Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 11-12-15
Wealthwatch Thursday Morning Chat 11-12-15 Part 1 of 2
Donnie: The agenda of the session number (36) Thursday 12 November 2015
chattels: Parliament will vote tomorrow on a peaceful demonstration property and installed in agricultural land law www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: Will Washington put more boots on the ground in Iraq? The Oct. 22 raid by US and Iraqi forces to release hostages of the Islamic State (IS) seemed to represent a qualitative leap in military cooperation between the countries. However, the raid provoked controversy over whether the United States informed the proper Iraqi officials ahead of time — and how the answer could affect Iraq's sovereignty. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
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Butifldrm: BAGHDAD - scales News It ended the House of Representatives, on Thursday, the second reading of the general amnesty law. The House of Representatives decided on the inclusion of the second reading of the general amnesty law in the agenda of the meeting on Thursday. The House of Representatives held its 36th legislative term of the first of the second legislative enacted, today, under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 235 deputies. / Ended 29 n / 10
Butifldrm: www.mawazin.net/%D8%A7%D9... LINK
chattels: No mention of a date for voting on the amnesty law .
chattels: Sinjar operation begins www.iraqoilreport.com/new... LINK
chattels: Published Thursday, November 12th, 2015 Thousands of Peshmerga affiliated with the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) have massed weapons and troops in positions overlooking Sinjar, preparing for an operation to retake the town along with the Yezidi militias and Kurdish factions that were competing to take the lead only days ago.U.S.-led coalition aircraft, which have stepped up bombing raids in and around Sinjar over the past two weeks, ..........
Butifldrm: ‹@chattels› Mr. Jubouri face to convene a meeting of the heads of parliamentary blocs on Sunday to discuss the request from the National Minorities on the card and the law of the three presidencies of the Federal Court as well as the general amnesty law.
chattels: The Council voted on a resolution submitted by the 50 deputy and the support of the Legal Committee includes sufficiency read the report on the draft law and to discuss material contained therein rather than read the bill a second reading in order to improve the performance of the House of Representatives and the effective use of time plenary meeting, according to is the case in some parliaments.
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chattels: the House of Representatives reduced the period of introducing draft laws in the committees in order to speed up the legislation and approval. According to a statement of the Department of Media Council received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "According to the provisions of Article 148 of the Rules of Procedure of the Council, it was decided, the abolition of the text of the second clause of Article 136 of the Rules of Procedure of the House of Representatives and replaced by the following [read the relevant committee report on the draft law after at least two days of the first reading, after receiving proposals editorial then hold the debate it].
chattels: raise the House of Representatives to its regular Saturday www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: A productive day in the Parliamentary session.
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chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region—Peshmerga forces supported by coalition airstrikes launched a major offensive against Islamic State (ISIS) in Shingal (Sinjar) Wednesday night to free the Kurdish Yezidi town from the militant group. “From approximately 2100hrs on 11 November 2015, International Coalition warplanes struck dozens of ISIL fighting positions ahead of Operation Free Sinjar, a Peshmerga-led ground offensive to retake the town of Sinjar from ISIL terrorists.” The Kurdistan Region Security Council (KRSC) said in a press release.
Doug_W: ty "C"
chattels: Five articles from Rudaw on the Shingal offensive rudaw.net/english/kurdist...
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Nofel Hamadi Akup, the governor of Mosul province, said Thursday that the current Peshmerga-led campaign to liberate Shingal should be considered the first step towards recapturing the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul city, where hundreds of thousands of civilians live in captivity.
“The brave Kurdish Peshmerga fighters have launched an assault Thursday to liberate Shingal. Fighting ISIS is not something new to the Peshmerga because ISIS fears the Peshmerga," Akup told Rudaw.
The governor expressed optimism regarding the Shingal operation and said that the Peshmerga will achieve victory and taken a huge step towards controlling Mosul. He said the liberating Shingal would come before an assault on ISIS-held Tal Afar, which would precede the anticipated operation to seize Mosul.
chattels: Map of Mosul area showing the control of the Kurds and DAESH upload.wikimedia.org/wiki...
Doug_W: ‹@chattels› is there a legend 4 that map?
chattels: Both Sinjar and Tal Afar are west of Mosul on Hwy 47 toward Syria. It is the supply line for DAESH in Mosul.
chattels: ‹@Doug_W› Try this link and zoom in : ikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic...
chattels: correction : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isl...
Doug_W: not available "C"
Doug_W: ok ty
Doug_W: MUCH better again, TY
chattels: ‹@Doug_W› go to area of operations map on right hand side
Doug_W: maps I do well
chattels: ‹@Doug_W› :)
Doug_W: when I was 12 or so I was Dad's navigator with paper maps when we traveled
Doug_W: having said that I LOVE my navigation system in my F-150
chattels: It is amazing the length of the front that the Kurds have defended against DAESH
Doug_W: they are motivated is why...
chattels: there will be little left of Shingal when the fighting is done.
chattels: Rudaw footage of carnage in Shingal By Rudaw rudaw.net/english/kurdist...
chattels: the Kurdish Peshmerga forces Thursday freed several villages in the district of Sinjar, west of Mosul. A statement by the cell media war received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of "Kurdish Peshmerga forces managed to free the villages of old and Gazzlki and cut through Daash terrorist gangs supply towards the village of Umm Alveban - Syria." It was cordoned off villages knife and splice and Hyalah, and to complete the encirclement Snjar.
chattels: Peshmerga forces freed Thursday, Qaimmqamah Sinjar, west of Mosul Daash of terrorist gangs. A statement by the military media cell, received by all of Iraq [where], a copy of the troops "cordoned off the villages knife, and splice, and Hyalah, and completed the encirclement of Sinjar district center." He pointed to the "Edit Qaimmqamah Sinjar" . www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
disciple7: Iraqi Kurds launch offensive to retake ISIL-held Sinjar USA Today USA Today USA Today Jane Onyanga-Omara, and Kim Hjelmgaard 12 mins ago SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL A photo taken on November 5, 2015 shows the "Jungle" migrants camp in Calais France beefs up Calais security after migrant clashes YANGON, Nov. 10, 2015--
A child watches the vote counting of the multi-party general election in front of the opposition National League for Democracy headquarters in Yangon, Myanmar, Nov. 10, 2015. Myanmar's Union Election Commission announced 106 parliament representatives-elect on Tuesday as the first-day election result, including 54 to the House of Representatives and 52 to Region or State parliament.
Of the 54 seats in the House of Representatives, the opposition National League for Democracy dominates with 49 and NLD also swept 47 of the 52 seats in Region or State parliament. (Xinhua/U Aung via Getty Images) Burma’s election leaves former patron China with uncomfortable questions Members of the Kurdish peshmerga forces gather in the town of Sinjar, November 12, 2015.© REUTERS/Ari Jalal Members of the Kurdish peshmerga forces gather in the town of Sinjar, November 12, 2015.
Kurdish Iraqi fighters backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes launched a ground offensive Thursday to retake the strategic Iraqi town of Sinjar from the Islamic State. The Kurdistan Region Security Council (KRSC) said in a series of tweets that warplanes struck dozens of positions in Sinjar and the nearby city of Tal Afar.
Both are on the border with Syria. The ground offensive includes up to 7,500 peshmerga fighters — the Kurdish military. The extremists, also known as ISIS or ISIL, overran the northern mountain town in August 2014, causing tens of thousands of religious minority Yazidis to flee. "There is an active firefight with ISIL terrorists in Gulat village in the East front," the KRSC said in a statement. "Radio chatter of an ISIL (leader) can be heard instructing ISIL terrorists t
chattels: Lots of good news militarily @ www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
disciple7: to stay and fight in Sinjar, adding that anyone fleeing the battlefield will be killed," it added. The KRSC said around 30 militants were killed. The KRSC said Kurdish forces reached the key Highway 47, which passes by Sinjar, linking the ISIL strongholds of Raqqa in Syria and Mosul in northern Iraq, cutting off access to Syria and preventing ISIL from making reinforcements.
It said the forces also now controlled three villages. It said its objectives are to clear the militants from Sinjar, take strategic supply routes, and establish "a significant buffer zone" to protect the city and its inhabitants from ISIL fire. It said the number of militants in the town has risen up to 600 due to recent reinforcements by the militants.
Thousands of Yazidis have been slaughtered since the fall of Sinjar and large numbers of Yazidi women have been forced into sexual slavery. Yazidis are ethnically Kurdish and their religion is influenced by Christianity, Islam and Zoroastrianism (an ancient Persian religion).
They have been persecuted by different communities in the Middle East for centuries. Some, including ISIL, consider them to be "devil worshipers." The U.S. military has not commented on the offensive but it comes as Washington expands its fight against militants in Syria and Iraq. Late last month, President Obama approved the deployment of about 50 special forces advisers to work alongside local forces battling ISIL in the region. disciple7: www.msn.com/en-us/news/wo...
disciple7: just seen this on my homepage just figured I would bring in
chattels: ‹@disciple7› thanks for posting
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