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Dinar Updates Daily Chat Log for Monday 10/17/16 - Part 4

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Part 4 - Featuring rcookie

SRW says to 1bobby(12:04 PM):

We will cover for ya!! I won't tell, Rcookie is on break and Loop is tryin to sort thru all the good news for us!! Kick your feet up and chiil my man!! We got it!! :D(H)

Ame96 says(12:05 PM):

We will cover for ya!! I won't tell, Rcookie is on break and Loop is tryin to sort thru all the good news for us!! Kick your feet up and chiil my man!! We got it!!

Ame96 says(12:05 PM):

see we got it

1bobby says(12:06 PM):

Don’t MISS – “DU NEWS TIME” w/RCookie, Hutch & Mr White – October 18 7:30pm EST – In the CHAT ROOM!!

SRW says to Ame96(12:07 PM):

Wow, did you paste that with super glue? I can't get it to come off my screen!! :D({)

Ame96 says(12:09 PM):

gorilla glue

SRW says to Ame96(12:11 PM):


7shelia says(12:16 PM):

I juat got word that CNN just said the flag is flying over Mosuel? Do we have any news on this?

woodywoodpecker says(12:17 PM):

I think thats true

7shelia says(12:18 PM):

Has anyone brought that news into the chat room today Woody?

woodywoodpecker says(12:18 PM):

I yhink so but I have not been here all morning

7shelia says(12:19 PM):

ok. Thank you Woody. BGG I see you are in the chat room. Have we heard any news that the flag is flying over Moseul?

7shelia says(12:27 PM):

Can anyoe else answer this question?? Is the flag flying over Mosuel? Does anyone know?

1bobby says to 7shelia(12:27 PM):

I read some "citizens" raised an Iraqi flag. As far as being liberated......not yet

7shelia says(12:28 PM):

Thank you Bobby1

1bobby says to 7shelia(12:28 PM):


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loop says(12:44 PM):

Iraqi attack on Mosul begins as forces push toward Islamic State stronghold (Washington Post)

By sunrise, hundreds of Kurdish soldiers, known as peshmerga, were advancing in gun trucks and armored vehicles. But their movement was slowed by booby traps and roadside bombs, officers said.

By Loveday Morris and Kareem Fahim October 17 at 10:52 AM

KHAZIR, Iraq — Thousands of Iraqi forces advanced toward the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Monday, the first step of a long-awaited offensive seeking to drive Islamic State militants from their main stronghold in Iraq.

Kurdish forces moved to take a string of villages east of the city, while Iraqi army and police units made a push from the south.

Announced before dawn in a televised address by Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, the battle is the most ambitious offensive launched by Iraq’s security forces since they were created after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.

By sunrise, hundreds of Kurdish soldiers, known as peshmerga, were advancing in gun trucks and armored vehicles. But their movement was slowed by booby traps and roadside bombs, officers said. The Islamic State has fortified its defenses of the city in recent months, erecting concrete blast walls and digging trenches.

The operation aims to push the militant group out of its de facto capital in Iraq, the most populous city it controls. More than 1 million civilians are thought to be trapped in the city.

Tens of thousands of Iraqi troops from an array of the country’s forces have been drawn together to achieve that feat: the peshmerga, Sunni tribal fighters, army troops, police officers, Shiite militias and elite counterterrorism units. From the sky and on the ground comes close support from the U.S.-led coalition.

Despite sometimes competing agendas, they have united — at least for now — to take back the Islamic State’s most prized remaining territory in the country.

Mosul, about 250 miles north of Baghdad, is the Islamic State’s last major stronghold in Iraq, and the city has come to symbolize the group’s rise here. It was in Mosul’s Great Mosque that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced his self-proclaimed caliphate more than two years ago.

loop says(12:44 PM):

[Second part of Mosul battle: Keeping united if Islamic State ousted]

But since then, the group’s grip has slowly been broken. The cities of Tikrit, Ramadi and Fallujah have been clawed back by Iraqi forces, albeit with a heavy reliance on U.S.-led airstrikes.

It is only a matter of time before Mosul is recaptured, too, Abadi said.

“We will soon meet in Mosul to celebrate in liberation and your salvation,” he said, addressing the people of the city. “We will rebuild what has been destroyed by this criminal gang.”

After months of preparation, Iraqi government forces helped by a U.S.-led coalition, are engaged in a high-stakes battle to retake the northern city of Mosul from Islamic State. (Reuters)

As he spoke, an opposition group attacked a prison in the city, killing five guards and releasing those detained, said a military official who declined to be named as he was not authorized to speak to reporters. He cited “intelligence” from inside Mosul. But Atheel al-Nujaifi, who is the former governor of Nineveh province and who says he has contact with opposition groups inside, said he had not been able to verify the information.

Initially, the offensive on the eastern front will be led by the peshmerga, Iraqi and Kurdish military officers said. They are expected to advance to the edges of territory whose control has been long disputed with Baghdad.

Dozens of peshmerga fighters gathered in staging areas early Monday about 30 miles from Mosul, loading ammunition and supplies into Humvees and other armored vehicles. The soldiers spoke confidently about their mission, to capture a sequence of villages east of Mosul and near the town of Bartala.

“We are feeling great. It won’t take more than a day and a half,” said Maj. Bahram Bahjat, a peshmerga commander. He was far less confident, though, about the possibility of liberating Mosul itself, predicting it would take months and be a “bloody battle.”

As rows of armored vehicles barreled down dirt roads, toward villages obscured by smoke from fires set by the militants, the peshmerga forces were harassed by mortar fire but did not initially face heavy resistance, commanders said.

A suicide car bomb was struck before it could attack, according to Maj. Shivan Ihsan Saleh, pointing at a towering plume of smoke from a nearby hill.

“This is a dangerous enemy. They use booby traps, suicide bombs. Our information is that they have been digging tunnels,” he said, adding that “our morale is high.”

Medics near the front lines said at least one soldier was killed and two were injured. Kurdish security officials said three villages have been captured in the eastern offensive. The Iraqi military said nine villages were captured between the area of Gwer and the south of the city, while two others were seized by police and army forces as they advanced from Qayyarah air base, about 35 miles south of Mosul. The base is the main logistical hub for the Iraqi government’s operation.

But the military official said the villages were largely empty.

“The enemy booby-trapped them and then retreated,” he said. “The advance is very, very slow because of the booby traps.”

Thousands of Iraqi troops have moved into position for the battle in recent weeks, as new military staging areas have sprung up along the front lines.

More than 80,000 troops are involved, including engineers and logistical support, said Maj. Salam Jassim, a commander with Iraq’s elite special forces.

At a staging area in a hamlet near Khazir, east of Mosul, Jassim and his men were waiting for the order of their “zero hour.” The elite fighters are expected to make move past peshmerga lines and push into the city within days.

loop says(12:44 PM):

[Mosul poses key test for U.S. strategies]

“We’ll take it,” Jassim said, sipping on a can of Tiger Energy Drink, a favorite among Iraqi forces. “There’s no doubt.”

As well as from here to the east of the city, Iraqi army and police forces are moving in from Qayyarah air base pushing up the main highway from Baghdad.

Trucks packed with Iraqi soldiers and military vehicles have clogged the roads as forces have moved into place. Tanks, armored vehicles and weaponry have been hauled from the capital.

“We’ll start after them and move after them to support them,” said Brig. Gen. Haider Obaidi, another commander with Iraq’s special forces.

Shiite militia forces are also expected to play a role. But they are not part of the force that is authorized to enter the city, in light of fears about sectarian abuses in the majority Sunni city and how the militias’ advance would be perceived.

The military official said that a planned simultaneous offensive from the north would not go ahead on Monday, although he said he was not sure why.

[Pentagon faced scrutiny for reports on Islamic State]

On Sunday night, Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter said in a statement that “the United States and the rest of the international coalition stand ready to support” the effort. He added that “we are confident our Iraqi partners will prevail against our common enemy and free Mosul and the rest of Iraq from ISIL’s hatred and brutality.” ISIL is another name for the Islamic State.

Opinions are split on just how long and grinding the battle will be. Abadi has pledged to have the city back under Iraqi government control by the end of the year.

But Jassim is not sure that is possible, with booby traps and explosive devices expected to slow the city’s recapture.

Civilians, too, will complicate the battle. Between 1.2 million and 1.8 million are still in the city, he said.

To avoid a humanitarian crisis, the Iraqi government has asked civilians to stay in their homes, complicating air support and allowing operations to clear neighborhoods of militants.

“The operation will take much longer because of this,” Obaidi said. “For their safety, but it also means each neighborhood needs to be surrounded and searched as we clear it.”

Still, the U.S.-led coalition will give closer support than in any other operation, he said, and Apache helicopters probably will be used. On Sunday night, preparatory airstrikes rattled windows in the special forces base near Khazir.

The coalition has requested that the airspace be cleared of Iraqi jets, whose air support will be limited to the areas where Shiite militias are on the ground, Obaidi said.

“All the sky will be for the coalition,” he said. The western side of the city will be left largely open, which may make for a less protracted fight inside than if it was besieged. “We’ll try to give them an escape to run to Syria,” Jassim said of the militants.

Brig. Gen. Yahya Rasoul, a spokesman for the Iraqi military, said that even if the western side is left open, it does not mean a safe escape for the Islamic State. “If we do that, then this area will become a killing zone as we target them with our aircraft,” he said.

Fahim reported from Asquf, Iraq. Missy Ryan in Washington, Mustafa Salim in Khazir, Iraq, and Aaso Ameen Shwan in Asquf contributed to this report.

loop says(12:44 PM):


1bobby says(12:46 PM):

Don’t MISS – “DU NEWS TIME” w/RCookie, Hutch & Mr White – October 18 7:30pm EST – In the CHAT ROOM!!

SRW says to loop(12:47 PM):

Thanks for all the news Loop!! Wow!! Great things happeneing in iraq!!

loop says to SRW(12:48 PM):


SRW says to loop(12:57 PM):

Not in public Subby!! Your hubby will shoot me!! Good Lord!! :D

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jetset says(1:22 PM):

good afternoon, good people! (})

1bobby says to jetset(1:23 PM):

shhhhhhhhh it's afternoon naptime :)

jetset says(1:24 PM):

i'm excited today.... progress is through the roof. we are another day closer!

1bobby says to jetset(1:25 PM):


jetset says(1:25 PM):

great news coming out of mosul! closer than ever to security stability

rcookie says(1:28 PM):

Daesh leaders confirms via voice-Baghdadi escape loudspeakers outside Mosul declared the end of his reign in the city (Details)

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Said a local source from within the city of Mosul on Monday, the leaders of the organization Daesh confirmed through loudspeakers to escape Abu Bakr Balbgdada out of the city, announcing the end of his reign in Mosul.

The source said in a press statement, the 'prominent leaders in the organization of terrorist Daesh, confirmed over loudspeakers in the city escape Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, outside the city of Mosul. "

The source added, they 'declared Anthad Baghdadi was sentenced to Mosul, after escaping this sudden shape of the city.'

rcookie says(1:29 PM):

Residents of two villages near Mosul succeed to join forces with the army after the Angdadhm Daesh

Monday 17-10-2016 | 8:53:20

Residents of two villages near Mosul succeed to join forces with the army after pouncing on Daesh

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rcookie says(1:30 PM):

Iraqi prime minister: the risk Daesh will extend to the Gulf

October 17, 2016

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that the draft regulation Daesh Islamic state "is not a danger to Iraq, but also on the countries of the whole world," noting that the threat of regulation may extend to neighboring countries.

He said al-Abadi, during a meeting with ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions, that "the most suitable for the organization of regions in the future are Saudi Arabia and the Gulf."

The Iraqi prime minister stressed that his country has become a huge information on the organization.

Abadi called on Turkey to not to commit the mistakes of the former Iraqi regime, expressing his concern over the escalation of the Turkish statements about the military presence in Iraq.

Iraqi forces launched strikes backed by the international coalition to fight Daesh dawn on Monday in the editing process of Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, which was dominated by the organization had in 2014.

rcookie says(1:31 PM):

Immigration announced the creation of 50 thousand tent to contain the wave of an expected exodus from Mosul

Monday 17-10-2016 | 9:10:38

Lady Ayazdih fleeing Daesh in one of the displacement camps province of Kurdistan - XYZ

Twilight News and Minister of Displacement and Migration Iraqi Jassim Mohammed / said on Monday he was creating fifty thousand tent to contain the wave of an expected exodus from the city of Mosul and surrounding areas, where Iraqi forces launched a military campaign to restore the organization Daesh.

This came in a joint press conference at the ministry with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Krandi in the wake of a meeting between the two sides, according to a ministry statement reported for Twilight News.

Mohammed said the "Supreme Committee for the Relief and sheltering the displaced and all the ministries concerned with the displaced file on standby to respond to the humanitarian aid to the displaced people of Mosul," stressing that "the Prime Minister personally oversee the proceedings."

"The ministry and the High Commission for the displaced have taken all necessary measures in terms of stock of relief aid and prepare to receive the displaced from Mosul with the start of editing operations."

The Iraqi minister pointed out that "it was the creation of 50 thousand tents to house families that Stensh of Mosul, in coordination with international organizations and the Red Kalhilal High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the relevant ministries and the provincial government."

For his part, UN High Commissioner for Cun refugee commissioner on the importance of joint coordination with the Ministry and the concerned authorities to ensure the provision of essential supplies for the displaced as well as the protection of the displaced families in case they have been displaced from the city of Mosul, stressing that the Commission is working on the necessary preparations for the number of camps to house the displaced.

SRW says to rcookie(1:35 PM):

(y)(handshake) Wow!! Great news!! Thankyou!! Awesome!! I pray for our men and women over there and the citizens of the city!! Get out of there ISIS!! Your not wanted and it's time to get gone!!

rcookie says(1:35 PM):

Pentagon: Iraqi forces ahead of schedule in an attack in Mosul

Oct 17, 2016


WASHINGTON (Reuters) The US Department of Defense (Pentagon) said on Monday that Iraqi forces achieve their goals, and she advanced on schedule in the first day of the offensive, which aims to restore the city of Mosul from the grip of the "Islamic state."

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rcookie says to SRW(1:38 PM):

Secretary of Peshmerga: Do not aspire Mosul and the Turkish fears are legitimate!

Posted: 17.10.2016 | 18:34 GMT | Arab World News

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Team Jabbar Yawar, Secretary General of the Ministry of Peshmerga in Kurdistan region of Iraq, said that the liberalization of Mosul, the process may take a few weeks, but it will end defeat Daesh.

Yawar talked about coordination between Erbil and Baghdad and plans of the international coalition in the battle of Mosul. And demographic situation of the province of Nineveh, the next day to defeat Daesh. More in the video.

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1bobby says(1:47 PM):

Don’t MISS – “DU NEWS TIME” w/RCookie, Hutch & Mr White – October 18 7:30pm EST – In the CHAT ROOM!!

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Okie Dinar says to 1bobby(1:50 PM):

Hey there! Hope you are enjoying your day :) Would you like a break?

1bobby says(1:51 PM):

Hey sooner. Sure I'll take one. In case no one comes by, what time do you need outta here?

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1bobby says(1:52 PM):

5cst....got it. If you need earlier, just text me. I'll be close by. I'll do a copy

Okie Dinar says to 1bobby(1:53 PM):

Thank you!

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Thank you so much for copying :


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you bet. c ya at 5 :)

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jimplants says(1:59 PM):

the UNDP has established a FUNDING FACALICTY FOR ECONOMIC REFORM IN ERBIL GOING AFTER INTERNATIONAL MONEY ...I guess the push into mosel is going well

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MrsBGG says to rcookie(2:57 PM):

Good afternoon :)

MrsBGG says to rcookie(2:57 PM):

Thank you for the News!!

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Okie Dinar says(3:40 PM):

Rafidain Bank eliminates the requirement age of ten million advance

17/10/2016 (0:01 pm) - The number of readings: 183 - Issue (3759)

Baghdad / term

Rafidain Bank, announced on Sunday, the cancellation of the age requirement for applicants of 10 million dinars for the staff of government departments to advance, as he emphasized a new mechanism to ensure the return of money the bank with a profit mode.

Rafidain Bank said in a statement, received the "long" version of it, that "the bank canceled the age requirement on applicants to advance ten million dinars for the staff of government departments and develop a new mechanism to ensure the continued flow of the advance and the inclusion of the largest number of employees in addition to ensuring the return of bank funds with profits and revenues." .

He added the bank that "has been the priority and preference given to applicants on the advance who have smart and activated card to receive monthly salary and have no predecessor or previous loans," stressing the need to "remaining service of the applicant be enough to repay the advance advertised duration (5 years) in addition to the requirement that the the ministry, which is staffed by employees for reimbursement be lagging behind. "

The Rafidain Bank Select, Saturday (15 October 2016), a mechanism to grant an advance of 10 million dinars for state employees, revealing a strategy of launching such advances, which include the payment covered by previous advances, including the same covenant, while calling circles covered advances to provide disclosure of all salaries its employees.

The Rafidain Bank, announced on Thursday (6 October 2016), for the failure to extend the employee whose age does not exceed 50, an advance ten million dinars, while the condition of owning employee smart card "activated" for the loan.

Okie Dinar says(3:41 PM):

The army and the Peshmerga are implementing on the east and south of Mosul .. Daesh and preparing to move to the right coast

17/10/2016 (21:01 pm) - The number of readings: 42 - Issue (3760)

Baghdad / Wael blessing

Forces seeking to participate in the liberation of Mosul operation, which began at dawn yesterday, to put pressure on militants Daesh out of the city to desert areas in the West End.

The combined forces pushed 3-axis towards the center of Mosul, while leaving the fourth axis associated with the Syrian territory as an outlet for the withdrawal or the escape of the militants from the city.

The crowd was popular, which involved a limited number of troops the process of attribution, has defended in the past days, his vision of attacking the west side of the connector, saying that it was the weight of Daesh center. There are conflicting this vision with the US desire that focus on eastern Mosul.

And it freed the Peshmerga forces, which is involved in the battles of Khazar axis 0.9 villages, and formed an arc surrounding the north-east side of the connector, and has become close to several Christian towns and retina task.

As liberated army troops in the south-east of the city of seven other villages of the axis Alkwyr. While advancing military division and a brigade of the popular crowd from the south and southwest towards the village Alahud and was able to penetrate several kilometers] advice about the area.

Unlike other hubs, it has not seen the northern axis, which Taatmzkz forces of the army, any action yet.

And as usual, he chose the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, a time late at night to announce the launch of Mosul liberalization process that is long overdue.

He ran for the last meeting held by the Prime Minister two days ago with the leaders of the popular crowd, the postponement of the liberalization (Hawija) and cordoned-sufficiency, while the crowd will perform an assignment without access to the connector.

The President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, on Saturday, for the end of all the preparations for the Liberation of Mosul.

Okie Dinar says(3:41 PM):

First day details

And details about military operations, Hassan reveals Shabib, a member of the Nineveh provincial council for "Share the banner of the largest of the popular crowd, with pieces of the federal police and the band 15 of the Iraqi army in the center of the south and south-west of Mosul."

Confirms Shabib, in connection with the (range) yesterday that the "popular crowd remained on the highway outside the link between Baghdad and Mosul, as troops fight in the villages, where there are 30 km between the two parties," adding that "the army forces stormed the parties from Alahud village, northeast of Qayyarah, and are going to release two other villages. "

He said local official said, "the population of the Daesh Alahud rose up and killed four militants, were killed and 11 others in the village Alahud basement adjacent to the first, with the killing of one organization Folks."

As they arrived troops from the popular crowd and federal police to areas near the (] advice) 0.45 km south-west of Mosul.

Conversely Shabib stressed that "the band 16 forces in the north of Mosul has not moved yet," denying knowledge of the reasons for it. But he attributed it to "the existence did not know the details of military measures." By contrast Armored Division troops freed nine villages in the south-west of Mosul, and is now close to the "Hamdaniya."

Daesh to the desert

So editing process Mosul has not seen any military cover-west axis which links Mosul to Syria, featuring the largest districts of the city of Tal Afar, Mosul, a mostly Shiite Turkmen.

Local official, believed to be the military leadership left the west of Mosul, in an attempt "to drag the militants to fight in open areas far from the city."

According to news from Mosul to Daesh had withdrawn most of its fighters from the left coast, the talk of the town, which includes sensitive government institutions and departments to the eastern side of Mosul. Shabib says that "the right coast, featuring old buildings and narrow alleyways, and would use Daesh those privileges to hide inside the city for more soon as possible."

The leaders of the crowd had earlier said, for (long), that "the United States insist on the restoration of the left side of the city because of the presence of government institutions," while stressing that". Daesh influence is on the right side."

In the meantime, a Kurdish official in Mosul confirmed the collapse of morale Daesh in the city, adding that the organization suffers a major upheaval. Revealing a terrorist organization "by request via loudspeakers from mosques elements to move from the left coast to the right."

Okie Dinar says(3:42 PM):

Field executions

He revealed Mmousine Saeed, official notification of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Mosul, about "a committee of the Daesh, behind the battle fronts, the execution of the execution of the field against the 40 men of his followers because of their withdrawal from the Khazar fighting in eastern Mosul."

The Mmousine, in an interview with the (range) yesterday, "edit the Peshmerga forces to 9 villages in eastern Mosul," pointing out that "Peshmerga came close to areas Hamdania, Bartila, and Ba'shiqah." These towns and several Kleomtrut away from the east of Mosul. Kurdish official also described the battles fought with the Peshmerga Daesh, as "were not very violent because of the flight of most of the insurgents."

The international coalition aircraft to address a number of car bombs and suicide bombers in eastern Mosul areas, also bombed "the bridge of the Republic," the link between the two shores of the city.

From MadDScout :)

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