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  1. KDuesing

    CBI News 09/13/2018

    I did'nt even know they were under sanctions.
  2. Time for company's in America that rely on Chinese and India imports of ANY and EVERY product to start the process of making those products either in the USA or a country that has stopped dealing with Iran. We are not playing any more.
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    Announcement of the largest bloc

    This should be considered an act of war if its true.
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    Announcement of the largest bloc

    Dource reveals Iranian threats to liquidate members of the alliance of Sadr - Abbadi Twilight News 5 hours ago The leader of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, Qassim Soleimani, has threatened to kill a number of Sunni political leaders if they decide to join an alliance led by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, political sources said on Saturday. Sky News quoted the sources as saying that Soleimani "sent letters of direct threat of death and liquidation to a number of leaders of the Sunni political blocs in the event that decided to join the alliance Suron-Nasr." And joined the lists of "Suron" backed by Sadr, and "victory" led by Abadi, and "wisdom" led by Ammar al-Hakim, and "national" led by Iyad Allawi, in order to form the largest bloc in parliament, in an effort to form the next government. Soleimani aims to push Sunni forces into alliance with Hadi al-Amer's "Fatah" list and "state of law" led by former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki, both of which are backed by Iran. In May, Iraqis voted in parliamentary elections, while uncertainty about the composition of the new government was strained amid rising public discontent over poor service conditions and rising unemployment. The Federal Supreme Court approved the results of the elections on August 19, and issued by Iraqi President Fuad Masum, last Monday, a decree to invite the House of Representatives to convene at its fourth session on September 3. In their first session, deputies are to elect a speaker and two deputies. They will then elect a new president and assign the leader of the largest bloc to form a government. The recount of the vote was delayed by three months, but did not result in much difference from the preliminary results, as Sadr's list maintained its progress. Keyword
  5. Yep looks like that middle east peace plan is working out well.
  6. These people just won't stop until it's too late, they are counting on Russia to intervene if we declare war with Iran they will hit the nuke button as soon as this goes down firing off those icbm missiles that there not supposed to have ready yet.
  7. I love the article, but it doesn't seem like a translated article which takes away some of my excitement.
  8. Yep just a few more chemical weapon attacks and peace will return just like we promised.
  9. Iran has skirted so much retaliation by hiding there armys beneath plain clothing hiding under the name melitia. Its time for an ultimatum get out of Iraq or face full blown war inside Iranian territory.
  10. I hope Iraq tells them to stick it where the sun don't shine!
  11. KDuesing

    Announcement of the largest bloc

    THe state of law isn't even involved in the largest block they were cast aside.
  12. That smile looks to me like he has planted bombs somewhere.
  13. Well there you go Iraq that should about cover everything you need, get to work.😊😊😊😊

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