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  2. navira

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    Yea bro hahaha
  3. 6ly410

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    even now is fine with me haha cheers
  4. navira

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    I won't be surprised if we see the rate change next week bro..
  5. 6ly410

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    Wow... cheers bro
  6. navira

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    They are doing all these so they can apply the mechanism to increase the purchasing power on iqd...Cheers bro
  7. navira

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    Did u read that article in the news section Bro? They talk about the exchange mechanism again
  8. 6ly410

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    done deal bro imo ... cheers haha
  9. navira

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    The small categories are flooding the market bro...I believe the CBI is doing this to take the large categories out ...man, talk about timing...and oh yea the salaries to be adjusted..oh man oh man
  10. 6ly410

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    Haha bro this is exciting
  11. navira

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    I'm very pump bro haha. Was so relax the other day from drinking champagne bro haha
  12. 6ly410

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    Cheers I agree ......pumped haha
  13. jaybake

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    You may be right, but the time will tell if there is such a thing as a revaluation as we all are hoping for. lol
  14. navira

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    Bro, that UN resolution is a perfect timing....along with FML. Cheers bro
  15. There's a pic of a 50 dinar note in those small categories. Does that means anything? Well.....maybe they are just recycling some old images (sigh).
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  17. Reveal the program visit Zarif to Baghdad, Najaf and Karbala Will meet Sistani? Politics ofZarifBaghdadNajafKarbalaofficial visit 2019/05/25 08:37:38 Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is scheduled to arrive in Baghdad on Saturday for a three-day official visit. He told an Iraqi diplomatic source at the beginning of the twilight news that Zarif would arrive today in the capital Baghdad and begin his tour with his Iraqi counterpart Mohammed Ali al-Hakim and then President Barham Saleh, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and then Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohamed Halboussi. The source added that Zarif will meet the heads of the political blocs until noon and then go to visit Najaf and Karbala, noting that it was not determined whether Zarif will meet Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani or not. The source said that on Monday morning he would return to Baghdad to head for Tehran via Baghdad International Airport. https://www.shafaaq.com/ar/سیاسة/الكشف-عن-برنامج-زيارة-ظريف-لبغداد-والنجف-وكربلاء-وهل-سيلتقي-السيستاني/
  18. US troop move to Middle East 'extremely dangerous': Zarif Increased US presence in the region threatens international peace, Iran's foreign minister says. 7 hours ago Aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln was deployed to the Gulf earlier this month [Garrett LaBarge/US Navy via AP] A US move to send more troops to the Middle East after accusing Tehran of being behind attacks on tankers in the region is "extremely dangerous ... [for] international peace", Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has been quoted as saying. "Increased US presence in our region is extremely dangerous and it threatens international peace and security, and this should be addressed," state news agency IRNA quoted Zarif as saying on Saturday. The United States on Friday announced the deployment of 1,500 troops to the Middle East, describing it as an effort to bolster defences against Tehran as it accused Iran's Revolutionary Guards of direct responsibility for the tanker attacks earlier this month. On May 12, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) said four commercial ships off the coast of Fujairah, one of the world's largest bunkering hubs, were "subjected to sabotage operations". The attack caused "significant damage to the structure of the two vessels", according to Saudi Arabia's energy minister, Khalid al-Falih. US officials said initial assessments suggested Iran was involved in the attack, without offering evidence supporting the claim. Iran has denied it had anything to do with the incident. 'Mostly protective' Speaking to reporters on the White House lawn shortly before departing for a trip to Japan on Friday, US President Donald Trump said the purpose of the deployment was "mostly protective" and was meant to increase the security of forces already in the region. "We want to have protection in the Middle East. We're going to be sending a relatively small number of troops," Trump said. "Right now, I don't think Iran wants to fight. And I certainly don't think they want to fight with us," he added. The Trump administration had notified Congress earlier on Friday about the troop plans. According to a copy of the notification obtained by the Associated Press news agency, the forces would number "roughly" 1,500 and would be deployed in coming weeks "with their primary responsibilities and activities being defensive in nature". At a Pentagon news briefing on Friday, officials said the US planned to send 900 more forces, including engineers and a fighter aircraft squadron, to the Middle East to bolster US defence and extend the deployment of some 600 personnel manning Patriot missiles. 'Radical elements' Meanwhile, a senior Iranian military commander said on Saturday that "rational Americans and experienced US commanders" were likely to rein in Washington's "radical elements" and prevent a war with Iran. "We believe rational Americans and their experienced commanders will not let their radical elements lead them into a situation from which it would be very difficult to get out, and that is why they will not enter a war," Brigadier General Hassan Seifi, an assistant to Iran's army chief, told Mehr, the country's semi-official news agency on Saturday. On Friday, Zarif reiterated his country's rejection of the US's increase in military deployments to the region while on a visit to Pakistan. Iran "will see the end of Trump, but he will never see the end of Iran," Zarif was quoted by state news agency Fars as saying, during his trip to the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, before the US announced the troop increase. Zarif held talks with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and powerful army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. "War is not in anyone's interest and all sides need to make efforts to keep conflict away from the region," General Bajwa said, according to a Pakistani military statement. Earlier this month, the US sent a carrier attack group and bomber taskforce to the Middle East, citing a "credible threat" from Tehran. The news came after acting US Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan denied earlier reports that the Trump administration was planning to send as many as 10,000 troops to the region. Shanahan, however, said that sending additional troops was an option they were considering. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/05/troop-move-middle-east-extremely-dangerous-zarif-190525080340226.html
  19. 2019/05/25 17:45 Number of readings 72 Section: Iraq Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif arrives in Baghdad BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived in Baghdad on Saturday for a one-day visit. Iranian media reported that "the Iranian foreign minister arrived in the Iraqi capital to meet with Iraqi officials and Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Hakim." "Javad Zarif is scheduled to discuss with Iraqi officials developments in the region and bilateral relations," she said. Zarif's visit to Baghdad comes at a time when relations between Iran and the United States have been strained unprecedented since recent years. Follow the obelisk Share the news http://almasalah.com/ar/news/171702/وزير-الخارجية-الايراني-محمد-جواد-ظريف-يصل-بغداد
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