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CBI official survived blast

Posted: December 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

Tags: Baghdad, bank, Central bank, Central Bank Iraq, Deputy Governor, Iraq, Iraqi dinar, Saleh

BAGHDAD, Dec. 22 (AKnews) – A security source told AKnews this morning that an explosive device hit the motorcade of deputy governor for the Central Bank of Iraq, Mudhar Mohammed Saleh, in Waziriya district, north of Baghdad.

Saleh survived the explosion but to bystanders were hit.

Two car bombs, a mortar and three IED cost 13 dead, 28 wounded so far today in Baghdad.

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Maliki calls for the Kurdistan Regional Government to hand over al-Hashemi

Posted: December 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

Tags: Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, iraqi list, kurdistan, Maliki, Nouri al-Maliki, Saleh al-Mutlaq, Tariq Al-Hashimi

22/12/2011

Judicial Council undertakes to ensure a fair trial of the accused .. And the expectations of his departure to Amman, Ankara,

Moving the issue of indictment of Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi of committing terrorist acts around tracks at the same time, the first legal exchange is seeking parties, including Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to devote, and the last push towards the issue of politicization and internationalization.

And between this and that still calls for political leaders and international parties to resort to dialogue to end the ongoing outstanding issues and remove tensions, despite the rejection of the Iraqi List, Maliki’s call for a political conference expanded.

At a time in which he called Prime Minister Kurdistan region to hand over the Vice-President Tareq al-Hashemi, has vowed to sack the minister absent from the meetings of the Council of Ministers, while the “Al Sabah” sources close to the Iraqi List, said Hashemi may leave in the coming days to Amman or Ankara to request intervention . Maliki said at a news conference in Baghdad yesterday: “The Hashemite required to eliminate and handed over to the Kurdistan region.”

Prime Minister al-Hashemi urged to appear before the Iraqi judiciary to prove his innocence of the charges against him, rejecting any interference in the probe-Hashemi of any Arab or international party “because the criminal case involving Iraqi judiciary alone.”

He added that “the issue Hashemi does not need the hype that have occurred, and the judiciary will take its course,” stressing that he would not allow anyone else, or those with the martyrs of politicizing the issue of al-Hashemi, or compromise. Maliki vowed to reveal all files condemns the other parties in the event of non-stop excesses on the law.

For his part, pledged to the Supreme Judicial Council to provide a fair trial according to the law of Hashemi to defend himself against the charges against him, asserting that the defendant is innocent until proven guilty. In Arbil, said Fouad Hussein: “The Kurdistan region is ready to provide a fair trial Hashemi in the case of approved power judiciary in Iraq, “he said, while stressing that Iraqi law specialists are not allowed to take the case to the province.

The Ministry of the Interior offered Monday confessions of three of the elements of the protection of Tariq al-Hashimi, their practical implementation of the assassination and the bombing of explosive devices in Baghdad with the knowledge or direction from al-Hashemi, as saying. The court issued an arrest warrant against al-Hashemi in the light of these confessions.

In a related development, sources close to the Iraqi List, said Hashemi, may leave the Kurdistan region in the coming days.

The sources said the “morning”: that he “probably would travel to Amman Ankara .. or may be asked to intervene, and the visit may take days before returning to the region.”

The center of this picture, the Iraqi List, announced on the official San Natgaha going to make a formal request to the House of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the government, saying its refusal to Maliki’s call for a political conference expanded.

But Prime Minister expressed his indifference to this talk, saying in this regard: “These calls have been said before 6 years, and will remain so another 6 years, and those calls will not be intimidated and do not find it hear.”

Maliki vowed to sack the minister absent from the meetings of the Government, in reference to the Minister of Iraq, and reiterated the need to withdraw confidence from his deputy in parliament, Saleh al-Mutlaq.

It is said that al-Mutlaq announced that he had submitted resignation from his position, saying he was “not indifferent to this position,” he said.

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EU calls on the Iraqi government and political forces for dialogue

Posted: December 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

Tags: Catherine Ashton, European Union, Iraq, Iraqi government, kurdistan, Politics of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Tariq Al-Hashimi

Posted 22/12/2011 10:24 AM

BAGHDAD – Babinaoz (Reuters) – Secretary of State called on the European Union, Catherine Ashton, the Iraqi government and political forces in Iraq to resolve their differences through dialogue.

She Ashton said in a statement expressed “deep concern about the information coming from Iraq and developments related to the Interior.”

She said “I call urgently and the Iraqi government and all political forces to launch a comprehensive dialogue to overcome political differences.”

The prime minister called Wednesday the Iraqi Kurdish regional authorities to “hand over” Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi of the judiciary, after the warrant was issued for his arrest on charges of conspiracy, the successor political crisis between the Sunnis and Shiites.

The Iraqi vice-president, who faces two arrest warrants and travel ban against the background of the issues involved “terrorism,” announced in a press conference in Arbil, Kurdistan province, Tuesday he was ready to appear in court only in the Kurdish region.

And Tariq al-Hashimi also demanded that “the present investigation and interrogation by representatives of the Arab League and Arab lawyers in order to guarantee the investigation.”

The case of one-Hashemi’s political crisis emerging chapters of which have fallen to them by Iraq in conjunction with the completion of the U.S. withdrawal from the country on Sunday morning, after nearly nine years of the invasion of the country to topple the regime of Saddam Hussein.

The coalition of “Iraq” (82 deputies, out of 325), led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi decided earlier boycott of parliament and cabinet meetings, which today completed its first year in office.

The Iraqi prime minister threatened Wednesday the replacement of ministers belonging to the coalition of “Iraq”, if they continue to boycott the government, Mlhama also to the possibility of a government of “political majority”.

He said that the ministers of the “Iraqi” nine “If you did not return at the next meeting (the government) Fsnottagh assigned to other ministers,” note that the Iraqi government usually holds its meetings on Tuesdays every week.

And gave birth to the Iraqi government a year ago after Iraqi leaders reached a fragile agreement to reflect a sharing of powers between the three presidencies of sects and ethnic groups.

That came after he left Iraq without a government, despite the passage of more than half a year on the legislative elections held in March 2010, amid a struggle for the legitimacy of the presidency of the Council of Ministers, which has wide powers.

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It means they are rejecting the Westernization of the political system. It will go back to a dictatorial style of government soon and the people of Iraq will suffer, not to mention our chances of reaping the rewards financially seem bleak at best.

Yep

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Sounds like a power struggle amongst the Heads... this invesment ain't for the faint of heart for sure. Someone has to emerge from all of this as a hero figure over there. It may be later than sooner I am afraid.

If a new **** does emerge, let's hope he does not dcide to "Print his own money." Then were really screwed! LOL... sorry, I had to. Laughter sometimes helps.

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To us what it means if they don't straighten this out quick, They will have a :angry: Civil War in country . And all of us investors can take our Dinar and wipe our butts on it, it will become worthless to all. And the USA waisted there time and blood shed for nothing. Thats what it means. :blink:

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probably gonna be a bunch of dinar for sell really cheap. This is a stupid ride, and I'm about to bail. good luck to you all, and merry christmas anyway. My dinar are staying in their safe place, and all this checking everyday crap is over. Iraq and the middle east are never going to quit the barbaric lifestyles they are so fond of, and we as a country should wipe our hands of their ridiculous antics and walk away. Protect our borders, and let them blow themselves to hell. They obviously do not want peace and prosperity, so let them have each other and good riddance. I

am tired of us trying to help them with their problems. The next time they decide to come over here and kill innocent Americans, nuke the place and break the glass in ten years.

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It means they are rejecting the Westernization of the political system. It will go back to a dictatorial style of government soon and the people of Iraq will suffer, not to mention our chances of reaping the rewards financially seem bleak at best.

I believe it's all lies, smoke and mirrors to throw off speculators.

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I like reading all these posts and when i came home from Iraq i could not believe that people were really thinking that they will have an RV soon ,,, sorry but i had to laugh because i knew it would not do anything soon and i still believe were years away from anything to RV !!! The country is a mess and it will get way worse ,,, mark my words !!!! Remember back in 2003 we were all told this was not going to be another Vietnam ??? Just like Vietnam we lost lives and again spent a lot of money for what ???? Vietnam went back to there ways and so will Iraq !!!! It will happen and all ready we see this !!! I bought my dinar in Iraq for $854 and some change for one million and i knew to sell out and yes made money but if you people think for just one second why is all the dinar sights selling for $1100 plus and even have lay-away for you to buy if this is even close ???? The only people making money is the people selling it or something about it !!!!

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Definitely smoke. That's what happens when bombs go off.

That stuff has been going on even when the US Military was there, so it's not going to stop. I still believe that a lot of that stuff is lies, smoke, and mirrors to keep the speculators away until they can get everything finished. I believe they have yet to connect the cable to all the world banking system yet. Regardless if it never RV's I will hold onto what I have until the end, and probably decorate my bathroom walls with it. LOL!

I also got to thinking that the elite, and the bankers have all this staged hoping majority give up and cash out right now, and that way they do not have to pay out as much money. JMO

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Nope...mostly because our "westernization" politcal system didn't even originate in the WEST, it all stated from britian and englad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

go away paid bashers!

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Nope...mostly because our "westernization" politcal system didn't even originate in the WEST, it all stated from britian and englad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

go away paid bashers!

Ummmm, 'Britain and England' as you put it ARE the west.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_culture

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GASP Bombs going off in the middle east who would have thought!!! (please note the sarcasim).... Everybody needs to remember this is a way of life for them. In fact I am surprised there has not been more of this and sooner.

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GASP Bombs going off in the middle east who would have thought!!! (please note the sarcasim).... Everybody needs to remember this is a way of life for them. In fact I am surprised there has not been more of this and sooner.

True. It's just so hard to fathom that sort of life. When I hear of increased violence it makes me worried. But you are right, it is a way of life for them and I should probably just take it in stride and see what tomorrow bring...we can't change how things are going over there anyway....lets hope they get it together so they can rv and have a better life amongst the bombs and killings.

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Well choose which and take a ride, sure it could all be, smoke and mirrors to throw off speculators or it could be 1,000s of years of Clan Warfare has risen its evil head again.

Many of the Big Players from all around the Western World are rushing in, the lunatic fringe of the Islamic world are sharpening their swords and I would presum China and Russia are waiting their turn to rush in say they have the answer and Rule with their Iron Ways!

As for me, what the heck, I already have my Dinar so for now I shall simply keep them in my safe deposit box, put a litle note in the back of my Bible as a reminder and get on with Life,

Then maybe, more reasonable minds some day will prevail? :rolleyes:

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Nope...mostly because our "westernization" politcal system didn't even originate in the WEST, it all stated from britian and englad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

go away paid bashers!

PAID BASHERS????? OMG ARE YOU ON DRUGS

THIS ISNT A PINK SHEET STOCK LMAO

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Cool heads prevail. I really believe with the world watching Iraq will calm itself, and figure this out. So much happens we have no idea about. Believe this that the US and Britian powers were on the phone today with Maliki telling him if he doesn't right the wrongs- we could easily be back there. They don't want this. They HAVE to figure out there own democracy. Failure is not an option here.

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