group of companies "Boya experiences of" Iranian Hussein builders during his headquarters Basra Investment Commission and meeting with director of single window where, in the presence of advisor portfolios for Agricultural Affairs and Water Resources: The group plan to set up an industrial project investment to establish two laboratories, the ♦ first specialist produces cables and electrical transformers, and a capital investment of up to $ 60 million.

    He added: that the second project includes the ♦ construction of a factory for the production of steel, cars, machinery and railways, oil and gas, petro-chemicals, pointing out that the estimated cost of investment of up to $ 250 million.
    For its part Basra Investment Commission announced support projects and push for obtaining the required approvals from the relevant departments ... p / i

    Saturday 27 October 2012
    Brahimi in Moscow next Monday to discuss the Syrian crisis

    Agencies - a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry Alexander Ukashević Friday that the Special Envoy of the United Nations and the Arab League to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi will visit Moscow next Monday.

    The site said ADP News, citing the Russian news agency (RIA Novosti) to Ukashević said "wait on a Monday and the arrival of the Special Envoy of the United Nations and the Arab League Lakhdar Brahimi to Moscow for a short visit."

    He said that Brahimi will discuss with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, "the subsequent process steps to resolve the crisis in Syria."

    The spokesman said that the situation in Syria remains complex, difficult, noting that "the government forces face of armed opposition factions that receive various assistance from abroad on an ongoing basis."

    Furthermore, he pointed to Ukashević to working visit to Lavrov to Egypt starting on November 4 / November and continue until 5 thereof.

    Then Lavrov will travel to Jordan to meet there with King Abdullah II and Palestinian National Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.

    The visit will begin Lavrov to Jordan on November 5 / November and will continue until 6 thereof. Q, Q

    Last edited by RED LILY; 10-27-2012 at 08:51 AM.

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    Kuwait's turmoil brings rare protest partnership

    By HUSSAIN AL-QATARI | Associated Press 10 mins ago

    Enlarge PhotoAssociated Press/Gustavo Ferrari - Kuwaiti men walk down Fahed Al Salem Street during a demonstration in Kuwait City on Sunday, October 21, 2012. Several thousand protestors from opposition groups, Bedouin more

    KUWAIT CITY (AP) For Kuwait's embattled rulers, clashes earlier this week with anti-government protesters were more than just a sign tensions may be mounting. The crowds themselves showed the widening nature of the Gulf nation's political crisis: Stirrings of a rare alliance of convenience between liberals andIslamists against Kuwait's Western-backed leadership.

    While it's not the first time Middle East protests have brought together political foes Cairo's Tahrir Square last year and Iran's postelection unrest in 2009 had a full spectrum of voices Kuwait's tiny size means that the coalescence of such varied groups could make for an opposition that punches far above its own weight.

    Despite the rising unrest, the ruling family appears in no imminent danger of an Arab Spring-style revolt such as Bahrain's 20-month-old Shiite Muslim-led uprising against the Sunni monarchy.

    But the emerging alliance underscores the complicated challenges for Kuwait's ruling family as the oil-rich country moves toward Dec. 1 parliamentary elections.

    Simultaneous pressure from liberals and Islamist conservatives could push Kuwait deeper into a political morass that has already disrupted the economy and raised questions about stability in one of Washington's most critical military footholds in the region.

    Kuwait's importance to the Pentagon rose sharply after the U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq in December. It is now the hub for American ground forces in the Gulf, where the U.S. and its Arab allies seek to counter Iran's military buildup.

    "This is certainly not a revolution. It is a call for change and serious reform," said Shafeeq Ghabra, political affairs professor at Kuwait University. "There is an overlapping interest in Kuwait's many political factions despite their differences. They want balance of power in the political game."

    Islamists and their allies want power. They are pressing hard to reclaim their hold on the country's legislature, which is the most politically empowered among the Gulf Arab states.

    Meanwhile, liberals are rallying around claims the rulers are overreaching. Many have strongly objected to the government's hard-ball political efforts over the past months that included disbanding the opposition-controlled parliament.

    This has become the meeting point for the unusual joint onslaught that could become the most broad-based challenge to Kuwait's leadership since it was restored by the 1991 U.S.-led invasion that drove out Saddam Hussein's forces.

    "Today we unite together in fighting a bigger entity. The autocracy in Kuwait is stopping true democratic life. We must fight autocracy first," said Lama al-Othman, a human rights activist and liberal columnist for Aljarida newspaper.

    "As a liberal, my fight with the Islamist opposition is always ongoing," she continued. "I refuse repression, I refuse it when it's practiced by the opposition and I also refuse it when it's practiced by the government."

    At last Sunday's protest rally, which drew thousands of people, fully veiled women marched alongside others wearing jeans and their hair in ponytails. Men in the traditional white robes of the Gulf chanted with college-age students in t-shirts.

    Riot police used tear gas and stun grenades against protesters who defied orders to limit the rally to a site in front of the parliament building. Dozens were reported injured or overcome by the gas clouds.

    Kuwait's government later ordered a ban on any public gatherings of more than 20 people, while loyalist groups issued a statement pledging support for the 83-year-old emir, Sheik Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, who has ruled since 2006.

    The monarchy still has wide public support and many even those currently siding with Islamists would likely favor the ruling system if any serious attempts were made by Islamic conservatives to impose strict social rules such as curfews on women and sex-segregated universities.

    The country's emir controls the government payouts and generous cradle-to-grave benefits that are linchpins of the nation's social pact. But Kuwait's rulers are also grappling with the most politically charged landscape among Gulf Arab nations.

    Parliament has wide powers and opposition lawmakers often make public charges of corruption against Cabinet members, who are mostly hand-picked by the emir. Here, political battles standout in comparison with the country's Gulf partners such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, where public dissent is rare and is quickly muzzled.

    The current upheavals began in February elections, when Islamists and backers from sympathetic tribes took control of the 50-seat parliament. They quickly demanded key posts in the Cabinet and debated possible laws such as banning construction of new churches and mandating a death sentence for anyone convicted of blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad.

    The emir later disbanded the opposition-led parliament and unsuccessfully tried to challenge voting district changes that appeared to give anti-government forces an edge. For months, Kuwait was without a working parliament.

    For the next election, however, the government has changed the electoral system from one permitting multiple ballots by each voter to a one-person-one-vote arrangement. Opposition groups claim this hurts them because they will not be able to form pre-election coalitions. They also say parliament should be the only venue to change voting rules.

    Al-Othman, the rights activist, said the move pushed some liberals to join the Islamist-led protests.

    "It's more important for me to fight a repressive government that refused to admit that the majority of the people have voted for Islamists," she said.

    Fay al-Qassar, a 25-year-old political science graduate who favors liberal causes, said she was angered by the crackdowns on last week's protest marchers. "I realized we have to be more proactive if we want things to get better," she said.

    Mohammed al-Dallal, a member of Kuwait's branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, claimed the Islamistsdo not seek to bring strict Muslim codes to Kuwait. But the now-disbanded parliament pushed for laws that demanded "modest" dress for women and sought to make Islamic law the exclusive source for all future legislation.

    "Our battle against autocratic rule can take years, but we will go with it," he said.

    Some liberal political leaders, meanwhile, believe anyone who broke ranks to join the Islamists will live to regret the choice.

    "This is not a fight for liberty," said Bassam al-Asoussi, a member of Kuwait's liberal faction the Democratic Forum. "In any revolution, three things should be present: demands for equality, liberty and justice. The opposition today is against these very things."

    Eman al-Bedah, another columnist for the Aljarida newspaper, said: "I don't think that they will clamp down the freedoms of the people. I know so. I am certain."

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    • Hassan Auzmn: targeting Turkmen beginning to target the rest of the ingredients through intimidation and the use of armed force to keep them away from political competition

    Date: 10/27/2012 10:39:36 Saturday

    Baghdad (news) .. A member of the Turkmen Front MP / Iraqi Anlav / good Auzmn, The repeated targeting of ♦ Turkmen component is beginning to target the rest of the ingredients through intimidation and the use of armed force ♦ to keep one of the key components of the Iraqi people for political competition. ♦

    And added Auzmn (of the Agency news):What happened a few days ago by the armed attack on the house of the MP Arshad Salhi is located within an ongoing scheme to target Turkmen to create enmity and division with the other components of the people.

    And: that the problems that has plagued Iraq, disputed areas and the problem of Kirkuk and represent components bodies independent, in addition to the intention Hassania Turkmen live in peace and work with other parties on the stability of the country which angers and Vexes armed groups backed parties known met all to find ourselves in front of these problems.

    This suffers Turkmen in Kirkuk province of the continued targeting of their businesses and homes, and kidnappings and killings. / End / 4. N. P /

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    • Osama Jamil: Deportation of crises for the next parliamentary session will be solved .. Will soon be resolved

    Date: 10/27/2012 09:56:18 Saturday

    Erbil (news) .. Ills MP / Kurdistan Islamic Union / Osama Jamil, deport ♦ political crises of the parliamentary session next, ♦ will be resolved, because the sizes of the political blocs in the House of Representatives will change.

    Jameel said in a statement to the Agency (news): The ♦ crisis between the federal government and the Kurdistan Region ♦ will be retained until the end of the current parliamentary session,♦ and there will be no solution. ♦

    added: that the political crises other most ♦ will leave for the session to come,♦ and that carried over difficult of solution, because changes size ♦ parliamentary blocs in the next session of the House of Representatives, the mismatch will increase their seats and the other less.

    pointed MP for the Islamic Union, that ♦ the repercussions of the crisis does not affect the work of the House of Representatives dramatically ♦ , pointing out that the political blocs large want the council not to be strong.

    This political scene in differences between the blocs, especially between Baghdad and Erbil, which has become, leaders differences, at the same time ♦ President seeks to bridge the gap in views between the political blocs and ♦ national meeting which ♦♦♦ will hopefully take place next week.♦♦♦ / end / 24. n. p /

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    • Deputy National: There are elements and indicators to resolve political crises

    Date: 10/27/2012 10:05:55 Saturday

    Baghdad (news) .. The member bloc citizen MP / ♦ National Alliance / Furat al-Shara,♦ the existence of the elements and indicators political arena to resolve crises and disagreements between the political blocs.

    Shara said in a statement (of the Agency news) on ♦Saturday: if there sincerity of the political blocs and made ​​national interest common denominator solutions problems, left the country from the political crisis taking place. said: that there fundamentals and indicators to solve the crisis through dialogues Tagirha blocks by their delegations, including the delegation of the Kurdistan region, who visited Baghdad recently.

    continued MP for the National: the visits and dialogues exchanged between blocs Stzll lot of problems, including the problem between Baghdad and Erbil over oil and gas. This political scene in differences between the blocs, especially between Baghdad and Erbil, which has become, leaders differences, at the same time seeking the President to bring the views between the political blocs and ♦ holding national meeting, which will hopefully be agreed on contract ♦♦ soon.♦♦ / end / 7. n. p /

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    •Maliki concerned over suspected corruption in armament contracts with Russia, Czech, says Zamili

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    Baghdad ( -MP,♦ Hakim al-Zamili ♦, of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Commission revealed “The Premier, ♦Nouri al-Maliki♦, expressed his concerns over ♦suspected corruption in the armament contracts♦ concluded with Russia and Czech Republic.”♦

    He stated to All Iraq News Agency ( “♦We heard ♦ that Maliki, during one of the meetings of the Iraqi National Alliance, ♦expressed his concerns over suspected corruption♦ in the armament contracts concluded with Russia and Czech Republic.”

    “We also, as members of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Commission, expressed our ♦ concerns over this issue because some figures accompanied Maliki during his visit to these two countries are well known as businessmen,♦” he emphasized.

    “According to our personal information, these figures visited these two countries before Maliki’s visit, which arouse our doubts over corruption involved in the armament contracts,” he added.


    "expressed his concerns over suspected corruption "


    " arouse our
    doubts over corruption"...

    ((( YOU HAVE TO

    ♦ “We do not object the armament contracts that reinforce the Iraqi Army positively♦

    ♦ but we are against the suspected corruption in these contracts,♦” he concluded.


    Earlier, ♦ Sadr criticized “The armament contracts made by the Government with Russia and Czech Republic,” describing these contracts as ♦ “Wasting the Iraq money.”♦

    ♦♦ He called “The parliament to investigate these contracts.”

    Earlier, the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, announced that ♦ his visit to Russia comes to make contracts for buying weapons for the Iraqi Army and to consolidate the military cooperation between the two countries.
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    Last edited by RED LILY; 10-27-2012 at 09:22 AM.

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    Central Bank warns of the presence of fake banknotes of a five thousand dinars

    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 1 / OKRUDOLF 2012 10:01
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    Twilight News / An official source in the Iraqi Central Bank, on Saturday, the existence of "quantities" of counterfeit coins from a five thousand dinars, is currently circulating in the country, warning citizens of "becoming victims of dealers."

    The committee confirmed the economy and investment parliamentary confirmed that counterfeit currency circulating in Iraq is "at least" compared to the proportions in the countries of the world, pointing out that the central bank "failed" the action taken to reduce the foreign exchange rate against the Iraqi dinar

    The source, who asked not to be identified for " Twilight News "," The Central Bank noted in a recent presence quantities of counterfeit currency from a five thousand dinars to be dealt with in the banks and markets in the cities and provinces of the country, "warning citizens of" falling in trap fraudsters who are pumping money in the markets and government and private banks. "

    The several governorates, including Karbala, Najaf and Babil, Wasit, and Sulaymaniyah, and Baghdad has seen during the last months of last year and early this year set the amounts of counterfeit currency, also detained by local authorities in these provinces several gangs specialized rigging and promoting counterfeit currency and to circumvent the citizens.

    With some press reports revealed the existence of specialized presses forging currency in a number of areas of the capital Baghdad, falsify several currencies, including the Iraqi dinar and the U.S. dollar.

    Authorities have warned Iraq's financial banking offices owners from exploiting their offices in illegal operations such as the promotion of counterfeit currency, or involvement in money-laundering operations, which reports indicate local and international to it being widely in Iraq.

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    Good NIGHT! ~~~

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    Central Bank of Iraq warns of the presence of forged currencies

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