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dinarbeleiver last won the day on July 26 2015

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  1. Anyone selling toilet paper and attempting to make a profit off this virus is scum in my book
  2. It’s not over the RV that is. This was always going to happen as Iran is completely infiltrated in Iraq. There will be a war and it’s likely to include over Iraqi airspace and land. The RV will happen just not this year or the next. Once the situation is sorted out and the companies and contractors return That’s when we should start seeing moves towards the rv. In the mean time I think trump is going to sort out the crap in both Iraq and Iran. Don’t give up this is just going to take longer
  3. Companies are pulling out, its now no longer safe for USA or western personnel to be in Iraq (not that it ever was). When trump said “ we should have taken the oil” I think he was right
  4. No where near - we are looking at at least two years. Next year if they complete the census then it’s game on for 2021 in my opinion
  5. Kaperoni - “no such things as RV “ Dinarbeliever- “why are you selling mugs and an RV alert service over at da “
  6. Is this the big news Trump is talking about in his latest tweet. I also read it might be him announcing charges against Obama- from some Qanon post
  7. I reckon two to three years for them and the Middle East to get its act together. I so hope I’m wrong and it happens today or something! I have never watched paint dry so slowly. What an endurance test this has been and still is since 2005 and still waiting
  8. The reinstatement happened two years ago according to crook Frankie. I cant believe he is able to continues breaking the law selling dinar wholesale whilst speculating on it.
  9. So what your saying that we wont be dependent on oil is complete rubbish tosh
  10. Oil is needed for more than just fueling cars. Oil is needed for most things that enable you to live ytouyr life. The world economy as it stands today exists because of OIL
  11. I think things are about to kick off big time with Iran. This is not going to make me popular but I have spoken to someone who claims to have family high up in Kurdistan. He reckons we are looking at 3 -4 years to see the RV. Im in agreement with him as the situation esp with Iran is very volatile
  12. I will place all my Dinar on this bet cause I’m 100% certain if Iraq kisses and licks Iran’s bottom and causes POTUS to pull the troops out of Iraq then Iraq is £&@“£&£
  13. If America leaves - I’m placing a bet that isis or another jihadi bs group takes the country over
  14. Iran will be opening new chapter with Iraq: Zarif Sun Mar 10, 2019 07:48AM [Updated: Sun Mar 10, 2019 08:27AM ] Home Iran Politics A handout picture provided by the Iranian Presidency on February 27, 2019 shows Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (L) speaking with President Hassan Rouhani (R) in Tehran, Iran. (Via AFP) Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says an upcoming visit by President Hassan Rouhani to Iraq — the president’s first — will be the beginning of a new chapter in Tehran-Baghdad relations. Zarif referred to the measures of cooperation that are scheduled to be bilaterally approved during the Iranian president’s visit to Iraq and called them “historic.” New cooperation, he said, will be in the areas of transit, oil, joint industrial work, and the dredging of Arvand River (Shatt al-Arab). The Iranian president will be starting his three-day visit to Iraq on Monday. PressTV-Iran's President Rouhani due in Iraq on March 11 Iran's President Hassan Rouhani is set to pay an official visit to Iraq later this month to boost bilateral ties between the two neighbors amid US sanctions. Zarif, who arrived in Iraq on Saturday evening, said Iran and Iraq shared not just a border but historical commonalities as well as interests. “We plan to use those commonalities to advance the joint interests of both countries as well as those of the region,” he said. Iran’s message to region from Iraq The Iranian foreign minister said Iran was seeking to send a message [to the region] during President Rouhani’s trip to Iraq. Saudi Arabia, which perceives Iran as its main adversary and which has severed its ties with Tehran, has been viewing Iraq as a battle zone where it needs to curb Iranian influence. Zarif also said Iran viewed Iraq as “an important pillar of regional security,” without whose cooperation, regional security would be impossible. “Thus, it is necessary for Iran and Iraq to cooperate, beside the other countries of the region, toward [bringing about] security for the region,” he said. He said no regional country had to be excluded from regional decision making. ‘US pressing Iraq to cut Iran ties’ “We don’t want Iraq to cut relations with any other country,” Zarif said. “Sadly, it is the Americans who are pressuring Iraq not to have neighborly ties with Iran.” The Iranian foreign minister also thanked Iraqi people and officials for their “principled stand” in support of Iran and against unilateral US sanctions against the Islamic Republic. PressTV-'Iraq reaffirms opposition to US sanctions against Iran' The Iraqi parliament speaker says Baghdad opposes the US sanctions against Iran. ‘Iran welcomes regional talks’ Asked about a proposal by Ammar Hakim — the head of Iraq’s National Wisdom Movement (Hikma) — for regional talks among Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, Zarif said Iran welcomed “all proposals for regional cooperation.” “We have a principle: regional cooperation should be inclusive and should be targeted against no one; all countries in our region should be involved in such cooperation,” the Iranian foreign minister said. He explained that by regional countries, he meant the Persian Gulf states, as well as countries further afield, such as Egypt and Jordan. He cited the cooperation of Iran, Russia, and Turkey regarding the Syrian peace process in the Kazakh capital of Astana as an example of good regional work. Whom the region concerns and whom it does not The Islamic Republic, he stressed however, has never held talks with outsiders about the future of the region and has always said that the fate of the region should be determined by the region itself. Turning to Saudi Arabia, Zarif said in the interview that while Iran had always been ready for dialog, Riyadh had shown no such willingness. The Iranian foreign minister recalled that he sent multiple messages to Saudi officials expressing readiness for bilateral and regional cooperation when he took office in 2013, to which they responded, “The region does not concern you!” “It is now evident whether the region concerns us or not!” Zarif said. Iran has helped effectively bring an end to the Syrian conflict by offering Damascus advisory military help and has been facilitating a diplomatic end for Syria through cooperation with Turkey and Russia. This is while Saudi Arabia was among the countries that funded anti-Damascus militant groups in an attempt to oust President Bashar al-Assad. ‘Talks with Trump would not be very useful’ Asked about the possibility of talks with US President Donald Trump, Zarif said dialog had to be founded on respect, which was lacking on Trump’s part. Last year, Trump unilaterally pulled the US out of a multilateral deal with Iran. As a party to that deal, Washington had been involved in negotiations that led to the agreement.
  15. Iraq rejects foreign forces deployment, military bases on its territory: Shia cleric Sat Mar 9, 2019 05:57PM [Updated: Sat Mar 9, 2019 06:02PM ] Home Middle East Iraq Iraqi Shia cleric and the leader of the National Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, delivers a speech during a ceremony marking the 16th death anniversary of Iraq's senior Shia Muslim cleric Ayatollah Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim in Baghdad, Iraq, on March 9, 2019. (Photo by al-Forat news agency) Iraqi Shia cleric and the leader of the National Wisdom Movement says his fellow countrymen and women reject both a permanent foreign military base on Iraq’s territory and the deployment of foreign combat forces to the Arab country. PressTV-Good relations with Iran in Iraq’s interest: Salih Iraq’s President Salih says it is in his country’s best interests to have good and stable relations with Iran. He added, “There is an attitude that wants Iraq to be entrenched and a prisoner of interests and narrow ideas.” “Let us work together to build a strong and capable state, an independent, stable and prosperous Iraq. Let us work together to develop the existing political system. Systems that do not respond to reforms are doomed to failure,” Hakim pointed out. During a meeting with Jeanine Hennis- Plasschaert, the special UN chief’s representative for Iraq and the head of the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), in Najaf on February 6, Iraq's top Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani fiercely criticized a statement by US President Donald Trump that American forces must remain in Iraq so Washington can keep a close eye on neighboring Iran. PressTV-‘Iraq no launching pad for aggression against others’ Grand Ayatollah Sistani says Iraq will not allow for the country to turn into a launch pad for any military aggression against any other country. Ayatollah Sistani said Iraq rejected serving as a launching pad to harm any other country. He noted that Iraq aspired to have good and balanced relations with all neighboring countries, without interference in their internal affairs. The remarks came a day after Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi strongly condemned Trump’s comments, stressing that his country would not accept being used for any acts of aggression against other states. PressTV-Iraqi PM: Our country won’t be used to attack others Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi says Iraq will not accept being used for any acts of aggression against other countries. Earlier, Iraqi President Barham Salih had hit back at the US president, saying, “The Iraqi constitution rejects the use of Iraq as a base for hitting or attacking a neighboring country.” He said Trump had not asked Iraq's permission for US troops stationed there to “watch Iran.” In an interview with CBS television network broadcast on February 3, Trump highlighted the importance of a military base in Iraq, saying it was crucial to the surveillance of Iran’s activities. PressTV-Iraq: Trump did not ask permission to watch Iran Iraqi leaders have hit back at Donald Trump after the US president said he plans to keep troops in the country to spy on Iran. President Barham Salih says the mission does not have Iraq's permission. “We spent a fortune on building this incredible base, we might as well keep it. And one of the reasons I want to keep it is because I want to be looking a little bit at Iran” he said in an apparent reference to Ayn al-Asad Airbase in western Iraq, which he visited during an unannounced trip to the country last December. When asked whether he planned to use US forces in Iraq to “strike” Iran, Trump responded, “No… all I want to do is be able to watch.”
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