Nadita File – 09/23/2014 Post Brought From Dinar Daily
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Ukraine Crisis : Chess reported Russia backed rebels in Ukraine say they are matching moves by government troops to withdraw heavy artillery. Part of truce agreement signed last week.
Fighting ISIS : Calkid11 heard US leads airstrikes in eastern Syria against ISIS. US partnering with Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and UAE.
US also carried out its own air attacks on al qaeda affiliate west of Syrian city of Aleppo. Says group plotting attacks against US and western interests.
Pres. Obama in his press conference this afternoon says 40 nations have offered to help in our efforts. Pleased with bipartisan support for actions we have taken. His goal is to keep terrorists from finding any safe haven. Strength of coalition makes clear this is not just our fight.
Genx4me is happy to hear Pres. Erdogan says Turkey could give “military or logistics” support to US led campaign. ISIS recently freed 46 Turkish hostages, could be the bargain to treat Baghdadi.
Other News : Boosterbglee is in New York to witness more than 100 world leaders are gathering for a UN Summit on climate change. Pres. Obama pledging help for other nations on global warming.
Pres. Obama to meet leaders of Iraq, Israel, and Egypt in coming days. Some meetings to take place at the UN this week.
Snowglobe7 heard WHO says number of Ebola cases could hit 21,000 in 6 weeks unless efforts to curb outbreak increased. Estimated 5,800 cases in West Africa.
CDC says Ebola cases could reach up to 1.4M in West Africa by late January. Top range of estimate assumes cases are significantly under reported.
Thriver feels justice is served as Osama bin Laden’s son in law sentenced to life in prison for his conviction in terrorism case. He was the voice of al qaeda recruitment videos after 9/11 attacks.
NBC news source says al qaeda affiliate, Khorasan, has tested explosive devices they plan to bring on planes. They’re experienced veterans of al qaeda.
New York Jury finds Arab bank PLC knowingly financed Hamas terrorist attacks in Israel. Must pay victims. This is the first case of its kind to reach trial and I hope they find more banks and fine them for their doing.
Officials say two Palestinians suspected in killing of three Israeli teens killed in shootout. Suspected mastermind has already been arrested. Israel says it shot down a Syrian aircraft that infiltrated its airspace over Golan Heights. Israel used the Patriot missile air defense system.
Littlesam says prayer for three dead, including gunman, in shooting at UPS facility in Birmingham, AL. Police says gunman was fired from UPS yesterday, killed himself.
On lighter side, “Think Like A Man Too” is redbox’s top DVD rental. “Captain America” and “The Other Woman” in top 3.
The bull sliped 111 points today. Stocks struggle again as Alibaba hangover still lingers. Consumer staples, industrial lag. Nasdaq flirts with 5 week low. S&P500 down 3rd day.
Russell 2000 hits first “death cross” in over two years on Monday. Syria airstrikes, tax inversions in focus.
Oil gains, gold higher but near 8.5 months low, closed at $1,224, silver at $17.79, copper at $3.03. Crude oil at $91.68.
Tekmira Pharma’s (TKMR) Ebola drug shows promising signs after being administerd to doctor infected with virus. The stock gained 2% at trading today, closed at $24.11.
Wiljor is smiling as GoPro (GPRO) still going strong as it gained another 6.75%, closed at $72.88. Could it reach $75 by Friday? Facebook (FB) will unveil new advertising platform to improve effectiveness of online ads. Facebook gained 1.94%, closed at $78.29. A good stock to watch.
Alibaba down 2nd consecutive trading day after historic IPO. Yahoo, with stake in Alibaba, down nearly 10% since Alibaba’s Wall Street debut.
Burger King $11.5B purchase of Tim Horton’s will proceed, deal not about tax breaks.
GM to move Cadillac headquarters to New York in 2015 as part of luxury division reorganization
Jimmy Choo plans IPO on London Stock Exchange. Offering would value luxury shoe maker at more than $1.1B. Starbucks says it’s testing latte has the “savory toasty malt” flavor of a foamy mug of stout.
Mohammed El-Erian says he would have handled PIMCO departure differently now. He says he left company to spend more time with his family.
Carl Icahn may pump in $100M to save ailing Atlantic City casino Trump Taj Mahal. Taj’s owner filed for bankruptcy on September 9th.
Apple denies tech crunch report it’s shutting down Beat Music service. Microsoft to launch Xbox One in China on September 29th. 1st launch since 14 year ban on sales of foreign game consoles.
Sony to launch PlayStation TV set-top box for $100 on October 14th.
The International Space Station has accepted another SpaceX shipment. This one contains the first 3-D printer ever launched into orbit.
Treasury takes actions to curb tax inversion deals. New rules include banning “hopscotch” loans, raising ownership levels. Treasury tax inversion rules don’t apply to deals closed before Monday. Secy Lew says Treasury is reviewing other possible action.
UK regulator fines Barclays $62M for client fund failings. SEC settles with Barclays over systemic compliance failures after it bought Lehman Bros unit in 2008.
From Dinar Land : The long waited air campaign against ISIL headquarters in Syria finally materialized with the backing of 5 regional countries which mainly are Sunnis.
Vietnam1969 said ISIL was expecting the strike but not to the extent of severity, there was still an element of surprise. Pentagon said airstrikes were precise in order to avoid civilian casualties.
The airstrikes will continue but the intensity will be less as ISIL expected to use civilians as human shields and try to hide their military hardware. The strikes will have resounding impact on ISIL and their supporters.
The strikes were welcome by Iraqi security forces and Kurdistan peshmerga, boosting their morale to continue to fight ISIL. US has conducted 200 airstrikes in Iraq but not defeating ISIL yet.
Extrememarine59 said US airstrikes in Syria killed estimated tens and maybe hundreds of terrorists. Airstrikes were conducted on a group known as Khorasan, an al qaeda affiliate who publicly threatened to kill Americans and other Westerners.
Captl1 confirmed Jordan is involved in airstrikes against ISIL in Syria. Jordan has a long border with Syria and terrorists frequently try to infiltrate into Jordanian territory. Jordan is a strong US ally in is targeted by extremists.
Iraqi air forces conducted aistrikes against ISIL killing four and injuring at least ten in area 25 km southwest of Kirkuk. Anti terrorism unit bombed ISIL positions in northern Babel province killing five queen bees and injuring scores of worker bees.
Men armed with automatic weapons went on a shooting spree in Eastern Baghdad, three civilians were killed in the random shooting. A car bomb exploded in eastern Baghdad killing at least two and injuring eight civilians. Intelligence source said the bomb was dignated remotely.
PM Abadi as the Supreme Commander of Armed Forces ordered two generals to go on retirement as a move meant to diversify the armed forces leadership according to military analysis.
“Government Reform” is a phrase being heard from the main street to government officials and representatives.
Corruption is deeply engraved and bribery is a way of life in every level of society from top to bottom which are not unusual in Middle East or emerging economies but corruption carries its dangerous side effects such as awarding a project to the wrong people or companies that may hurt the development of infrastructure.
In democracy when people are caught in corruption, they are brought to justice in a spectacular and transparent way. That is why it’s gaining momentum in Iraqi government. A politician who remains anonymous said it may take years to make a dent but you have to start somewhere.
The building of infrastructure in Iraq is going regardless of security issue according to its five year plan for 2013-2017. Some plans will be revised in according to the situation currently in the areas.
Funding is and will always be available for housing projects as it is the cornerstone of economy in the coming stages and provides employment to hundreds of thousands of Iraqis on a continuous basis.
In spite of the security situation Iraq is receiving an increase inquiry of companies interested in investing in Iraq. International banks are also encouraged to establish branches in Iraq as they will attract more investors.
Gymrat76541 hopes they approve 2014 budget very soon, as the acting Minister of Treasury Mohammed al-Sudani said that approving spending for the last three months of 2014 will help in preparing 2015 budget.
It will also help in allocating funds for the security forces. He expects to get positive responses from the parliament.
From Rumor Land : Millionday says CBI has put in place that Iraq has to use the national currency which is dinar.
Poppy3 doubts Iraq will hold up now since they have been voting on their holidays for two months.
Pepperoni on pizza says Iraq said they will vote before the holiday.
Exogen sasks if you really think UNSC would allow global airstrikes to be coordinated out of Iraq, if there was no defense minister, no interior minister, no completed GOI, and the country still has a currency valued at 1/8 of a penny to now pay the new global war bills and debts?
TNT Tony says the rv is going to happen and we are in good position and he expects it before the 1st.
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Have a blessed week with your family :)
Please take a minute of your busy day to pray or say a blessing for Pres. Obama, America and our allies and our servicemen and women who are in the frontlines whether they are in the air or on the ground..
May God protect them and keep them safe and cover them with His precious blood and send His angels to watch over them. May the enemy be blinded and confused to where they suppose to go. Let us see God moves. Thank you :)