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Friday, March 31, 2017

"Don't Leave the Dance Early" - Fri. PM KTFA Thoughts/News


Aggiedad77 » March 31st, 2017

I'm betting on a reconciliation.....don't leave the dance early.....you have yet to dance with the prettiest girl there....don't miss your golden opportunity. Aloha Randy

Don961 » March 31st, 2017

Kurdistan Regional Government: Time for a "friendly divorce" with Baghdad

ARBIL, Iraq, April 1 (UPI) - A spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), Sven Dziyi, said it was time to talk to the federal government about a "friendly divorce".

"It is necessary to start a serious dialogue with Baghdad to reach an amicable solution to the separation of the region," Dziay said in an interview. "The two sides can become good neighbors and this is the only thing the region wants."

"The principle of co-existence was something that all parties agreed upon in 2003," he said, adding that "this principle no longer exists today."

He pointed out that "the current stage is witnessing talk about the majority and minority," noting that "even if the Kurdish seats in Baghdad to 65 seats will remain a minority always."

"The region is always at the mercy of Baghdad, so it is currently looking for a different formula. The budget of the region is cut off and it does not receive any military assistance," he said. "This shows that the two sides can not work together."

He pointed out that "there is now Iraq before Mosul and Iraq beyond Mosul," stressing the solution to the decision.

"The only way is to go towards the independence of Kurdistan Iraq." Finished


Aggiedad77 » March 31st, 2017

Rock that boat Abadi....rock on.....or do you know more than you are saying.....since you are saying this much.....has CH VII been lifted for you....go ahead you can whisper in Frank's ear. Aloha Randy

Don961 » March 31st, 2017

Abadi calls on the Secretary-General of the United Nations to remove Iraq from the seventh item

BAGHDAD, March 31 (KUNA) - The United Nations Organization for Human Rights (UN) is carrying out humanitarian and relief work for the displaced and restoring stability and community reconciliation, .

The statement added that the Prime Minister called on the international community to "support Iraq to restore stability to liberated cities and remove Iraq from Chapter VII to end the file of the occupation of Kuwait and the decisions imposed on the Iraqi people because of the policies of the former regime."

"The people of Iraq have demonstrated their ability to defeat terrorism and expel the oppressor. We are in the final stage of liberating Mosul. Our forces are exerting their utmost efforts to protect the civilians," Abadi said.

"We express our solidarity and our full commitment to work with you in your great mission to liberate your country and achieve stability and reconciliation, and our visit to Iraq is a solidarity visit at a historic moment and we hope to liberate Mosul and return to normalcy soon," said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. And his appreciation for the efforts to protect civilians and the appreciation of the international community for the sacrifices of the Iraqis and the need for the international community to support relief efforts and humanitarian institutions in Iraq, pointing to the need to hold accountable elements to advocate the heinous crimes committed against civilians.


Aggiedad77 » March 31st, 2017

IMO Iraq is about to rise up as a leader bar none in the ME......they have a big brother who swings a hefty bat to back them up as well.....they take nothing off of anyone.....run the chumps from that I brother out of town....now......watch what plays out soon IMO. Aloha Randy

Don961 » March 31st, 2017

According to Abadi, you know the "wrong" impressions of Iraq and Saudi Arabia

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Friday that Iraqis believe Saudi Arabia is a supporter of terrorism, saying that there is an impression in Saudi Arabia that Iraq is following Iran, which is also wrong.

Abadi said in a televised interview that "the regional conflict in the region led to the emergence of an advocate," noting that "the Iraqis have paid a heavy price of sacrifices to get the fighters out of the country."

He stressed that "the way to defeat the organization and prevent the emergence (other advocate) is to control the regional conflict, and the Arab-Arab conflict," noting that "we must manage our affairs and our conflicts without relying on others."

Abadi added that "the Iraqi vision does not mind to benefit from the major powers and influential in this framework," stressing that the need to be "Iraq's main player to extinguish the strife."

"Iraq is a victim of regional conflict," Abadi said. "We refuse to be part of the axis policy," he said.

He described the ability of the Iraqi forces to achieve achievements on the ground in their struggle against the preacher and its success, despite the overcrowding of the civilian fighting areas, as "a new Iraqi creativity and great Iraqi ability," asserting that "Iraq is closer than ever to unity."

"There is an impression in Saudi Arabia that Iraq is following Iran, and there is an impression among the Iraqi public that Saudi Arabia supports terrorism, and the two perceptions are wrong," said Abadi, expressing his hope that relations with Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Arab world would be restored.

"The Kurds, Arabs, Sunnis, Shiites, Turkomans, Christians, Yazidis and all the components of Iraq are citizens of the first degree," Abadi said.

"The results of the Iraqi investigations indicate that Saddam is responsible for killing them by gathering them in a house after his bombing," Abadi said. Finished




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