Parliamentary Finance proceed salary scale and the service as “one basket”: the budget will see the light soon

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He said the parliamentary finance committee member Massoud Rostam, Saturday, for the inclusion of the proposals of the executive departments on operational and investment allocations within the federal budget law, stressing that it shall proceed to the Federal Service Board Act and the salary scale one basket.

He said Rustam’s / scales News / “The 2016 budget was being prepared proposals and state ministries on the inclusion of investment and operational expenditure within the federal budget bill to be discussed extensively with taking into consideration the conditions of economic and political and security of the country.”

He said the parliamentary finance committee member, said “new salary scale for state employees is enacted soon and will start one basket with the service of the Federal Act in the House of Representatives after the completion of its considerations and that there are many measures will be broadcast by the soon to the media on the new project of the budget and the salary scale.”

The “Member of the Committee of Economy and Investment parliamentary Najiba Najib suggested reducing the salaries of staff in the hierarchy of the new salary because of the difficult economic conditions experienced by Iraq.”

This “emphasized the parliamentary finance committee member Abdul Qader Mohammed’s / scales News /, earlier, that the House will seriously upon the arrival of a project the salary scale of the government, which would send it back to the House of Representatives,” noting that “Parliament will vote unanimously” .

The “parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed, earlier, that the committee is waiting” proposals “Government on the salary scale for inclusion supplement federal service law and voting on it in the coming sessions,” stressing that “the ball in the court of the government to put an end to the waste of public money” .anthy / 29 / D 24

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Security sources: hundreds of American soldiers arrive in Anbar

11:37: 09/12/2015

  

Khandan – Iraqi security sources revealed the arrival of hundreds of American soldiers last week to the Habbaniyah base east of Ramadi in Anbar province. 
And the transfer of the channel “Al Jazeera” site for those sources say, that “the arrival of US forces to al-Qaida was accompanied by a complete withdrawal of fighters from the popular crowd all areas located around the city of Ramadi, down to the city of Fallujah to the east.” 
The sources pointed out that “American troops traveling by military vehicles of the type Humvee.” 
These developments come with the imminent launch of a military operation aimed to restore the city of Ramadi to organize “Daash” terrorist who managed to control them about three months ago. 
The security and tribal sources in Anbar announced earlier that the arrival of American soldiers to the base also coincided with the graduation of new courses for volunteer fighters from the sons of the tribes in the province. 

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Published: 2015/9/12 16:21 • 45 Reads

Larijani: Iraq enjoys democratic structure

Follow up (AIN) -Ali Larijani said on Saturday that as an important country in the region, Iraq now enjoys a democratic structure and over recent years, Iran has always taken the side of the Iraqi government and nation.

Larijani, speaking to reporters after a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart Salim Abdullah al-Jabouri , said that Iranian nation and government even under the most difficult conditions and when terrorist moves over recent years targeted Iraq’s domestic structure, have helped Iraq on the request of Baghdad.

‘All of us, especially countries of the region, should consider the fact that the Iraqi people have been capable of forging unity inside Iraq despite existence of diversified structures and ideologies,’ he said.

The top Iranian parliamentarian said the visit of his Iraqi counterpart to Tehran is an honor. ‘Iraq is a neighboring, friendly and brotherly country, and the two nations of Iran and Iraq have since long ago had extensive relations,’ he added.

He noted that fortunately, close ties exist between Iranian and Iraqi parliaments and ‘We have regular and constant consultations, especially among Iranian and Iraqi MPs on different subjects.’

Larijani said talks between him and al-Jabouri focused primarily on promotion of political relations, establishment of sustainable security, campaign against terrorism and increasing volume of commercial transactions.

‘I am confident that the visit of the Iraqi parliament speaker to Iran will be successful because outcome of the visit will help betterment of mutual ties and restoration of calm,’ he added.

Al-Jabouri, for his part, said Iran and Iraq are cooperate jointly in the region to restore security.

He said, ‘Our belief stems from regional data and joint economic and security challenges, especially growth of terrorism in the region, underlining the need for regional countries to mull the issue.’/End/

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Default Al Qaeda Leader Al-Zawahiri Declares War on ISIS ‘Caliph’ Al-Baghdadi

  

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By James Gordon Meek
Sep 10, 2015, 10:10 AM ET

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Fighting ISIS, by the Numbers 
Just ahead of the fourteenth anniversary of al Qaeda’s 9/11 attacks on the U.S., the leader of the terrorist group took aim in an angry speech at a mortal enemy — but not American “crusaders” this time. Rather, the object of his tirade was the leader of ISIS in a declaration of war that will “irreconcilably” divide the two terror groups in a way the U.S. may be able to exploit, experts say. 
Ayman al-Zawahiri, the Egyptian doctor who replaced Osama bin Laden as the head of al Qaeda four years ago, in a new audio message accused ISIS top leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi of “sedition” and insisted the Iraqi terrorist recluse was not the leader of all Muslims and militant jihad as “caliph” of the Islamic State, as al-Baghdadi had claimed 14 months ago in a Mosul mosque. 
“It’s pretty interesting,” said former National Counterterrorism Center Director Matthew Olsen. “Zawahiri until now has not been willing to openly condemn Baghdadi and ISIS. It highlights how deep the division is between al Qaeda leadership and ISIS. It suggests that the differences are irreconcilable.” 
Had ISIS and al Qaeda realigned by joining forces, it “would be terrible,” said Olsen, an ABC News contributor. 
That division — now formally declared by the highest ranking official of the group that slaughtered almost 3,000 Americans 14 years ago in multi-pronged aviation attacks — could provide an opening that American counter-terrorism operatives could find a way to exploit, he added. 
Olsen said the U.S. could use misinformation to further pit the two jihadi menaces against each other and encourage the series of gunfights and assassinations each has waged against the other — like when ISIS reportedly killed a top Zawahiri emissary trying to broker a ceasefire between the fighters in Syria in February 2014. 
The fledgling franchise in Afghanistan and Pakistan, known as IS Khorasan Province, “has been fighting non-stop” with the Taliban and al Qaeda there, a counter-terrorism official told ABC News. “Fighting each other makes our job easier,” said the official in Afghanistan. 

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In the new audio tape, which was released online Wednesday and accompanied by a still image or al-Zawahiri and text of his speech, the al Qaeda leader appeared to confirm that he had not directly addressed infighting among the jihadis of ISIS and al Qaeda’s Syrian wing, Jabhat al-Nusra or the al Nusra Front, for fear of legitimizing ISIS. 
ISIS, formerly the al Qaeda branch in Iraq, split from the larger group two years ago. In the tape, al-Zawahiri complained that Baghdadi had ignored Muslims suffering in Gaza and in Pakistan. 
“We preferred to respond with as little as possible, out of our concern to extinguish the fire of sedition,” Zawahiri explained, “but Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his brothers did not leave us a choice, for they have demanded that all the mujahideen reject their confirmed pledges of allegiance, and to pledge allegiance to them for what they claim of a caliphate.” 
“Everyone was surprised” by Baghdadi’s declaration anointing himself the fourth caliph in Islamic history, Zawahiri remarked, saying al-Baghdadi had done this “without consulting the Muslims.” 
Al-Zawahiri’s sour grapes speech, however, appeared to have been recorded last spring, analysts said, and reiterated past pledges of loyalty to Taliban leader Mullah Omar, who recently was confirmed dead by the Taliban. That appeared to mark a rare misstep for al Qaeda and al-Zawahiri, who once was able to leak his videotaped response to news events as quickly as one week later, but who now is in hiding with a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head. 
Nicholas Palarino, a recently retired senior congressional counter-terrorism adviser who teaches about terrorism at Georgetown University, said al-Zawahiri being forced to call out al-Baghdadi weakens the power of both al Qaeda and ISIS and may offer Arab governments a window of opportunity to drive a wedge between the jihadi groups and those who are flocking to fight in Syria and Iraq. 
“Moderate Muslims need to exploit this rift. The leaders of Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Egypt can explain the differences between these two groups to the world’s Muslims,” Palarino said. 
Though it didn’t foresee the rise of ISIS, former CIA Director Michael Hayden said the intelligence community had predicted a rift in al Qaeda emerging after bin Laden’s death — something like what’s happening now between ISIS and al Qaeda, which the U.S. could use to its advantage. 
“It would be a good idea to do so. We always thought that the death of bin Laden could create a rift between the Egyptians and the other Arabs inside al Qaeda since Zawahiri was an Egyptian. Seems to have played out,” former CIA Director Michael Hayden told ABC News. 
When it comes to exploiting the rift between two deadly extremist groups, however, Hayden cautioned, “You need to be careful.” 

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Abadi directs “severe warning and a letter” after the “reforms”

العبادي يوجه
6:17 p.m.
09/12/2015

Warned the prime minister’s spokesman Haider al-Abadi Office, Saturday, from attempts to “affected” by the reforms recently launched by imposing obstacles to the work of the government, as expressed rejection “underestimated” those reforms, he stressed that the backlog over the past years can not be repaired a few weeks.

Saad al-Sabri, said that “the demonstrators came out after the announcement of the reforms directly to pay tribute to them and declare their support for the Prime Minister in their application,” pointing out that “demonstrations confirms that the reforms to come into contact with a large part of the concerns of the citizen.”

The newborn, that “reform will take time because the backlog over the past years can not be repaired a few weeks, especially since there are constraints and obstacles set by the groups affected interests and other interests will be harmed as a result of the application of the reform packages”.

The newborn, that “there are serious will of the government to move in this direction,” pointing at the same time that “the steps that have been completed can not be underestimated at all.”

Abadi was confirmed on Thursday (10 September 2015), that the recent reforms, including those close to him and the “actors” in the Council of Ministers, while stressing that the reforms are not directed against persons or entities.

It is said that Abadi, recently announced the launch of a series of reform packages and decisions after popular demonstrations and protests took place several Iraqi cities to demand reform and improve the services and the fight against corruption.

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Abadi: There are other reforms to come

By Roudao one hour ago
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Haider al-Abadi

Roudao – Erbil

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi, the continuation of reforms without returning them, noting that the challenges facing the country are many and there are plans to address them.

A statement from the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, seen by Roudao network media, “said the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi denied that the battle reforms aimed at certain personal, calling to refrain from pushing citizens in political conflicts, because citizens have the priority in its strategy, and the provision of services and security and the lives of cream to them. “

Abadi said that misuse of the reforms is not Asestratejyate, stressing Dharor be the administrator responsible for all Iraqis without discrimination or for the benefit of a particular class.

This came during a meeting with the governor of the Prime Minister and the Council of Salahuddin province, which called for a “political dimensions of conflicts on the province, and that Yibzloa do their best for the benefit of the province and freed from terrorism.”

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Central Bank of Iraq denies the raid by US forces

By Mustafa Curran 25 minutes ago
البنك المركزي العراقي
Central Bank of Iraq

Roudao – Erbil

Denied media office of the Central Bank director Nabil al-Najjar, on Saturday, US forces raided the bank and the confiscation of securities.

Najjar said the network media Roudao “The rumors that we heard yesterday, according to which US forces raided the Iraqi Central Bank, and confiscated a lot of bonds, it is not health.

He said Al-Najjar: “After the news spread by the media office of the Central Bank issued a statement about it, the central bank has denied what is said about the raid by US forces.”

Also he added “there are some media want to ignite sedition among citizens by spreading false news far from health.”

It is noted that on Friday spread some reports in the media, that the US force raided the Central Bank of Iraq and confiscated some securities ..
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