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Shares in Irish-based exploret Petrel Resources jumped more than 37 percent on Friday, following the announcement of a possible deal in Iraq.
The Board said that negotiations on “a potential Iraqi investment are at an advanced stage whereby a private company with extensive hydrocarbon interests in Iraq would inject an asset into Petrel in return for a minority shareholding in Petrel as well as board representation. ”


Baghdad (newsletter). Member of the Finance Committee, MP for the Kurdistan blocs Coalition//Jimmy, parliamentary Committee seeking to legislate a special law for Islamic banking allows banks to Government work in accordance with the Islamic Sharia, in addition to modifying the banks kaon.
He said capable (News Agency): the current banking law new purpose, many experts and specialists advising the House Finance Committee and in particular the new code of banking legislation in line with the current stage and the developments in various fields.
He added: Islamic banking in Iraq began to operate and grow so turned the Ministry of finance opens Islamic banking Windows at Government banks, the fact that the majority of Iraqi people are Muslim and committed to religious beliefs and warned against dealing with commercial banks ‘ interest-based ‘.
He continued: so the urgent necessity for the legislation of a special law for Islamic banks organized work and allows the creation of specialized government banks to Islamic banking, Finance Committee seeks to achieve this

Accused the demonstrators in Anbar and Salahuddin, Kirkuk and Diyala government yesterday, regardless of the militias ‘targeting Sunnis in the country’, and urged the preacher of the protesters in Kirkuk to find a replacement for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, calling for activating the proposed regions, a student preacher F Fallujah, the United Nations and the Arab League to take their role to stop the ‘genocide against the Sunnis’.
The preacher sit-gray happy Fayyad during his Friday sermon which was held on the international road in Ramadi and attended (range Press), that ‘the government and the views of internal and external support militias and gangs killing and displacement, are working on the threat of Sunnis and the community, without accounting and protection of the innocent. ’
Fayyad added that ‘the Sunnis and the community in Iraq are subjected to the worst circumstances of the killing, displacement and destruction of their homes before the eyes of the army and the police, who do not noting that ‘these militias have influence and authority as if it is the governing and controlling the country. ’
In Diyala invited to and orator F Diyala Sheikh Shihab al-Badri all political liquidation of the atmosphere between them because they are the cause of the scourge in the province ‘, noting that’ who kill Shiites and Sunnis is the same person who wants the collapse of the province and returned to the dark days’.
Badri said ‘we went out because of the injustice and the injustice done to us and are to the right and we are Sunnis, we practiced genocide’, calling on Sunnis to ‘go out and protect themselves from the oppression of the militias’.
Badri called on the government, ‘do its duty and legitimate legal protection of mosques and places of worship across the province’, telling it of that ‘you can not the Sunnis Vsikhrjohn the protection to protect themselves because their patience is running out, which is doing militias against them. ’
He told the preacher as protests Kirkuk Sheikh Ahmed Said, which was held in the mosque of forgiveness district and one in June south of the city, and attended (Long Press), that ‘Iraq is being subjected to the most heinous scheme aims to kill his sons and disperse assembled and silence their voices in the face of injustice’, and ‘We recommend that all the Iraqi people with the support and the assignment of Iraq’s Sunni uprising because they do not just want their rights raped them ‘.
He called Happy National Alliance to ‘find a replacement for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki coalition’, and attributed the cause to that ‘Iraq is heading to the collapse of security, institutional and social because of the failure of the government’s plans’, and pointed out that’ the month of Ramadan without a card ration no electricity, no water, no fuel and bloodshed and injustice everywhere. ‘
He called the Sunni Almentvdh cities to ‘reconsider its judgment on the draft Regions’, praising ‘the experience of the Kurds in the Kurdistan region across the province on their people and their status. ’
In Fallujah, accused the imam and preacher of the protesters Tariq Hamid government ‘silence for the militias and gangs that operate on genocide’ Ahlu Sunna group ‘, adding that’ the government did not implement the rights of the protesters and their demands, but increased in the arrest of innocent people and raid their homes even become prisons only the Sunnis’.
He called in front of the Khatib F Fallujah, the United Nations and international humanitarian organizations and the Arab League to ‘take their role and to stop the genocide against the Sunnis in Iraq’.
Khatib said in front of F as protests Samarra Diab al-Samarrai said ‘Our message to the militias, the Sunnis and the community Cishakonkm their feet and crushed the idolaters day of Badr’, noting that ‘the government militias, however, the government managed and driven by time you like’.
He added that the Samurai ‘is strange is that the government is considering favorably to the actions of militia al-Maliki has admitted in one of his speeches that the militias have a significant impact in the government, calling for’ the people of the year and the group to form their own force to protect themselves and their honor and sanctities’.
Samarrai stressed that ‘protesters are involved in Aatsamathm of the while achieving the demands which they went out and would not stop. ’

Baghdad/ NINA /–Sales of dollar by the Central Bank of Iraq CBI and purchase of other foreign currencies on Sunday auction rose to 210 million and 986 thousand dollars, after having hitt on last Thursday auction the level of 151 and 358 thousand dollars, with a stable exchange rate of 1166 dinars per dollar.

The daily bulletin issued by the Central Bank said : ” The demand for dollar was ranging on today’s auction around the level of 28 million dollars, that sold in cash./End


Iraq: the start of procedures to delete 3 zeros from Alamlha the
July 27, 2013
BAGHDAD, Iraq – said the Finance Committee representative in Iraq, said the central bank, according to the communications of the official start of this year procedures deleting three zeros from the local currency, saying that it would lead to the development of cash transactions and international economic, in a new development at the level of currency Iraq, which has suffered large waves of inflation and the decline in exchange rates.
It quoted “IMN” official member of the Finance Committee, Abdul Hussein al-Yasiri, saying that he is supposed to begin preparations necessary to delete the three zeroes from the local currency, adding that the local currency “will reduce from four billion units to one billion units, which will make a smooth flow in the process of transfer of the currency. “
Yasiri between the Finance Committee “to make changes to support the local currency because of the economic importance of the country. ” The central bank says that the deletion of zeros is part of a plan to develop its monetary policy and currency management reform.
The CBI had said last August that he plans to delete the zeros from the Iraqi dinar to facilitate financial transactions carried out through cash in most cases.
Among the difficulties faced by Iraq if they wanted to embark on the deletion of zeros from the dinar is pulling about 30 trillion dinars in circulation in the Iraqi market now, then get rid of them and replace them with a new currency.
Baghdad, Iraq –Iraq’s parliamentary Finance Committee that the Central Bank, according to official correspondence, will start this year with three zeros deleted from the local currency, saying it will lead to the development of international economic and monetary transactions, in a new twist in the Iraqi currency, which suffered waves of inflation and exchange rates.
“The Iraqi media network,” the official, a member of the Finance Committee, Abdul Hussein Al-yasiri, said that he would begin preparations for the deletion of three zeros from the local currency, adding that the local currency “will cut 4 billion to billion, which will make a smooth transfer currency”.
Yaseri that the Finance Committee “supports the changes to the local currency because of the economic importance to the country. ” the Central Bank said that the deletion of zeros is part of a plan to develop monetary policy and currency management reform.
The CBI had said in August that it planned to delete the zeros of the Iraqi dinar to facilitate financial transactions made through criticism most often.
Among the difficulties facing Iraq if he wanted to delete the zeros of the dinar is pulling about 30 trillion dinars circulating in the Iraqi market is then discarded and replaced with a new

07/25/13 . . Now that Massoud Barzani has ensured he is Iraqi Kurdistan?s President for another two years, many are wondering if he?s actually gunning for an even better job: President of Iraq. And if so, when will he move to Baghdad?
Through clever sleight of legislation, Iraqi Kurdistan?s President has managed to extend his term in office, which was supposed to finish at the end of August 2013, for a further two years. And now some are saying it?s just preparation for Massoud Barzani?s next job: President of Iraq.
The current President of Iraq is another Iraqi Kurdish politician, Jalal Talabani. The government of Iraqi Kurdistan is dominated by two major parties, Barzani?s Kurdistan Democratic Party, the KDP, and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, or PUK, which Talabani heads. The two parties have agreed to share power in the semi-autonomous region, which has its own parliament, military and legislation- and this includes splitting important political positions.
But Talabani, generally considered the elder statesman of Iraqi Kurdish politics, has not been well for some time and locals suggest that Barzani may like to take his place soon.
Having made a big effort to remain in power until Iraq?s next parliamentary elections ? slated for 2014 ? he will then be able to swap the presidency of Iraqi Kurdistan for that of Iraq. In this way Barzani will retain a senior post for the Iraqi Kurdish people.
?That?s why Barzani was kept in the current job: it?s to keep the position of the Iraqi presidency open for the Iraqi Kurdish,? a senior politician and strategist with the PUK, Fareed Asrad, told NIQASH. ?It is also meant to help solve the current political crisis around the region?s presidency. ?
After all if Barzani is nominated for the job and has to go to Baghdad, then his old job will open up and this would resolve the conflict around the Iraqi Kurdish presidency: many believe Barzani should not be allowed to keep this job for another two years.
The only problem would be the long standing agreement between the PUK and KDP that says that if one party holds the regional presidency then the other should have the national one. This may need to be renegotiated, Asrad notes.
Out in federal Iraq itself, some Iraqi MPs have already said they?d support the idea of Barzani becoming Iraq?s president.
After Barzani?s recent visit to Baghdad where he met with Iraq?s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and where the pair demonstrated notably warmer relations, some reports in the Kurdish media said that al-Maliki had already asked Barzani to nominate himself for the Iraqi presidency and that in return, he expected Barzani to support his own ambitions to become Prime Minister for another term.
“In general terms, we have good relations with Barzani and the Kurdish and we would have no problem if Barzani was to become president,? Ali al-Shala, an MP for al-Maliki’s State of Law party, told NIQASH. But, he added, that there was actually nothing concrete to report and that members of his party hadn?t discussed this matter at all, as far as he knew.
?Barzani?s strong personality makes him a good candidate for the job,? says Talal al-Zobaie, an MP for the opposition?s Iraqiya List. ?He has the ability to work for all Iraqi political parties and he can play a major role in safeguarding the country?s interests. ?
However there are others who think Barzani is unsuitable because he has been openly confrontational with the current central government, and those confrontations have verged on military.
Alia Nassif, an MP for the Iraqiya list, is one of these. She doesn?t think Barzani has any chance of getting Talabani?s job. ?Talabani has an Iraqi identity,? Nassif explains. ?He was representing all of Iraq. But Barzani can?t do that, he sees things only from the Kurdish point of view and from the point of view of his party. That?s why he?s not suitable to hold this position. ?
And what do Barzani and his party think of all this rampant speculation? There?s no real indication ? the only thing that is certain is that it hasn?t been mentioned in any serious way – yet.
Iraqi Kurdish MP Abdul Salam Barrawi told NIQASH he didn?t think it was uppermost in Barzani?s mind right now. ?Barzani has said on several occasions that he doesn’t want to go to Baghdad and that he only wants to serve Kurdistan,” Barrawi says. He notes that it?s something that Barzani might start thinking seriously about once his current two years as Iraqi Kurdish President are up.

Report: Iraq’s Maliki says Iran wants nuke talks with US

07/26/2013 15:35

Iraqi PM informs Obama administration that Rouhani serious about direct talks over nuclear program.

Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Photo: REUTERS

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of Iraq told the Obama administration this month that Iran wants direct talks with the US on its nuclear program, according to a report in The New York Times on Friday that cited Western officials. Maliki said that Iraq was prepared to facilitate the negotiations.

Maliki sent the message to the US ambassador in Baghdad earlier this month and he suggested that he was relaying a message from Iranian officials who said that Iran’s incoming President Hassan Rouhani, "would be serious about any discussions with the US," according to the report.


The Iraqi leader indicated that he had been in touch with "confidants" of Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei but some Western officials remained uncertain whether the idea was "mainly Maliki’s initiative," the Times reported.

The report quoted US State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell who said that the US was "open to direct talks with Iran in order to resolve the international community’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program."

At the beginning of July members of the US House of Representatives, in a letter to the White House called on President Barack Obama to continue implementing a strict sanctions regimen on the Islamic Republic over its disputed nuclear program.

The bipartisan group of 43 congressmen, including the Republican chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and its Democratic ranking member, called the election of Hassan Rouhani unfair and unfree by international standards– and likely a ruse by Iran to buy time for progress on its nuclear program.

In June, Iran said it would press ahead with its uranium enrichment program signaling no change of course despite Rouhani’s presidential win.

Fereydoun Abbasi-Davani, head of the Islamic Republic’s Atomic Energy Organization, said production of nuclear fuel would "continue in line with our declared goals. The enrichment linked to fuel production will also not change."

Michael Wilner and Reuters contributed to this report.


Baghdad (NINA) – Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki criticized the current Constitution, describing it as not fit to build a state.

Meeting on Tuesday, July 23, with a number of specialists in politics and economy, telecasted, on the semi official Iraqiya channel, Maliki said, “It is not possible to build a state where militias and gangs leaders exist.”

Maliki pointed out to violations in Parliament, when enacting legislations; adding that he had told President Jalal Talabani of that. / End.




Wethrin: Just pause a moment, and think of yourself parked in that chair on the beach, white sand beneath your feet, cool beer in your hand, water glistening in the distance, warm sun on your face, and the sweet island breeze carrying softly to you the hint of grilled steaks, with an exotic melody being played on the steel drums off in the distance as you watch the beautiful people go about their business. 

As you sit there, you realize you are truly debt free, those you love are provided for, and you dont have an ounce of stress left in your body.  Gently, you notice someone tapping you lightly on your shoulder, “Excuse me,” they say, “Its time for your massage”…. 
Do you receive it today?     It’s going to be goooooood!
[musicman] When you start to step out of the dinar box into the real world applications of inte gathering it make perfect sence. You are trying to get information that others are trying to hide

[Dr Rich] . Last Saturday, the G20 all agreed for all of the currencies to have a free float, and to be driven by the market. Eventually, the IQD will have a managed rate, and will not be allowed to free float. Dr. Shabibi has told us all of his plans, so why can’t we just understand what he is saying. And, yes he is still in control of the CBI for the IMF!

[558626listner]  the global reset was designed to take the lack of manipulation and transparency away and the free float seems to me to still allow for those two things where the managaed float support by laws in effect does
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[MarkF] I have heard we are in a 24/72 hour window.

[bigjohn&sugarbear] Wish someone would break the window so we can get out    

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[Diogenes] Jack Lew to be on four major networks Sunday morning to discuss growing the economy from the middle class out.    http://www.treasury.gov/connect/blog/Pages/Tune-In-Secretary-Lew-on-the-Sunday-Shows.aspx

[justbelieve7] Austin-Powers-For-PM Did you see this clip on Fox news yesterday with Varney about investing in Iraq?   http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/2567683635001/should-you-invest-in-iraq/?playlist_id=932683241001



[xyz] omg HOTTER AGAIN? ….. Iraq Stock Market Report . Note: The Iraqi Government has announced that next Thursday (August 1, 2013) will be a public holiday due to high temperatures. Therefore, ISX will be closed on August 1, 2013.   http://www.iraq-businessnews.com/2013/07/27/iraq-stock-market-report-87/

[Labrador99] xyz they have better weather forcasting than we do! LOL LOL

[xyz] Labrador99 lol

[Achmed] it’s always hot in Iraq, something is going on here



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Banking sources: Outlook of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar in the coming days

Saturday, 27/07/2013

Parliamentary sources confirmed, Tuesday, that the rate of the Iraqi dinar will rise versus the dollar in the coming days in light of steps taken by the Central Bank of Iraq. According to a source in the Iraqi Central Bank “parliamentarians, officials and economists praised the reduction in the exchange rate of the dollar and the high price of the Iraqi dinar in the light of steps taken by the Central Bank and banks in this area, which is reflected in this activity”. The source stressed that “this is expected to continue to decline for the dollar and that the rate of the Iraqi dinar has improved more over the next few days according to the indications of the Central Bank and the market.” The report recommended that the International Monetary Fund, Iraq the pace of structural reform to boost growth and job creation in the private sector, and the need to continue the rational management of the foreign reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq and the Development Fund for Iraq. The Bank had earlier said (19 July), that Iraqi banks Association agreed with the Central Bank reduced the cash dollar exchange rate instead of the dinar to 1180-1184 Iraqi dinar as of last Sunday, with the expectation that you responded to this initiative, all banks, he indicated that this reduction will bring great benefit to the citizen.







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We all Need a Tree!

I hired a plumber to help me restore an old farmhouse, and after he had Just finished 
a rough first day on the job: a flat tire made him lose an Hour of work, his 
electric drill quit and his ancient one ton truck Refused to start.

While I drove him home, he sat in stony silence. On arriving, he invited Me 
in to meet his family.

As we walked toward the front door, he paused Briefly at a small tree, touching the tips of the branches with both Hands.

When opening the door he underwent an amazing transformation.. His face Was 
wreathed in smiles and he hugged his two small children and gave his Wife a 

Afterward he walked me to the car. We passed the tree and my curiosity Got the better of me. I asked 
him about what I had seen him do Earlier.

‘Oh, that’s my trouble tree,’ he replied ‘I know I can’t help having Troubles on the job, but one 
thing’s for sure, those troubles don’t Belong in the house with my wife and 
the children..

So I just hang them Up on the tree every night when I come  home, and ask God to take care of Them. Then in the morning I pick them up again.’ ‘Funny thing is,’ he Smiled,’ when I come out in the morning to pick ’em up, there aren’t Nearly as many as I remember hanging up the night  before.’


Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might as well dance. We all Need a Tree!