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The Death Toll From Devaluation of Iraqi Dinar


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The death toll from the devaluation of the dinar is times greater than the dead in the Ibn al-Khatib hospital fire

 Wednesday May 12, 2021 
 
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The Ibn al-Khatib hospital fire killed in a hideous manner dozens of those who were sleeping in it and their companions, and that is why the reaction was high against the ruling class holding the reins of power, while there is no reaction to the deaths of the devaluation of the dinar, whose numbers are constantly increasing and are many times the dead in the Ibn al-Khatib hospital fire This is because they kill out of sight and from noise.
Diabetics needs, and on an ongoing basis, a medical examination to prescribe the appropriate treatment and needs to continuously measure the level of sugar in the blood to monitor the effect of medical treatment on the disease and needs to take the necessary medications for treatment. Of course, all this needs money to cover its prices, and the less money the sick person has, the more dangerous the disease will affect his life, which often leads to his death. And there are other diseases that are more dangerous to a person's life by losing the funds necessary to provide adequate nutrition and necessary medical treatment, such as cancer whose treatment requires huge money.


When the price of the dollar was equal to 1190 dinars, there was a segment of people suffering from poverty and its consequences, such as the difficulty in obtaining adequate food and the difficulty in obtaining the necessary medical services and medicines, which leads many of them to lose their lives, which they would not lose had they Sufficient funds. And after raising the price of the dollar to 1450 dinars, that segment became news, and another segment of people became suffering from poverty and its consequences, like the segment that preceded them, which became in the news. 
Death is the fate of all people, because God Almighty says: “Everything is lost, except for its face to be judged, and to Him you shall return” (Al-Qasas 88), but not because of the silence about the corrupt who steal the causes of the lives of people in His food and medicine. Let the villages be destroyed with wrongdoing, and their people reformed ”
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9 minutes ago, Wheelman said:

When the price of the dollar was equal to 1190 dinars, there was a segment of people suffering from poverty

And after raising the price of the dollar to 1450 dinars, another segment of people became suffering from poverty

Just More talk talk and talk and no action. they just said that when the rate was 1190 and 1450 and iraqi people still suffered from proverty , I think the iraqi government got confused and stressful and it seems they can't find the best way to make iraqi people 's lives prosperous. I think the only and best solution is rv your iqd at least 1:1 or back to your glory rate at 3.22 usd. If iraqi government don't want to rv their iqd at least 1:1 or 3.22 usd, then they won't be able to improve the iraqi people for a better and prosperous lives.

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