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  1. Makes sense to make the IQD internationally recognized. Just hit the RED Easy button and do it!
  2. I want it to shower no thunderstorms for me!! The word shower is from a Hebrew word that means, 'to pour down violently." It is also defined as "a falling of things from the air in large quantities and in thick succession." I'll take a Dinar shower please!! Thanks Adam for the update!!
  3. Yes, I believe it says Tates, not States!! OMG!!! Hopefully this will get them to put a value to the Dinar and get the ball rolling. RV, please!!
  4. Everything possible would be to RV or RI, now, giving the people back their lives in security and dignity. IMO! So get it done!!
  5. Iraqi PM congratulates troops on ‘big victory’ in Mosul By SUSANNAH GEORGE MOSUL, Iraq (AP) — Iraq’s prime minister on Tuesday congratulated his fighters on “the big victory in Mosul” — even as fighting with Islamic State militants continued in Mosul’s Old City neighborhood where Iraqi forces are about 250 meters from the Tigris River and facing increasingly fierce resistance. Haider al-Abadi spoke during a press conference in Baghdad, less than a week after he declared an end to IS’ self-styled caliphate after Iraqi forces achieved an incremental win by retaking the landmark al-Nuri Mosque in the Old City. Iraqi forces were seen amongst the battered remains of Mosul’s main hospital on Tuesday, after re-taking the complex from Islamic State group militants the day before. (July 4) “Praise be to God, we managed to liberate (Mosul) and proved the others were wrong, the people of Mosul supported and stood with our security forces against terrorism,” al-Abadi said. His remarks came on the third anniversary of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s sermon at the al-Nuri Mosque, from where he declared an Islamic caliphate on IS-held lands in Syria and Iraq. Also during the press conference, al-Abadi added that he has given instructions to rebuild and stabilize areas of the city already freed from the militant group. Inside Mosul’s Old City, civilians fleeing Iraqi advance are increasingly desperate. The elderly and weak are carried across mounds of rubble in blankets. Soldiers — increasingly fearful of the Old City’s inhabitants after a string of suicide bombings — hurry the groups along. A middle-aged woman with a gaunt, pale face fainted as she fled past the destroyed al-Nuri Mosque. Two soldiers carried her to the roadside and tried to revive her with cold water. Largely cut off from food and water for months, humanitarian groups are reporting a spike in the number of displaced people suffering from malnutrition and dehydration. “None of the previous battles were like this,” said Iraqi Maj. Faris Aboud, working at a small field hospital just outside the Old City. “In a single day we received 300 wounded,” Aboud, a father of three continued. “For me, seeing the wounded children is the hardest, we see children who have lost their entire families under the rubble, they have no one now.” Lt. Gen. Abdel Ghani al-Asadi, of Iraq’s special forces, said earlier in the day that Iraqi forces are just 250 meters (yards) from the Tigris River, in the western half of Mosul. The Tigris divides the city roughly into its western and eastern half, which was liberated from IS militants back in January. IS militants who remain trapped in just a few hundred meters of territory in the Old City are now in a “fight to the death,” al-Asadi said, adding that IS fighters are increasingly resorting to suicide bombings and that he expects the fighting to get even heavier as they are pushed closer to the river. Iraqi forces marked a significant victory this week when the Rapid Response Division retook Mosul’s main hospital complex on the city’s western side. The building that once held the city’s best medical facilities now sits devastated by the fight. For weeks, a handful of IS snipers perched in the main hospital’s top floors held back hundreds of Iraqi forces. Iraqi forces launched the operation to retake Mosul, the country’s second largest city, in October. IS overran Mosul in a matter of days in 2014. At the height of the extremists’ power, they held nearly a third of Iraq. A man who asked to only be referred to as Abu Abid, for fear for his family’s safety, was waiting to get a spot on a truck after fleeing the Old City. “That place, it was absolute death,” he said. “We will never be the same. Once the fear has been planted in your heart, you can’t get rid of it.” ___ Associated Press writer Ahmed Sami in Baghdad contributed to this report.'big-victory'-in-Mosul
  6. On the positive side of this this long drawn out process, praying that this will be the last legislative term where they get it done!!!
  7. Dear God in Heaven, unscramble these people brains so they can get the HCL done, now!!!
  8. Thanks Adam. I guess that proves I'm still on the list!!!
  9. It's OK DM and a Good Morning to YOU. SUN shining in mid-America , Remember GOD's still in charge. Have a blessed day
  10. Wouldn't it be great if the Americans who complain about our government all the time could learn something from the people in Iraq about how to come together and make change. An just to make myself clear yes I made Woodstock on a motorcycle, the Million Man March on Washington on a motorcycle. This post is to get you/us to thinking about what we are teaching the world....... Let's quit complaining, pray, unify, and move ahead so your grandchildren and my great grandchildren have an America to grow up in. God Bless an have a good day ,
  11. ​Thanks for the correction Dive...busy being retired to stay up with all the world events.. Back to being busy God bless and have a great day
  12. This is all good and defines the way the working individual feels. Yes there must be a change, Yes we need new leaders who speak, act, do and promote truth and justice. We sit and watch and read about Iraq tearing down the corrupt and still we sit on our hands and allow the powers in charge continue their own ways. We have learned nothing. When do we as an American people actually expect a change when we keep doing the same things. Complaining and doing nothing. Even if your/my choice for the next President is chosen by the public and the states have decided in their primaries there is one mountain that the average working Joe can't climb. THAT'S THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE, yes we vote, makes us feel like part, feel good , we decided, EXCEPT we don't win, the ELITE CONTROL THE THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE. Until this is done away with we, you/me the work force don't matter. IMHO the real chance for us to win is keep our firearms, stand firm with the Creator, and know if He is with us who can be against us
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