Confirmed official speaking on behalf of the United Nations mission in Iraq Ylianh Nabah “the seriousness of the UN Mission in contributing to resolving the Iraqi crisis peacefully and no pressure on the government over the decision to postpone the provincial elections.” (more…)
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UN: serious about contributing to resolving the Iraqi crisis peacefully and not put pressure on the government over the decision to postpone electionsPosted: March 21, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: 2003 invasion of Iraq, al-Qaeda, anbar, Baghdad, Iraq, Nineveh, Shia Islam, United Nations
UN: surprised by the delay of the Iraqi Council of Representatives of important laws that affect the lives of citizensPosted: January 23, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, House of Representatives, Iraq, Law, Ministerial Committee, Sheikh, United Nation
Khuzaie Praised according to a statement his office the role of the United Nations through its focus on humanitarian files, “explaining the role of reconciliation that reinforce the principles of respect for each other and strengthen national identity, and renounce violence.
He added that the case with now at the political level caused by a lack of democratic maturity, and at the grassroots level are dealt with in accordance with the Constitution and the law. ” (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Arab League, Bashar al-Assad, Iraq, Osama bin Laden, Syria, United Nations, United States
At the same time in which the sources of US government concern about the reports of increased activities of terrorist organizations violent in Syria, especially al-Qaida, described Hamid al-Bayati, Iraq’s ambassador to the United Nations, al-Qaeda as cancer, and said she threatens many countries, including Iraq and Syria.
Al-Bayati said in an interview in TV CBS U.S. that during the American occupation of Iraq, the regime of President Bashar al-Assad helps al-Qaeda fighters and other Extremists to enter Iraq through Syria .. And that the worsening situation now because al -Qaeda has become threatened both Iraq and Syria. (more…)
Tags: Al-Maliki, al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Syria, Terrorism
Security parliamentary surprised by al-Maliki announced the end of the war on terror in Iraq
Baghdad, August 11 / August (Rn) – have indicated to the security and defense committee of parliamentary, Saturday surprise “severe” from the announcement by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki about the “end of the war on terror in Iraq,” while confirming that the organization still poses a threat to security in the country, confirmed the absence of study and realistic about the organization. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraqi Kurdistan, iraqi list, Kurdistan Regional government, middle east, Nouri al-Maliki, wall street journal
Figures say that 23 July was the worst days experienced by the Iraqis this year and the month of June Deadliest was the second month the number of victims of violence and terrorist attacks since the beginning of 2,012. On Black Monday killed at least one hundred fifteen Iraqis in about 40 attacks and the bombing targeted civilians and police positions and the military. Observers noted that al-Qaeda in iraq declared that in practice the next wave of bombings two days before it happened, but the security services were unable to prevent. The immediate objective of these terrorist attacks to Embarrass Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and inciting sectarian strife, according to The Wall Street Journal in a report on the situation in Iraq. (more…)
UN’s urgent appeal to the Iraqi government and invites them to address the causes of violence and “terrorism”Posted: June 13, 2012 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, iraqi, Politics of Iraq, Shia Islam, United Nations, Wednesday
Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler
and directed the United Nations mission to help Iraq, on Wednesday, an urgent appeal to the Iraqi government to address the root causes behind the “violence and terrorism” that cause so much suffering and pain of the Iraqi people, expressing shock and strong dissatisfaction about the attacks in Iraq today. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, iraqi, Iraqi people, Kadhimiya, Saddam Hussein, Shia Islam
Erbil, June 13 (AKnews) – The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Wednesday feeling deeply shocked and strong dissatisfaction because of the attacks hideous that targeted different parts of Iraq today, which resulted in death and injury of dozens of Iraqis, including a large number of the pilgrims. according to a press release of the Office of the Organization. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Arab, Arab League, Arab people, Baghdad, Iraq, Maliki, Nouri al-Maliki
Thursday, March 29 / March 2012 17:22
Prime Minister and Chairman of the Iraqi delegation at the Arab summit Nuri al-Maliki said “the Iraqis were able to Collapse Phase painful actively everybody and all sects.” he said in
his speech at the meeting of Arab leaders at the summit of Baghdad, said “the Arab summit characterized by the specificity of it held in the most difficult stages. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Arab, Baghdad, Iraq, Iraqi people, Kirkuk, Nouri al-Maliki, United Nation
Strongly condemned the United Nations, Tuesday, a series of bombings that struck Baghdad and a number of other provinces.
And saw the governorates of Baghdad, Salahuddin and Nineveh, Anbar, Babil, Karbala, Kirkuk and Mosul car bombings today mined simultaneously, improvised explosive devices have killed and wounded dozens, most of them civilians.
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin received a press release Koppelrfa And the Kurdish news agency (Rn) a copy of it today “We condemn in the strongest terms the barbaric attacks that took place today in a number of cities across Iraq that have killed scores of Iraqis and wounded many others injured . ” (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Ali al-Sistani, Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi, Iraqi dinar, Member of Parliament
Thursday, 08 March 2012 09:06 GMT
Announced the decision of the Iraqi parliament, on Thursday, that the presidency Republic ratified the federal budget for the current year 2012.
Muhammad Al-Khalidi said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “The Presidency of the Republic ratified the federal budget of the Iraqi state For the current year 2012, amounting to $ 100 billion” after two weeks of approval in parliament. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, kuwait, middle east, Riyadh, Saddam Hussein, Saudi Arabia
Revealed the Iraqi government, on Sunday, the existence of three files are on the table in discussions with Saudi Arabia in the coming period in the forefront of file security challenge facing the region by al-Qaeda.
A media adviser to Prime Minister Ali al-Musawi’s “Twilight News”, “The security challenge facing the region by al-Qaeda a security threat to Iraq and Saudi Arabia in addition to dangerous countries in the Middle East and the world so it would be most files in question on the table between Riyadh and Baghdad. ” (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, iraqi, Kingdom, Riyadh, Saudi, Saudi Arabia
Author: ZJ Editor: HAH | HL Sunday, 04 March 2012 13:20 GMT
Uncover Iraq’s ambassador in Saudi Arabia Ghanem Jumaili, Sunday, that the Minister of Justice will sign an agreement to exchange prisoners with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia the current mid-March, as he emphasized there waiting for promising relations of both countries.
Ghanem said Jumaili in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “Iraq and Saudi Arabia reached a final agreement for the exchange of prisoners between the two countries,” noting that “the Iraqi Council of Ministers authorized the Minister of Justice Hassan Shammari to sign the agreement in mid-March, the current in Arabia.” (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Interior ministry, Iraq, Riyadh, Saudi, Saudi Arabia
BAGHDAD, March 3 (AKnews) – Iraqi political blocs have welcomed an agreement sealed between the Ministry of Interior and its Saudi counterpart to combat terrorism, indicating that this is an important step to undermine the sources of violence and strengthen political relations between Baghdad and Riyadh.
This week the interior ministry announced a “new phase” of security cooperation with Saudi Arabia which includes fighting terrorism, drugs, organized crime and border smuggling. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, bank, Counterfeit, Counterfeit money, Currency, Iraq, iraqi, Money laundering
Diyala, February 20 (AKnews) – The number of shop owners in Diyala banking concern about the spread of counterfeit currency in the domestic market and multiple categories, prompting some to non-trading department from them, which damaged a large trading markets in the province.
He and Sam Tai (45 years), the owner of one shop owners banking in Baquba, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the counterfeit currency is one of the categories (five thousand and ten thousand) only and it can be distinguished easily in case of audit detail well. (more…)
Maliki, Iraq’s commitment to renew strategic framework agreement with the United States and the draft national reconciliation after 2011Posted: December 31, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: al-Qaeda, Iraq, iraqi list, Iraqi people, Maliki, Nouri al-Maliki, U.S.–Iraq Status of Forces Agreement, United States
Saturday, December 31 / 1 December 2011 16:36
New Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Iraq’s commitment to the strategic framework agreement with the United States and the government’s commitment to a project of national reconciliation after 2011.
Maliki said during the ceremony the central occasion [on Iraq], which was held Saturday in the capital Baghdad and attended by a number of officials, dignitaries and tribal elders and a group of citizens that “Iraq has renewed its commitment to the firm and his commitment to the implementation of the strategic framework agreement that was signed with the United States in 2008 because it represents national interest of Iraq, under which after the end of this year to move the relationship between the two countries to cooperate in the political, military, economic, cultural and other projects to achieve common interests and non-interference in internal affairs. ” (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, iraqi list, Maliki, Nouri al-Maliki, Politics of Iraq, Saleh al-Mutlaq
Baghdad, 22 December / December (Rn) – linked the Iraqi government headed by Nuri al-Maliki, the coordinated blasts that rocked Baghdad on Thursday and the issue of indictment of Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi of supporting “terrorism” and said that the party political unnamed, trying to pressure to negotiate on the issue .
And shook the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Thursday morning, a series of coordinated blasts struck different areas and came in conjunction with the political crisis the country has seen since the days.
The Health Ministry said that the blasts that left at least 59 people dead and 179 wounded.
The blasts come just days after issuance of the Iraqi judicial warrant for Vice-President and leader of the Iraqi Tariq al-Hashimi accused of supporting “terrorism”, but the latter denied the charges against him and demanded to transfer the file to the courts of the Kurdistan region. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, kuwait, Muqtada al-Sadr, Saddam Hussein, Tariq Al-Hashimi, United States
Baghdad, November 27 (Rn) – believed by many political analysts that the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, which began actually will change the political face of Iraq today.
The fear of the Iraqi population of the deteriorating security situation after the withdrawal, especially after the threats launched by factions under the umbrella of al Qaeda that they will step up attacks in the country.
The U.S. withdrawal coincided, while still a lot of problems and disputes pending, especially regarding the conflict for power between the two major coalitions of Iraq and the rule of law. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Democratic Patriotic Alliance of Kurdistan, Iraq, iraqi, Maliki, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki
Baghdad, November 25 (Rn) – A spokesman for the Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces, Major General Qassim Atta Friday that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki ordered construction of the “security fence” around Baghdad early next year in an attempt to prevent the sequence of the gunmen.
The move comes at a time when U.S. forces withdraw from Iraq after eight years of reliable in maintaining security.
Iraqi officials are seeking to tighten their grip on Baghdad, which is subject to a real test on their readiness for the U.S. withdrawal. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, iraqi, Iraqi Army, kuwait, United States, United States armed forces
Posted 05/11/2011 08:58 AM
BAGHDAD – Babinaoz: the U.S. military announced its intention to complete its withdrawal from Iraq by the end of this year, urged the member of the parliamentary Defense and Security to review and evaluate the security plans, and a second deputy said there were plans for a new stage after the withdrawal.
A spokesman for U.S. forces in Iraq, Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan told a news conference in Baghdad: “The American soldiers would withdraw from Iraq through the Kuwaiti territory,” adding that “more than a million military vehicles were returned from Iraq and the remaining 650 000 pieces of military will be returned before the end of the year , “explaining that” five to three thousand truck transporting equipment per week, while the move ownership of some of what is left to the Iraqi side or the State Department. “and said that” the number of U.S. troops currently in Iraq amounts to 34 thousand fighters and 12 military base out of 505 , quoted from the base 493 to the Iraqi side, “stressing” the absence of any new agreement with the Iraqi side in relation to trainers. ” (more…)
The U.S. Ambassador and military leaders were holding a meeting with Nujaifi to discuss the U.S. withdrawalPosted: November 2, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Barack Obama, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, James Franklin Jeffrey, United States, United States Ambassador to Iraq
A parliamentary source said on Wednesday that the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, James Jeffrey, and a number of military leaders in the U.S. Army held a meeting today with the head of the Iraqi parliament Osama Najafi, stating the meeting would discuss the issue of the American withdrawal from Iraq, to be the end of this year.
The source said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, James Jeffrey, a number of military leaders and the Americans arrived, today, the Iraqi parliament building and held a meeting with Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi.”
The source, who requested anonymity, said, “Najafi meeting with Jeffrey and U.S. military leaders devoted to the subject of a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq.”
The U.S. military announced, the end of last October, that the withdrawal from Iraq by the end of this year will lose the Iraqi special forces, their ability to combat terrorism, warned against military analysts that the withdrawal will affect the intelligence effort adopted by those forces in weakening al-Qaeda and expose him to danger. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, Iraq, Iraqi Army, middle east, Nouri al-Maliki, United States, United States armed forces, Warfare and Conflict
Iraq’s counterterrorism forces will lose critical intelligence and other specialized capabilities when American forces withdraw at the end of the year.
Some military analysts worry the withdrawal could jeopardize the success these forces have had in weakening al-Qaeda’s leadership in Iraq with daily raids on terrorist leaders.
“I believe there will be very direct and significant impact on our ability to conduct counterterrorism operations,” said Fred Kagan, an influential military analyst who helped formulate the successful “surge” strategy in Iraq in 2007, which involved sending in more U.S. troops to pacify the country.
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Tags: al-Araji, al-Qaeda, Aswat al-Iraq, Central Bank Iraq, Economy of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi, Private bank
10/26/2011 4:55 PM
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The head of the Parliamentary Ahrar bloc Baha’ al-Araji disclosed today that information is available indicating that some private banks are financing armed groups and al-Qaeda organization, pointing out that his bloc hosted the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq Sinan al-Shibibi to discuss the situation of the Iraqi economy following U.S. forces withdrawal.
Tags: al-Qaeda, Central bank, Central Bank Iraq, Economy of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi, Private bank, Sinan Al-Shabibi
information that private banks to finance some of the elements of the armed forces and al-Qaeda,
Indicating that the mass hosted the Central Bank Governor Sinan Shabibi to discuss the conditions of the Iraqi economy after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country.
They said in a press conference held at Parliament House that «there is confirmed information indicating that some private banks financed terrorist groups and al-Qaeda in its military operations against the sons of the Iraqi people ».
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, Islamic State of Iraq, Massoud Barzani, Nouri al-Maliki, President of Iraqi Kurdistan, United States
Baghdad, October 27 / October (Rn) – The Adviser to the Prime Minister for the national reconciliation Thursday, that the file of reconciliation with the armed factions will be closed to leave the U.S. forces of the country end of this year, noting that it did not join the project of reconciliation is still practiced his work will be outside the law .
The number of armed factions in Iraq more than 50 factions, each operating under the command of al Qaeda, such as the “Islamic State of Iraq” and others include formations of the former Iraqi army and the Baathists, including the “Islamic Army”, while active in the southern Iraqi factions supported by Iran, most notably the “Party of God” Iraq and the “League of the Righteous.”
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Barack Obama, Iraq, iraqi list, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister of Iraq, United States
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday, that the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq by the end of this year will remove all the justifications from which the elements of “terrorist” and Al Qaeda, saying that the withdrawal process a success for Iraq and the United States and the beginning of a new relationship.
Said Nuri al-Maliki during a press conference held at the Prime Minister and attended by “Alsumaria News”, “We agreed with U.S. President Barak Obama, yesterday, via closed-circuit television, full commitment to withdraw U.S. troops and remaining on schedule later this year,” asserting that “Declaration of the U.S. withdrawal will remove all the justifications from which terrorist elements and Al Qaeda, and all the anxiety and uncertainty of the other.”
Tags: al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Interior ministry, Iraq, Karkh, Ministry of Defence, Rusafa, Saadoun al-Dulaimi
Baghdad, October 14 (Rn) – The Iraqi Interior Ministry on Friday said that its troops ready to receive the security file, indicating that its work in this framework is in coordination with other security units.
The assurances of the readiness of security forces at the time of the capital city of Baghdad to the attacks and was described as “violent” caused by the car bomb targeted a security stations in the Rusafa side Alkrah and have left dozens dead and wounded.
And manages the Baghdad Operations Command, the security file in full in the capital, while The leaders of other operations in the provinces control the security file in the provinces in coordination with the police forces.
Tags: al-Qaeda, Central bank, Counterfeit, Counterfeit money, Currency, Economy of Iraq, Iraq, Office
There is a state of anxiety among Iraq’s Diyala province, after warnings of a mafia shopping counterfeit currency in the local markets.
A state of controlled anxiety to workers in the capital markets in Diyala province in eastern Iraq, the spread of counterfeit currency in which, amid warnings of a mafia-backed Iraqi provinces seeking to establish outlets for the marketing of all kinds of counterfeit currency to domestic markets.
And Abdel-Rahman Masoud Al-Ibrahimi (50 years), the Office for buying and selling currencies in the city of Baquba, told Xinhua on concern about the increasing amount of pumping of counterfeit money in the local markets, confirming that it is detrimental to the national economy and lose credibility and trust among the citizens.
Tags: al-Qaeda, Economy of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi, Iraqna, Jalal Talabani, kuwait, middle east
Rich Iraq to where?
Iraqi citizens of all their suffering collecting and always keen to ask the question: How can a rich country like Iraq, people are suffering all this suffering? And how a country has all these natural resources and human resources have not succeeded in completing the development of a solid admire in the region and the world?
In the ugliest and the worst political theories, could become a rich country and as large as Iraq into a cumbersome and small regional-level political and economic .. The ugliest and the worst of it, is to see poor countries and small countries of the region to become more stable and prosperous, and political influence of Iraq!
Tags: al-Qaeda, Arbil, Eid ul-Fitr, iraqi list, Jalal Talabani, Maliki, Ministry of Defence, Nouri al-Maliki
On: Thu 09/01/2011 9:49
Baghdad (news) .. most likely a member of the state of law and deputy / National Alliance / sincere acceptance of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Iraqi List, a candidate.
The leaders of political blocs have agreed at a meeting held at the home of President Jalal Talabani, to form a ministerial committee to implement all the terms of the Irbil, including the security ministries to be resolved within two weeks, and the Iraqi List, nominated four candidates to take over the Defence Ministry and they (MP Jawad al, and Brigadier General Hamid Dawood al-Obeidi, and Army Maj. Gen. Medhat al-Obeidi current and retired Major General Naji Loay Tbakjla).
Tags: 2003 invasion of Iraq, al-Qaeda, Baghdad, Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Transparency International, United States, Warfare and Conflict
BAGHDAD – A decade after 9/11 attacks that set the stage for the 2003 invasion, Iraq is struggling to rebuild as dysfunctional politics, a persistent insurgency and rampant graft blunt the promise of its oil wealth.
Though the country has held two largely free legislative polls and two other votes since Saddam Hussein’s ouster, violence has claimed more than 100,000 lives and hampered reconstruction of its crumbling infrastructure and dated economy.
And while crude oil output has slowly ramped up, combining with high prices to provide a bonanza for a country desperately in need of funds, politicians have argued over cabinet posts for almost 18 months since the last polls, and dithered over whether to ask US troops to stay beyond the end of 2011.