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Bits and Pieces in Dinarland Monday Night 3-27-17

KTFA:

Don961: Article: Abadi: Where were the plaintiffs to defend civilians when they were under the oppression of Daesh?

What'd he say ?? .... Mr A knows what's up ..(see article below) . recognizes smear campaigns when he sees them ... these allegations against the International Coalition for bombing innocent civilians is just that .... " the Almighty cries and claims of targeting civilians , aimed at saving Aldoaash at the last minute and stop international support for Iraq in its war against terrorism." ....

Like he says, where were all the outcries before when Mosul was handed over to Daesh ?? 

His aim all along is to protect citizens' lives as much as possible ... and it's, a discredit to those who have sacrificed their lives to restore what was handed over to Daesh by previous leadership .... he will not allow such a takeover by the same people again !....

Bottom line .... " the results of his visit to the United States and the success achieved, along with the upcoming meetings in Arab Summit and the importance of going out a unified position and a new vision and an end to the differences side".... there's a reason he is going to the Summit in place of Masum ...IMO
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Dinar Updates Monday Late AM Chat   3-27-17  Part 2 of 2

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Dinar Updates Monday Late AM Chat   3-27-17  Part 2 of 2
 
 
Loop says():Abadi, will head the Iraqi delegation at the Arab summit instead of President Fuad Masum
 
27-03-2017 02:52 PM Revealed Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi will head the Iraqi delegation at the Arab summit, which begins next Wednesday in the Jordanian capital, Amman, instead of the President of the Republic Fuad Masum.
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Dinar Updates Monday Late AM Chat   3-27-17  Part 1 of 2

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Dinar Updates Monday Late AM Chat   3-27-17  Part 1 of 2
 
 
Loop says():UK MP: “Huge potential for growth in Iraq”
 
IBBC NEWS:  21-03-2017 Ms Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh MP, Trade and Investment spokesperson for SNP, gives Keynote Speech to members at IBBC Council Meeting Dinner: “Huge potential for growth in Iraq”.
 
Thank you very much for that warm welcome, and the invitation to speak to you all this evening.
 
If it wasn’t already challenging enough to address such a senior and knowledgeable audience, I was delighted to hear that I’d be introduced by my friend and fellow Member of Parliament, Mr Salmond.
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Look At These Inflation Numbers - Notice A Trend?

Notes From The Field  By Simon Black
March 27, 2017   Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile 

Look at these inflation numbers. Notice a trend?


I’ll start today with a confession: I’m an unabashed optimist. 

I believe that this is one of the most exciting times in all of human history to be alive. And with good reason. 

Think about it-- compared to thousands of years of violent warfare that ravaged most of the world’s major cities, we live in an era of relative peace. 

Pockets of conflict will always exist. But right now there’s no major world war… no persistent threat of nuclear annihilation. 
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