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Rockets falling on dancing , dining Americans within their military bases. It's 3rd night 3rd base under attack.

 

"They (weapons) are coming in from Iran. We're certain of that and we're fairly certain of the types of weapons being employed," Austin said, declining to give further details.

 

"The types of people who are doing this are obviously focused on discrediting the government and trying to prove that the government can't function."

 

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq James Jeffrey said violence had a particular impact on U.S. firms.

 

"What we haven't seen yet ... is a lot of American investment (in Iraq)," Jeffrey told Reuters in an interview.

 

"It (violence) has a certain, particular impact on American investments because of the specific targeting of American entities and firms and kidnappings."

 

It's to be noted that ex US Embassador of Occupied Baghdad is now on BOD having shares in a Norwegian company engaged in looting, plundering of Kurdistan oil.

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Your Pakastani. What do you know of Iraq? The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) oil exports flow through the Turkey pipeline. Ryan Crocker is a great foreign service officer. He is now United States Ambassador to Afghanistan. You are referring to Peter Galbraith moron. He favors the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan.

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Your Pakastani. What do you know of Iraq? The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) oil exports flow through the Turkey pipeline. Ryan Crocker is a great foreign service officer. He is now United States Ambassador to Afghanistan. You are referring to Peter Galbraith moron. He favors the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan.

 

Fragmenting Iraq,as dictated by the USraelis, will not be in the long-term interest of the Kurdish people. The current Kurdish Tarzani (Talibani-Barzani) leadership is cashing US$billions by betraying Iraq and through selling their services to the Americans. Any Israeli-style Kurdish entity in North Iraq will not be viable as it will opposed by the Iraqis and Iraq's neighbours. What ever laws are passed or documents signed in occupied Iraq will be considered as null and void in free Iraq.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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There are approximately 20 million Kurds in Turkey and a relatively small number of short-sighted Kurds in Iraq. Iraq is the only country that gives the Kurds their freedom. For this, Iraq was rewarded by a defiant Kurish leadership that have been working to undermine the country vital interests. Minorities in Iraq have always served foeign occupiers. The Assyrian Christians served the British occupiers, joned their forces and fought and killed Iraqis in 1941.The Sunni Arabs (20% of the population) were appointed to rule Iraq (1918-1958)and served Britain strategic interests. The Kurds are currently serving the Americans and their Israeli dogs. As an examplae, MOSSAD agents operate freely in Sulymania and Arbil and travel south to carry out dirty works and assassinations (355 Iraqi Scientists were killed by MOSSAD) on behalf of the Americans. But all these practices are tied to the occupation and things will eventually return to normality. The Americans have the habits of using and dumping their agents (e.g.The Shah, Marcos, Saddam, Bin laden) and the fate of the Kurdish agents will not be different.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Kurdistan is friends with more countries than the United States and Israel. You fools do not know what you are talking about. Don't try to marginalize relationships.

 

Nerwayi also maintained that Russia “is an old friend of the Kurds. We want to tell the Russian government to support the freedom and democracy that has come about in Iraq so that the disasters that the Kurds and others went through in Iraq will not be repeated.”

 

http://www.rudaw.net/english/kurds/3808.html

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Kurdistan is friends with more countries than the United States and Israel. You fools do not know what you are talking about. Don't try to marginalize relationships.

 

 

 

http://www.rudaw.net/english/kurds/3808.html

 

There is no such thing as Kurdistan, Arabistan, Christianstan, Yazidistan or Tourkemnistan but there is only one Iraq; from Zakhu to AL-Fao. If the Tarzani leadership wants to flirt with the Israelis we can easily retaliate by flirting with the Turks, the Kurds traditional enemy. Let me hear the word Kurdistan after the brutal American occupation was over. The Kurdish people will suffer if they follow the Tarzanis.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Guest The White Man

Kurdistan is friend to US Dollars.

 

 

ExxonMobil has publicly acknowledged its activities in Kurdistan for the first time, though it stopped short of confirming that any contracts have been finalized, testing the U.S. legal reporting requirements meant to protect shareholders.

 

Ever since Oct. 18, 2011, when the company signed six production sharing contracts with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), Exxon has declined to discuss or even confirm the existence of the deals.

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