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Two Ebola cases confirmed in Mosul

December 31, 2014 by Abdelhak Mamoun 2 Comments


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(IraqiNews.com) On Wednesday, an official newspaper revealed, that two Ebola cases and 26 AIDS cases have been reported and registered in Mosul.

The Iraqi official newspaper ‘Al-Sabah’ said in its today’s issue, “Many diseases and epidemics have spread among residents of the city of Mosul,” and added, “Two Ebola and 26 HIV AIDS cases were registered.”

The newspaper quoted medical sources in the city,”These diseases moved to Nineveh by terrorists and expats from different countries, especially Africa.”

On November 23, 2014, the Parliamentary Committee of Health and Environment warned from the entry of the Ebola into Iraq by the Islamic State (IS), while confirming that the Commission had taken the necessary measures to prevent the entry and spread of this disease in the country.

On November 21, 2014, the United Nations Security Council expressed its grave concern about the Ebola outbreak on an unprecedented scale in Africa, which poses a threat to the international peace and security, at a time when the World Health Organization announced the rise of Ebola victims to more than 6000.

http://www.iraqinews.com/features/urgent-two-ebola-cases-confirmed-mosul/

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ISIS brings Ebola to Middle East: 2 cases confirmed in Mosul
 
31 December
14:552014
 

NEWS DESK (DİHA) - On Wednesday, an official newspaper revealed, that two Ebola cases and 26 AIDS cases have been reported and registered in Mosul.

The Iraqi official newspaper ‘Al-Sabah’ said in its today’s issue, “Many diseases and epidemics have spread among residents of the city of Mosul,” and added, “Two Ebola and 26 HIV AIDS cases were registered.” The newspaper quoted medical sources in the city,”These diseases moved to Nineveh by terrorists and expats from different countries, especially Africa.”

On November 23, 2014, the Parliamentary Committee of Health and Environment warned from the entry of the Ebola into Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS), while confirming that the Commission had taken the necessary measures to prevent the entry and spread of this disease in the country.

On November 21, 2014, the United Nations Security Council expressed its grave concern about the Ebola outbreak on an unprecedented scale in Africa, which poses a threat to the international peace and security, at a time when the World Health Organization announced the rise of Ebola victims to more than 6000.

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http://www.diclehaber.com/en/news/content/view/437752?from=314584322

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Place your bets, people.

 

Which Guru will be the first to

proclaim that Ebola prevented the

RV from happening on New Years Day?

 

Hey.

 

That couldn't be any worse than some

of the other reasons they've claimed

over the years...

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That couldn't be any worse than some

of the other reasons they've claimed

over the years...

Okie's excuse from a few years back that stated an unconnected antenna on the CBI building, is still my favourite.

Good times.

Anyway, Happy New Year to all at DV.

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CNN. Broadcasting While Hoping That These Idiots Haven't Brought An Epidemic To Iraq !

 

 

 

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ISIS fighters 'have contracted Ebola': World Health Organisation investigating reports militants showed up at Iraqi hospital with lethal disease

- Militants allegedly attended hospital in Mosul showing signs of disease
- WHO spokesman said they are trying to 'reach out' to officials in ISIS areas
- Disease reportedly brought to Mosul by 'terrorists from several countries'
- Extremist group said to have executed 11 Mosul doctors in past few weeks

Published: 04:24 EST, 2 January 2015 | Updated: 16:32 EST, 2 January 2015

The World Health Organisation is investigating reports that ISIS militants have been showing up at an Iraqi hospital with Ebola.

According to three media outlets an undisclosed number of militants displaying signs of the disease attended a hospital in the ISIS-held city of Mosul, 250 miles north of Baghdad.

While the reports, from Kurdish and pro-Iraqi sources, remain unconfirmed, WHO spokesman Christy Feig said the group are trying to reach out to officials in ISIS-held areas to offer help.

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UN workers are currently banned from entering ISIS-controlled areas in both Iraq and Syria so it is unlikely an operation in the region could be carried out

Mosul has been under control of ISIS since June 2014 and over the past few weeks militants have reportedly executed more than a dozen doctors for refusing to treat injured fighters. 

The symptoms of ebola are similar to those of other diseases including malaria and yellow fever 

Mosul has been under control of ISIS since June 2014 and over the past few weeks militants have reportedly executed more than a dozen doctors for refusing to treat injured fighters. 

According to a report in Iraq's pro-government newspaper, al Sabaah, the disease was brought to Mosul by 'terrorists' arriving 'from several countries' and Africa.

The symptoms of Ebola, which include nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, bleeding and bruising, are similar to those of other diseases including malaria and yellow fever meaning it could easily have have been misdiagnosed.

In addition, very few ISIS fighters are believed to have travelled up from West Africa where the Ebola outbreak originated with most coming from areas where there have been no reports of the disease.

The reports have appeared in pro-government and Kurdish media but if true it could have catastrophic implications for people in ISIS-held areas as the group is against western science and medicine.

It is not known if any of the surviving doctors in Mosul are equipped to test for Ebola or trained to treat patients and prevent the spread of the disease.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2894154/ISIS-fighters-contracted-Ebola-World-Health-Organisation-investigating-reports-Islamist-militants-disease-showed-Iraqi-hospital.html

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Let them die a slow and miserable death before and then may their 1000 virgins be men.

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Isis mingles in the general population

Or could they be mixing up their own germ warfare and a couple numbskulls got it while mixing or growing the virus

If they think they can win anything by spreading a virus that will kill themselves along with everyone else , that's the mentality we will need to deal with

No deals

Carpet bomb them and burn off the carcuses

The disease will not be easy to get rid of

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This could be very serious if true. There is no system in place out there to control it so it has the potential to spread fast.

 

It could affect the whole region which would put the western world at risk.

 

I say this not to cause panic. But again I say If True.

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Isis mingles in the general population

Or could they be mixing up their own germ warfare and a couple numbskulls got it while mixing or growing the virus

If they think they can win anything by spreading a virus that will kill themselves along with everyone else , that's the mentality we will need to deal with

No deals

Carpet bomb them and burn off the carcuses

The disease will not be easy to get rid of

I have to say it and everyone can bash if they wish. But I'm okay with turning all that sand to glass before they get the technology to make us glow.. Even if it meant all dreams of R/V are gone with it. We are fools to think they won't do us if given the opportunity. Edited by idplzr
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Ebola and AIDS is spreading among Daash

 

04/01/2015 09:38:00

 

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Ebola and AIDS is spreading among Daash

 

Medical sources from Iraq revealed the discovery of three injuries disease Ebola deadly between the elements belonging to the organization, "Daash" terrorist, in addition to the number of cases of HIV infection "AIDS", the city of Mosul in Iraq is lost. 
and uncovered medical sources of Mosul for the spread of many diseases and epidemics in the city, where he quoted an Iraqi news agencies, an Iraqi doctor, the health departments recorded three hits Ebola between elements Daash in hospitals in Mosul, in the Iraqi newspaper "Al-Sabah" confirmed Wednesday 31 December, recording two cases of illness "Ebola." 
The doctor said Akram Mahmoud Peace Hospital, Republican Mosul record three infected with Ebola and wounded were members of the "Daash." 
In addition to this uncovered medical sources infected with HIV, "AIDS" indicating that these diseases moved to Nineveh by terrorists and arrivals from several countries, especially countries African.PUKmedia Agencies

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Health: Daash burning elements infected with "Ebola" There are a disaster and epidemic in Mosul  

  • Agency eighth day
  • January 4, 2015, 16:06
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MOSUL - ((eighth day)) Confirmed to the parliamentary health committee member Faisal Ghazi al Daash the burning of five elements some evidence of illness Ebola warning of disaster will hit the people of Mosul, in the case of the spread of the disease.     Ghazi said in a statement ((eighth day)) that "after the confirmation of the injury elements Daash disease, Ebola has elements Daash burned five of them."     He added that "if the spread of the disease among the elements of the disease will move to the citizens and epidemiological disaster and will be resolved in Mosul."   He called Ghazi WHO intervention in reducing the spread of the disease in Iraq.     T (ST)

http://8th-day.com/?p=90100

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Roudao - Arbil

denied the World Health Organization, there are cases of the disease Ebola in Iraq, describing what some of the media, about the emergence of cases of Ebola virus killer in Mosul, as "rumors." The World Health Organization said in a statement released Tuesday, and seen by Roudao Media Network: "All sources contacted denied the existence of any cases of epidemic of Ebola," noting that "the laboratory in Mosul do not have the means necessary to diagnose and confirm the presence of the Ebola virus." She described the World Health Organization in its statement, what some of the media , about the emergence of cases of Ebola virus killer in Mosul, "the rumors," indicating that it had conducted with the Iraqi Ministry of Health thorough investigation about that. The Iraqi Ministry of Health has also denied, earlier this month, the registration of any cases or suspected Ebola in Iraq . The head of the United Nations team on anti-epidemic Ebola Anthony Banbury had announced earlier that the epidemic will end in 2015, adding: "The number of cases Baapola fall even stop completely by the end of this year," he said, adding: "We are in a huge battle." reported Last toll published by the World Health Organization last Monday, that "the number of those who died of hemorrhagic fever caused by the Ebola virus in the most affected West African countries, rose to 7842 out of 20 thousand and 81 people infected with the virus." spread the recent wave of the epidemic, and the most serious since the virus was detected in 1976 , from Guinea at the end of December 2013. 

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