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Haider al-Abadi Is on the 2018 TIME 100 List

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HAIDER AL-ABADI

by Karl Vick
 
Emanuele Satolli for TIME

ISIS announced itself as a dread military force on June 10, 2014, the day it overran Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, as thousands of Iraqi soldiers fled for their lives. Three years later, the back of the terrorist group was broken by reconstituted Iraqi security forces that retook the city in a battle that lasted nine brutal months. U.S. air support was essential, but the grinding, house-to-house effort was carried out by Iraqi fighters who were commanded, ultimately, by Haider al-Abadi, the Prime Minister who came to power after ISIS controlled a great swath of the country. Al-Abadi selected the generals who took it back and made daily visits to the Baghdad joint command post as the battle for Mosul raged. The nation over which he presides remains as fractious as the forces that were marshaled to take back Mosul: from the elite Counter Terrorism Service, which bore the brunt of the battle, to the militias that identify by sect. Al-Abadi’s challenge is to make the searing war on ISIS a crucible for a renewed sense of nationhood and not another round of sectarian bloodletting. If he does, the victor will be Iraq.

Vick is a TIME editor at large

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"Time" choose Abadi among the list of the top 100 influential people in 2018

 

 Since 2018-04-20 at 08:35 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad - Mawazine News

Time magazine has named Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as one of the top 100 influential figures in 2018.

The Prime Minister's Office said in a statement received by Mawazine News that "Time magazine chose Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as the best influential figure in the world in the 2018 classification," noting that "Time wrote a report on Abadi and face great difficulties when he received the presidency The ministers in September 2014 was the occupation of the preachers of three provinces and large areas of Iraq. "

"On June 10, 2014, the announcement of an organization calling for control of the city of Mosul, the second largest city of Iraq, was announced at this time when thousands of soldiers fled the Iraqi army to survive, and three years after the government took over, The hands of the Iraqi forces, which reorganized its structure by Abadi in order to liberate the city in the worst battles that took place within nine months. "

"Abadi, who personally chose the military generals to lead the battle, supervised himself and during his daily visit to the Joint Operations Command Room on the battles being waged in the field of war in the city of Mosul," the report said, adding that "Abadi, the leader who heads a nation and army, Mosul was aimed at liberating it for the purpose of bringing it back into the folds of the country.

"Abadi has faced the challenge of awakening the national feeling and belonging to the homeland through war on the preacher and remove the risk of sectarian bloodshed again in the country, and if he could achieve this, the victor will be Iraq."

It is noteworthy that the famous Time magazine, had described, on Friday (9 March 2018), Prime Minister Haider Abadi, the real leader who saved Iraq from the edge of the abyss, and put his picture on the cover President.

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Abadi is one of the most influential figures in the world according to the classification of Time

20/04/2018

 

 

 

(Independent) .. Time Magazine chose Prime Minister Haidar Abadi among the best figures in the world in the classification of 2018.

Time published a report on Abadi and faced with great difficulties when he became prime minister in September 2014 was the occupation of three provinces and large areas of Iraq.

"On June 10, 2014, the date of the announcement of an organization calling for control of the city of Mosul, the second largest city of Iraq, at this time when thousands of soldiers fled the Iraqi army to survive their lives, and after 3 years of his government defeat the organization by the Iraqi forces that returned The organization of its structure by Abadi in order to liberate the city in the worst battles that took place within 9 months.

Al-Abbadi, who himself chose the military generals to lead the battle, supervised himself and during his daily visit to the Joint Operations Command Room on the battles being conducted in the field of war in the city of Mosul, noting that Abbadi, the leader who heads a nation and army are suffering from division, To return to the embrace of the homeland and was headed by combat forces anti-terrorism and other military units.

Abadi faced the challenge of awakening the national feeling and belonging to the homeland through war on the duel and remove the risk of sectarian bloodshed again in the country, and if he could achieve this, the victor will be Iraq.

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Awaken the national feeling and remove the danger of sectarian bloodshed

Abadi chose among the 100 most influential figures in the world

Dr. Osama Mahdi

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    Abadi is a picture published by Time Magazine as one of the world's 100 most influential personalities
 
 

LONDON - Time magazine has chosen Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as one of the most influential figures in the world in 2018, saying he faced a challenge of awakening patriotism, belonging to the country and further risking sectarian bloodshed in the country. He could achieve that, the victor would be Iraq.

"On June 10, 2014, the announcement of an organization calling for control of the city of Mosul, the second largest city of Iraq, was announced at this time when it fled," the Times said in a report on Abadi and facing great difficulties when he became prime minister in September 2014. Thousands of soldiers from the Iraqi army to survive, and three years after the government took control of the organization by the Iraqi forces, which reorganized its structure by Abadi in order to liberate the city in the fiercest battles that took place over the past 9 months.

Al-Abadi, who himself chose the military generals to lead the battle, supervised himself and during his day-to-day visit to the Joint Operations Command Room on the battlefield battles in Mosul.

Pointing out that Abadi, the leader who heads a nation and army suffering from division, is moving towards Mosul to liberate it in order to return it to the homeland, starting with the combat forces of the anti-terrorism apparatus and sectarian militias.

The newspaper pointed out that Abadi has faced the challenge of awakening the national feeling and belonging to the homeland through the war on a duel and not a new round of sectarian bloodshed again in the country .. noting that if he could achieve this, the victor will be Iraq.

From exile to power

It is noteworthy that Haidar Jawad Abadi was born in Baghdad in 1952 and assumed the presidency of the Iraqi government in 2014, a leader of the Islamic Dawa Party .. He was enrolled in his study in Baghdad and received a bachelor's degree from the University of Technology in Baghdad in 1975.

Karasa explained his jihadist career with the Dawa party as part of his party campaign. He said he belonged to the Dawa Party in 1967, then fifteen years old. He was elected party official in Britain in 1977 and became a member of the party's executive leadership in 1979.

During his career in Iraq since the fall of the former regime and his return to Baghdad from London in 2003, Abadi took over the portfolio of the Ministry of Communications in the transitional government headed by Iyad Allawi in 2004 and then a deputy in parliament in 2005. He chaired the Committee on Economy and Investment parliamentary in parliament in 200 and the Finance Committee in Parliament in 2010 and faced numerous political conflicts over the country's fiscal budget for 2013.

Abadi was named one of the most prominent candidates of the Dawa party for prime minister in 2006 during the process of replacing Ibrahim al-Jaafari and then put his name again amid negotiations for the formation of the government in 2010 and in 2014 after the general elections in the country at the time was commissioned by the Shiite alliance and Iraqi President Fuad Masum to form a government to be A new prime minister to succeed Nuri al-Maliki, who filed a protest to the Federal Court that he is entitled to take over the post.

Then after several days Maliki gave up in favor of Haider Abadi and withdrew the case submitted to the Federal Court, which included the accusation of the President infallible violation of the Constitution when he commissioned Haider Abadi to assume the presidency of the Iraqi government.

On September 8, 2014, two days before the end of the constitutional deadline, the Iraqi parliament gave confidence to the government of Abbadi .. On August 9, 2015 announced Haider Abadi a set of resolutions and reforms, most notably the abolition of the posts of Vice-President Iyad Allawi and Osama Nujaifi and Nuri al-Maliki and Vice-Prime Minister Saleh Mutlaq and Baha Araji and Rose Nuri Shaways in response to popular protests demanding reforms.

After demonstrations and protests lasting about a year, Abadi decided in April 2016 to form a government of technocrats and new competencies and chose independent personalities but retained the post of Foreign Ministry to Ibrahim al-Jaafari. 
Abadi is currently leading a campaign to tackle rampant corruption in the country, where he said this week that he will not be merciful to the corrupt and did not have mercy on the past and spent in Iraq.

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1 minute ago, Man_Kind said:

Just think if Albadi RVs their currency he could make the top five most influential.

 

 

Good Morning yota

 

I'd vote him #1......:rolleyes:

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Al-Abbadi: Iraq is leading the global fight against terrorism

   
 

 
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21/4/2018 12:00 am 

His selection is among the best influential figures 
Baghdad / Sabah

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said that Iraq's victories over terrorism have been achieved thanks to the sacrifices of our heroes on the battlefields and the advisory opinion of the reference authority. He reiterated his determination to achieve another victory in reconstruction, construction, services, investment, job creation and economic welfare. Is «corruption» pointed out that «the corrupt after they were terrifying people have become terrified».

This comes at a time when Time magazine chose Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi as the world's most influential figure in the 2018 classification. 
Abbadi's assertions of a new urban and economic victory came during his visit to Maysan yesterday, and met with a number of tribal elders and dignitaries, , As well as his visit to the project «Past». 
"Iraq is leading the anti-terrorism campaign in the world and it has achieved a miracle by all means by winning a call for a period of time that was not expected by all," Abadi said in a statement issued after attending a clan gathering in Maysan on Friday. . 
The prime minister added that «Iraq was in danger of my presence and was able to address and win and this victory was not without cost», explaining that «victory achieved thanks to the sacrifices of our heroes and the fatwa of Sayyid Ali al-Sistani».
"We want to complete the path of victory," he said. "The calls for the partition of the country have emerged, but Iraq is stronger and more united than before." The second victory will be achieved by reconstruction, construction, services, investment, job creation and economic welfare.

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