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CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:42 AM): Jordan lifted the state of alert at the border with Iraq after the defeat of Ramadi Daash History of edits:: 2015/12/28 17:48 • 59 visits readable
[Follow-where] It lifted the leadership of the Jordanian border guards, on Monday, the state of alert at the border with Iraq after the defeat of the terrorist gangs Daash liberalization of Ramadi city center.
It attributed the Jordanian military leadership this measure to repel any attempt of Daash to move closer to the borders of Jordan after the defection of elements including outside Ramadi.
The Joint Special Operations Command announced Monday edit gray city full of Daash terrorist gangs and raise the Iraqi flag over the center of the city government building, and stressed that the restoration of urban operations will continue until the complete liberalization of the rest of the Iraqi cities of terrorists in the country and re-displaced them.
It is said that Iraqi forces have been able to restore military government building
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:42 AM): https://translate.google.com/transla...toryid%3D25434
BGG says to Dr Dave(11:42 AM): personally - none of that matters IMHO.
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:43 AM): when you run a mapquest or whatever on the distance from both jordan and ramadi you'll scratch your head a few times
BGG says to Dr Dave(11:43 AM): referencing the items you mention.
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:43 AM): both ramadi and mosul I meant to say from Jordan
Dr Dave says(11:44 AM): Time will tell BBG....
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:44 AM): how serious was the alert ban? Flashback article...
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:44 AM): Flashback article... Jordan shaken by threats from ISIS, Iraq, Syria - Al-Monitor ... http://www.al-monitor.com/.../jordan...lafi-jihadist-... Page not found
Al‑Monitor Jun 25, 2014 - Jordan shaken by threats from ISIS, Iraq, Syria ... (ISIS), by beefing up military presence on the eastern front and heightening the state of alert.
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:45 AM): distance between jordan and ramadi...over 700 miles...distance from jordan to mosul 550 miles
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:46 AM): think about that a few times and tells me Jordan must not be concerned about Mosul or Ramadi as much anymore
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:47 AM): in fact, mosul is closer to Jordan than Ramadi lol
TNvolunteer says(11:47 AM): Serious question regarding items being in the Gazette making them law... the 2015 budget was passed and published in the Gazette... about halfway through the year I remember Mr. White saying "Iraq is on the hook for fulfilling this budget"... or some dollar amount something like that... Did they ever fulfill their 2015 budget? If not, then just because it is in the Gazette does not necessarily mean they will follow through... or did they fulfill the budget with these loans?
CanTWaitwoRV says to jtank(11:47 AM): twisted
jtank says(11:49 AM): yep
MadDScout says(11:50 AM) http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...the-budget-law
jtank says(11:50 AM): many previous budgets shelved
luvmydream says(11:51 AM): but do we believe the IMF would allow that to happen?
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eman4u55 says(11:52 AM): well the only thing i know sure is that it is time for football BBL (})
ljenterprises says(11:54 AM): eman4u55: Correct! It is going to be a long day of football
graylnjo says(11:54 AM): Maybe the IMF will apply pressure.......How do you say "get off the dime" in Arabic :D
Dr Dave says(11:58 AM): So we have to get after Christine lagarde to push that button
crank7 says(12:05 PM): TNvolunteer........... My serious question is "was the 2016 budget ever posted in the Gazette?
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rcookie says(12:13 PM): OK...HERE YOU GO DU.....THIS IS FROM SALEH...PROBABLY DOESNT MEAN MUCH TO SOME...
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rcookie says(12:14 PM): Saleh: The government will allocate taxes to bridge the budget deficit will not resort to layoffs
Author: BS Editor: AT, BS 01/03/2016 20:43 Number of Views: 119 Long-Presse / Baghdad
Stressed the economic advisor to the Prime Minister, said on Sunday that the Iraqi government will not resort to layoffs or compromising their salaries, and while noting that the government will adopt several measures to cover the deficit in the budget, including the imposition of taxes and bonds, bank borrowing, pointed out that the Ministry of Electricity has not aggregated up to now only 20% of the wage tax collection.
The adviser said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, said in an interview for the program (people and government) which displays the channel long screen space, "Some is covered in the media about layoffs and stop their salaries and laid off is part of the strategies media war against the Iraqi state," stressing that "talk is not accurate and the government is careful not to
rcookie says(12:14 PM): prejudice the lives of citizens and staff salaries as much as you eat some of the popular and media circles. "
Saleh pointed out that "there are several actions the Iraqi government will take to fill Agr in the general budget of the country, includes 13 steps, including activation of taxation and resort to borrowing bank bonds and restructuring some institutions of departments and factories that do not work since 2003, and paid its employees salaries up to now," He pointed out that "the staff of these institutions will not be laid off or laid off, but there's assets and administrative controls to ensure their business."
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rcookie says(12:15 PM): Saleh pointed out, that "the subject of collection is still below the required level and must be activated in accordance with the financial challenges that Iraq is going through," pointing out that "the Ministry of Electricity did not answer only 20% of the amount of what Asthsal of wage tax collection."
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JETSET says(12:19 PM): if they are going to use tax reveunue to bridge the budget gap... 8-|
Rlsunsfan says(12:50 PM): lindsey sterling- she's a neighbor- she's a talented girl- thanks for posting
da58 says(12:50 PM): thanks rcookie... "strategies media war against the Iraqi state," has been pointed out more than once... and it's becoming pretty darn obvious.
luvmydream says(12:51 PM): thanks larry that was awesome
larrykn says(12:51 PM): yw , she is so talented :)
oldmechanic says(12:52 PM): she got me...
Rlsunsfan says(12:52 PM): she did a video with a good friend of ours- she has helped a ton of young people
larrykn says(12:53 PM): can't believe she got turned away by America got talent
Rlsunsfan says(12:54 PM): I can- they turned away alex boye
oldmechanic says(12:54 PM): RLs, she is the kind of person that i would want to give $ too. to be able to be the middle person to help people.
oldmechanic says(12:55 PM): you can see where her heart is, and i feel she would help then put to much in her pocket.
Rlsunsfan says(12:56 PM): https://youtu.be/jLnL63cXmD8 this is lndsey and william
MadDScout says(1:18 PM): http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...016-budget-law
MadDScout says(1:29 PM): http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...ciliation-files
BGG says(1:38 PM): rlsunsfan - unfortunately - often times the reality TV shows turn away true talent in favor of cheap ratings.
BGG says(1:39 PM): a train wreck... you can't watch - you can't look away. :D
BGG says(1:40 PM): the other bad news... music and melody is a dime a dozen... soooooooo much talent out there - but lyrics... one in a MILLION
puffdragon says to larrykn(1:44 PM): No matter of the talent, no one will get anywhere with the liberal media that shows a belief in God and speaks it, I enjoyed watching those videos a real plasure ! Thanks for sharing.
diane1 says to CanuckLady(1:45 PM): so we are all still waiting for the when it will happen ? let's hope (soon) and not six months from now.
rcookie says(1:52 PM): Sunday, January 3, 2016 20:19
Parliamentary Integrity: Medhat al-Mahmoud on the recognition Ptlka the judiciary in the fight against corruption instead of acquittal
/ .. revealed to the Parliamentary Integrity Committee member Ribawar Taha, Sunday, that the committee made during the current parliamentary session approximately 600 file corruption to the Integrity Commission and the prosecution but not resolved properly, while calling the Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud to recognize Ptlka elimination fight spoilers rather than an acquittal, after he challenged Mahmoud regulators in the presence of the reluctance of the judicial work in the country.
Taha said in an interview with / Baghdadi News /, that "the Parliamentary Integrity Committee made during the current session of the parliamentary approximately 600 file corruption to the Integrity
rcookie says(1:52 PM): Commission and the prosecution but not resolved properly," and called on "the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud to recognize Ptlka judicial work in the fight against corruption instead of being acquitted and the prosecution integrity of the judiciary in the country. "
He added that "there are senior officials in the government were involved files of numerous corruption," noting that "the existence of political parties to protect them from the judiciary accountable, as he emphasized that eliminating the perpetrators not held accountable for squandering public funds and loss, and several non-independent for the existence of hidden hands-run."
rcookie says(1:52 PM): He said the "recent arrest memoranda issued by the Iraqi judiciary have not been implemented, issuance came to absorb the anger the fans who came out in the capital Baghdad and other governorates calling for reform of the judicial system and work."
He Ribawar Taha that "the Parliamentary Integrity Committee when the referral of many of the files of corruption to the judiciary for taking a course in pleading a lack of judicial cadre in the resolution of those files," pointing out that "in previous years were not a financial crisis in the country to prevent the elimination of the provision of the judicial staff are full in order to accomplish what is offered to him from different files. " It ended 21 / g
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rcookie says(2:02 PM): UK AND EVERY OTHER EUROPEAN ALLY SHARES OPINION...
RickeyT says to rcookie(2:02 PM): who wants to be like Europe?
rcookie says(2:03 PM): WHO CARES...
diane1 says to RickeyT(2:03 PM): NOT ME I WANT TO BE AN AMERICAN
rcookie says(2:03 PM): I DO RICKEY....HIGHEST QUALITY OF LIFE...HEALTH...EDUCATION...LIFE EXPECTANCY...WHATEVER...
Baxter1243 says(2:14 PM): When I went to Ohio State in 1970.... it cost me about 600 dollars a quarter to go to school..
jackflash101st says to diane1(2:15 PM): well the same holds true to our vererans they go fight for our country come home and cannot find a job..o is far too concerned about all the illegals and syrians coming in the country...what a joke!!
plowboy says to Baxter1243(2:15 PM): yeah, me too I went to Texas Tech 1969-1974. It was really do-able
RickeyT says(2:15 PM): someone graduates college and make 600k a year, the professors feel they should make that also, after all, they taught him...
rcookie says(2:17 PM): WHY ARENT STUDENTS DOING THE DUE DILLIGENCE TO PURSUE DEGREE FIELDS THAT MEET WORLD ECONOMY MARKET TRENDS...AND OPPORTUNITIES...AND ATTENDING SCHOOLS OR ALTERNATIVES MORE ECONOMICALLY SUITABLE FOR RETORN ON INVESTMENT AGAINST THEIR DEGREE COSTS....
rcookie says(2:18 PM): MUST BE SOME ONE ELSES FAULT....
RickeyT says to rcookie(2:19 PM): their parents, have you ever been on a Spring break? real brainiacs
puffdragon says to rudie(2:29 PM): Hi Rudie, good afternoon, are we expecting to see Millionday this afternoon ?:)
jd says(2:33 PM): Iraqs unemployment rate excedes 22%.Good luck collecting thoose T&Ts.
Pablo says(2:33 PM): Shucks, will just have to RV.
rcookie says(2:36 PM): SAUDI ARABIA ANNOUNCES SEVERING DIPLOMATIC TIES WITH IRAN....
diane1 says to graylnjo(2:38 PM): THEY HAD JERRY LEWIS TALKING ABOUT TRUMP, GOD BLESS JERRY LEWIS HE IS 89
rcookie says(2:39 PM): OK DU....SOME MORE PROBABLY NOT SO INTERESTING EVIDENCE AND INDICATION OF CUSTOM TARIFFS...OVER AND ABOVE ALL THE IRANIAN BORDER REPORTS OF YESTERDAY....HMMMMMMMMMMM
diane1 says to graylnjo(2:39 PM): I THOUGHT SO THERE WAS A VIDEO WITH JERRY LEWIS AND ED SULLIVAN I COULD NOT STOP LAUGHING TOOO FUNNY
dwightj says(2:40 PM): IF YOU WILL ALL THINK BACK FOUR YEARS WE ALL THOUGHT THERE WAS NO WAY OBUMMER WOULD WIN AGAIN AND WE WERE WRONG SO DONT COUNT IT A DONE DILL TILL ITS DONE
graylnjo says(2:40 PM): I remember Martin and Lewis in their heyday when I was a kid in the 50's
diane1 says to rcookie(2:40 PM): there was an article earlier about the delay in Iran sanctions, would tha t delay the tariffs
rcookie says(2:41 PM): Turkish minister: will open the crossing (Habur) border with Iraq as of Monday
1-3-2016 Minister of Customs and Trade Turkish Bulent Tovnkja announced Sunday he will open the crossing (Habur) border with Iraq in (Şırnak Province) south-east of Turkey starting on Monday after closing earlier for security reasons.
Said Tovnkja in a statement to reporters after his meeting with the Wali (Şırnak Province) Ali Sow and other officials of the Customs in crossing the 500 mechanism will pass to Iraq and 750 mechanism will enter Turkey in the first phase, pointing out that his government is aware of the importance of the Habur crossing for exporters and residents of the area.
He added that there is a continuing security operations to combat terrorism in the districts of (Silopi and Gizrh) in (Şırnak Province), stressing continue these operations until the elimination of all terrorists.
rcookie says(2:41 PM): In its assessment of the economic data relating to the crossing Tovnkja pointed out that a large part of our exports during 2015 crossed this border gate and sends most of the exporters in the eastern and south-eastern regions of Istanbul and their products to the Middle East, especially Iraq.
Send a cause and Turkey recently 150 soldiers, accompanied by a number of tanks near the Iraqi city of Mosul Ba'shiqah area to replace the Turkish unit stationed there two and a half outbreak of a diplomatic crisis between Ankara and Baghdad since it considered that the entry of the last soldiers to prejudice its sovereignty and demanded by dragging them.
diane1 says to dwightj(2:41 PM): no but we can still pray
rcookie says(2:41 PM): http://translate.googleusercontent.c...agcTBbgCWhT32Q
wmawhite says to rcookie(2:43 PM): WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
rcookie says(2:43 PM): PROBABLY HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH CUSTOM TARIFF ANNOUNCEMENTS...OR REPORTS OF MOU'S WITH NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES IN SECURING BORDER CHECKPOINTS...AND ROADS...AND ....WHATEVER...
ljenterprises says(2:43 PM): rcookie: Thanks as aslways
wmawhite says to rcookie(2:43 PM): Is this something like an announcement, but not an announcement.
diane1 says to rcookie(2:44 PM): thank you for all you do
wmawhite says to rcookie(2:44 PM): At least I made the first announcement.
rcookie says(2:44 PM): YES...THEY PROBABLY ARE JUST EXCHANGING RECIPES AND COUPONS....
wmawhite says to rcookie(2:45 PM): checking on how the family is doing.
rcookie says(2:45 PM): AND THATS WITH TURKEY!!!
wmawhite says to rcookie(2:46 PM): Maybe it has something to do with the amount of trade between the two countries............you think????
diane1 says to rcookie(2:46 PM): i like turkey with stuffing and cranberry sauce thank you.
RickeyT says(2:46 PM): wasn't Turkey forced to move a check point?
rcookie says(2:48 PM): Saleh: The government will allocate taxes to bridge the budget deficit will not resort to layoffs Author: BS Editor: AT, BS 01/03/2016 20:43 Long-Presse / Baghdad
poppy3 says(2:48 PM): LOOK FRIENDS LACK OF FORMALL EDUCATION IS NOT THE PROBLEM IT IS DESIRE TO BE A SUCCESS THAT IS NOT INSTILLED IN THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF AMERICA .
THEY HAVE NO AMBITION TO PICK ANY FIELD TO DIRECT THEIR EFFORTS TO. AND BECOME A FACTOR IN THAT CAREER. THEY ARE ALL TOLD FROM A YOUNG AGE GET A JOB GET A JOB AND ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS LOOK AROUND AND SEE THE JOBS AVAILABLE ARE NO WHERE.
( FLIPPING HAMBURGERS ) a few tech JOBS VERY FEW. THESE YOUNG ADULTS NEED TO BE TAUGHT AT A YOUNG AGE TO BELIEVE IN THEMSELVES AND NOT BEATDOWN BY FAMILY AND SCHOOLS
rcookie says(2:48 PM): HMMM....PROBABLY NOT RELATED WHATSOEVER..........
poppy3 says(2:50 PM): i never got a college degree till after i had developed two multi million dollar businesses then i went back and finished my degree that wasnt in the study i started and neither where the fields i built my businesses in.
rcookie says(2:51 PM): WELL SPOKEN...AND ASSUME ACCOUNTABILITY FOR DUE DILLIGENCE ON CAREER PATHS...AND ATTACK WITH EARS PINNED BACK AND HAIR ON FIRE IN THE ULTRA COMPETITIVE REAL WORLD WHERE EVERYBODY DOES NOT GET A TROPHY....ONLY THE BEST DO!!!!!!!!!!!!
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