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  1. Hello all it has been a long time since I have been able to get on here. At as happened to me. Alot to do with money problems. I am so glad now I can come back and talk dinar. I found a new job and started a company will trying anyways LOL...... check out my website and Tell me what you guys think **********.com I have missed you guys so much and so very glad I am back. Go RVVVVV
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  3. London, Asharq Al-Awsat – Informed sources within the National Iraqi Alliance [NIA] have revealed that the Supreme Islamic Council of Iraq [iSCI] that is led by Ammar al-Hakim, and the Iraqiya bloc that is led by Iyad Allawi, have postponed the announcement of their alliance – which was expected to take place on Monday – due to the presence of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Iran. Al-Maliki chose to coordinate his visit to Iran with the scheduled announcement of the Allawi – al-Hakim alliance in order to place the two parties in an awkward position with Tehran. A source who spoke to Asharq Al-Awsat on the condition of anonymity revealed that "al-Maliki wanted to send a message to Iran that all Shiite blocs have agreed upon his nomination, and that the ISCI is the only [shiite] bloc that disagrees and wants to ally with the Iraqiya bloc. However the ISCI and the Iraqiya bloc have taken the prompt decision to postpone the announcement of their alliance for they do not want to enter a confrontation with Iran or with any other party that wishes to weaken their alliance." The source also confirmed that the Sadrist trend, that previously accepted al-Maliki's nomination as the National Alliance prime ministerial candidate – which is the alliance between al-Hakim's NIA and al-Maliki's State of Law coalition [sLC] – is today "not committed to al-Maliki's nomination, and that the deadline given by the Sadrist trend to al-Maliki will end at the end of the current month." The source added that "this is a definite deadline after which the Sadrist trend will be free of its support for al-Maliki." The source also revealed to Asharq Al-Awsat that "the Sadrist trend has made a preliminary decision to join a new alliance that includes all political parties and forces [in Iraq] including the Kurdistan alliance." The source also clarified that the Sadrist trend only announced support for al-Maliki following external pressure, in a veiled reference to Iran. The Sadrist trend had announced its support for al-Maliki's nomination as the National Alliance's prime ministerial candidate earlier this month, whilst the ISCI and the affiliated Islamic Virtue party announced their rejection of al-Maliki's nomination by boycotting National Alliance meetings. As for whether Iraqi vice president and NIA prime ministerial candidate Adel Abdel-Mahdi will be the new candidate for a new alliance, a source told Asharq Al-Awsat that "in its postponed announcement the Iraqiya bloc was going to announce its support for Adel Abdel-Mahdi's nomination, and this will be announced at a later date." Moqtada al-Sadr, leader of the Sadrist trend, has called for a new Iraqi government to be formed as quickly as possible, stressing that this government should include all Iraqi parties. An official source within the Sadrist trend revealed that "the Sadrist trend will not participate in a government that does not include all political blocs." A source close to Moqtada al-Sadr told Asharq Al-Awsat via telephone from Baghdad yesterday that in a meeting in Qom on Monday, al-Sadr informed al-Maliki that "he will not support a government that does not include the Iraqiya bloc, and that he considers the participation of the Iraqiya bloc, the ISCI, and the Kurds essential in the formation of any government, otherwise he will withdraw his party's support for al-Maliki." Meanwhile Nasser al-Rubaie, a senior member of the Sadrist trend and a member of the party's negotiation commission told Asharq Al-Awsat yesterday that "our relationship with the Iraqiya bloc is very good, dialogue is ongoing and our meetings with them have not ceased." He also stressed that "the Sadrist trend wants a government that represents all parties and blocs that won [seats] at the elections without marginalizing any bloc." A source close to al-Sadr told Asharq Al-Awsat that "the meeting between Sayyid Moqtada al-Sadr and al-Maliki was short and the two parties did not discuss any details, and was not characterized by the light atmosphere that prevailed during the al-Sadr – Allawi meeting which took place in Damascus." The source added that "al-Sadr and his party will not forget Allawi and the Iraqiya bloc's defense of the Sadrist trend and its imprisoned Sadrist members, and they will not forget the Iraqiya bloc leader's praise of the Sadrist trend's patriotism." A source in the Iraqiya bloc has also confirmed that Allawi "has telephoned al-Sadr over the past three days, and that telephone calls between the two leaders are ongoing in order to coordinate the formation of the government." http://www.aawsat.com/english/news.asp?section=1&id=22737
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  6. Maliki nominated for 2nd term as Iraq Premier Saturday, October 02, 2010 12:07 GMT Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki vowed to make a comprehensive assessment of the past government. Services and security should be the priority of the next government, Al Maliki said. In a speech hours after the National Alliance nominated him for premiership, Al Maliki urged political parties to overcome rows and accelerate the formation of the government in what serves Iraqis’ aspirations and promotes democracy in the country. Al Maliki stressed the necessity to learn from the mistakes committed during the term of the past government. He pledged to revive national reconciliation and execute a full development plan. http://www.alsumaria.tv/en/Iraq-News/1-54611-Maliki-nominated-for-2nd-term-as-Iraq-Premier.html
  7. Iraq held a meeting "important" headed by Allawi today 10/02/2010 - 10:16 BAGHDAD / Aswat al -Iraq: the official said speaking on behalf of the coalition, Maysoon al- Iraqi , said that her coalition will be held this afternoon , Saturday, meeting an "important" headed by Iyad Allawi, to discuss the outcome of his talks with the political blocs , as well as next steps for the formation of the government . She Damluji told (Voices of Iraq) that the Iraqi coalition "will be held an important meeting this afternoon at the National Accord Movement in Baghdad headed by the leader of the coalition , Dr Iyad Allawi , "indicating that a press conference held after the meeting to review "the results of talks with the Iraqi other blocks and the announcement of our next steps towards End the crisis in the formation of the government. " And the results of the meeting held on Friday between the coalition and Iraqi Supreme Council and the Virtue Party , said Damluji that the meeting was " positive has been through agreement on a number of shared visions and so as to achieve the national project and the establishment of partnership government and in accordance with the benefits of constitutional " . And on the validity of what some of the media for members of the state law stating that the deputies of the coalition in Iraq have expressed their desire to participate in a government headed by Maliki , indicated Damluji that these allegations " false and little more than wishful thinking elusive hoped, those who uttered it, " pointing out that the position of Iraqi government headed by al-Maliki is "clear and explicit and irrevocable and will not give up our national project in anticipation of gains and positions of the progress . " The National Alliance, which holds 159 seats of the parliament seats in the 325 , it was announced yesterday afternoon (Friday ) on the choice of Nouri al- Maliki's candidate for prime minister , ending a long controversy which lasted about five months on the composition, seven months after the legislative elections on the seventh of last March , On mechanisms to choose a prime minister , in light of the conflict between the poles , which includes a coalition of law (89 seats) and the Iraqi National (70) . For P (x) b P h http://ar.aswataliraq.info/?p=247957
  8. Thursday, September 30, 2010 11:45 GMT The National Alliance is due to meet on Thursday night after adjourning Tuesday’s meeting. The National Alliance was put off till Thursday since Al Sadr Front and the Islamic Supreme Council did not attend, a political source said. Al Sadr Front is engaged in a visit to Najaf Province while the Islamic Council has been boycotting the meetings since Tuesday, a source from Al Sadr Front said. If the Islamic Council abstains from attending, the mechanism of voting to premiership candidate would be ineffective for lack of two competitors, the source added. http://www.alsumaria.tv/en/Iraq-News/1-55132-National-Alliance-due-to-meet-today.html
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