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subgirl says to Precool27():Parliamentary Security Committee hosts defense minister
The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee hosted the Minister of Defense, Irfan Hayali, the Inspector General and the Legal Advisor to the Ministry, and other leaders.
A parliamentary source said that "the hosting was to discuss the developments of military operations to liberate Mosul, the ministry's allocations, logistical support, intelligence efforts, aircraft contracts, equipment, arming and retirement of military and coordination between the military units and security services to monitor breaches, and the work of border posts and recent violations."
subgirl says to Precool27):important to read the news articles daily... study for yourself...
subgirl says to Precool27():this investment is going to be so HUGE when it is all done, the biggest investment I have ever been apart of??
subgirl says to Precool27():I am going to be able to retire when this is over and so thankful...
eman4u55 says():i need pictures s42
subgirl says to Precool27():as many people in this room... so study hard and learn and read so you will know and understand this investment...
subgirl says to eman4u55():s39
subgirl says to eman4u55():well eman , there is pictures in the forum lol
subgirl says to eman4u55():some anyhow lol
eman4u55 says):Caviar for Christmas breakfast
Named Versailles, this is the Florida residence of David Siegel, who made his fortune in timeshare homes, and his wife Jackie. The couple set out to build the largest home in the US. It is Christmas morning and Jackie, seated left, is eating caviar.
eman4u55 says():how the other half live
subgirl says to eman4u55():oh my goodness! that is crazy!!
subgirl says to eman4u55():wonder how big this house is?
eman4u55 says():to big
subgirl says to eman4u55():lol
clay says to eman4u55():hey buddy
subgirl says to eman4u55():I dont want anything like that..
clay says to subgirl():me neither
eman4u55 says to clay():sup bud
eman4u55 says to clay():my headline will read.. Raisin Bran - for Christmas breakfast
clay says to eman4u55():lol
subgirl says to eman4u55():lol
subgirl says to eman4u55():that is funny lol
eman4u55 says():.. American Versailles, a 90,000-square-foot behemoth near Orlando, FL,
subgirl says to eman4u55():WOW!!! that is a lot to keep clean!
clay says to subgirl():clean hel l I'd get lost and they'd have to come and find me s39
eman4u55 says():someone could get lost in there and you couldn't find them unless they wanted you to
subgirl says to clay()::ahaha lol no doubt lol
clay says to eman4u55():LOL
subgirl says to eman4u55():exactly lol
subgirl says to eman4u55():it would be a maze every night lol
subgirl says to eman4u55():where is my bedroom lol lol lol
eman4u55 says():i would easy to find just set up surveillance at all the bathrooms i'll be in there 2 or3 times a night s40
subgirl says to eman4u55():lol
eman4u55 says():yepor there will a hole lot more cleaning needed
subgirl says to eman4u55():lol oh my lol
subgirl says):New bridge reunites Mosul as Iraqi forces gear up for final assault
Iraqi military engineers installed a new floating bridge across the Tigris river on Wednesday, reconnecting the two halves of Mosul to facilitate troop deployments ahead of a final assault to dislodge Islamic State.
All five bridges connecting the two sides of the city bisected by the Tigris were struck by the U.S.-led coalition in order to hinder the militants' movements in the early stages of the campaign to retake Mosul last year.
Seven months on, Iraqi forces have removed Islamic State from all but a pocket of territory in the western half of Mosul, including the Old City, where the militants are expected to make their last stand.
It is set to be the most complex battleground yet.
"This floating bridge is very important for deploying reinforcements to the west side rapidly to build up adequate forces to sweep the Old City soon," Colonel Haitham al-Taie told Reuters.
Taie said the bridge in the Hawi al-Kaneesa area would also spare fleeing civilians from making a long journey to the nearest crossing point, about 30 km (20 miles) south of Mosul.
The United Nations said last week up to 200,000 more people may flee as Iraqi forces push to retake the rest of the city.
The militants are effectively holding hundreds of thousands of civilians hostage as human shields to slow their advance.
subgirl says():Iraq orders investigation into abuses reported in Mosul battle
Iraq's interior minister on Wednesday ordered an investigation into allegations that members of the security forces had tortured, killed and abused civilians in the campaign to oust Islamic State militants from Mosul.
The inquiry was in response to a report by the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel last week that included images of apparent torture taken by a freelance photographer embedded with the Interior Ministry's elite Emergency Response Division (ERD).
Photographs showed detainees accused of affiliation with Islamic State hanging from the ceiling with their arms bent behind them, and the journalist wrote of prisoners being tortured to death, raped and stabbed with knives.
"The Interior Minister ordered investigators to conduct a clear and fair inquiry...(and) to take legal measures against those who are negligent if the investigation proves so," a ministry statement said on Wednesday.
The ERD is one of several government security forces backed by a U.S.-led coalition that have dislodged Islamic State from all but a pocket of territory in the western half of Mosul in seven months of fighting.
"Individuals or units failing to uphold that standard (of human rights) do a disservice to their sacrifice and must be investigated & held accountable," Brett McGurk, Washington's envoy to the U.S.-led coalition, said on Twitter, alluding to the Spiegel report.
In a statement, the ERD accused Der Spiegel of publishing a report based on "fabricated and unreal images".
The photographer said he had initially intended to document the heroism of Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State but that a darker side of the war had gradually been revealed to him.
The soldiers with whom he was embedded allowed him to witness and photograph the alleged torture scenes, he said. He has now fled Iraq with his family, fearing for his safety.
subgirl says():Opening a new commercial port between Iraq and Iran
The Ministry of Interior has agreed to open a new border crossing between Iraq and Iran for commercial exchange.
"The Iraqi Interior Ministry has agreed to reopen the common border in the town of Dahlran," said Hussein Ali Moussavi, governor of the town of Dahlran in southwestern Iran, in a press statement announcing the start of trade exchange between Iran and Iraq via the border crossing of Cheelat.
The Iranian official stressed the importance of this step in the recruitment of border opportunities available in Dahlan in favor of the desired economic objectives, and securing employment opportunities in this Iranian town.
The town of Dahlan is 220 km from the Iran-Iraq border.
The commercial attache at the Iraqi embassy in Tehran, Shaker Razak, announced on 28 April that Iran is the third exporter of goods to Iraq.
clay says():Daddy Trump not gonna be a Happy camper
subgirl says():nope he is not...
subgirl says():Parliamentary and vital security discuss the file of appointments and change some leaders
The Defense and Security Committee hosted on Wednesday the Minister of Defense Irfan al-Hayali to discuss the file of appointments in the ministry and change the security leadership that did not prove its efficiency.
The Chairman of the Committee on Security and Defense Parliamentary Governor Zamili in a statement, "The hosting of the Minister of Defense comes within the hosting of a number of security services periodic."
"The defense committee attaches great importance to the Ministry of Defense as it has provided a great deal of control over Iraqi territory," he said.
He pointed out that "promises by the Prime Minister on special appointments are to procrastination and procrastination."
He stressed that "his committee looks forward to the Ministry of Defense in resolving these outstanding issues, especially changes in the failed leaders and those who have not proved their competence in the field."
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