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PostSubject: Iraqi official demands $11 billion from Iran for 'terrorism' losses   Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:32 am


A customer looks at an Iranian-made washing machine at a shop in Baghdad on Aug. 8, 2018. (Photo: AFP)


ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – A senior Iraqi politician on Thursday asked Tehran to compensate its neighbor with billions of dollars for the “millions killed” after the Iranian government “let al-Qaeda” cross over into Iraq after the fall of the Ba’athist regime.


Faiq al-Sheikh Ali—head of the newly-formed Civilized Alliance that won 3 seats in the May 12 Iraqi election—made the statement on social media in response to Mahmoud Sadeghi, a member of Iranian Parliament (Majlis), who demanded reparations from Baghdad for the eight-year war, which he estimated at USD 1.1 trillion.


In a social media post, Sadeghi lamented Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s decision to abide by the US-re-imposed sanctions on Iran.
“In response to the representative in the Islamic Consultative Assembly [Majlis member], that demanded USD 1.1 billion as compensation for war,” Ali began in his post, mistakenly translating the original post by Sadeghi which demanded USD 1.1 trillion.
On behalf of families of the victims of terrorism, I ask you and your country to pay 11 billion US dollars as compensation for the 1 million Iraqis you killed when you let al-Qaeda into our country since 2003 under the pretext of fighting the Americans!” Ali said on his Twitter account.
http://www.kurdistan24.net/en/news/89ab3a76-8998-4d23-9c9a-801036c13a16


Well this is interesting, Iran is asking for reparations from Iraq, and now Iraq is countering by asking for reparations from Iran.... 
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PostSubject: Re: Iraqi official demands $11 billion from Iran for 'terrorism' losses   Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:50 am

girlbye  at least you are one of the few who understands whats going on. one more thing Malaki  is leading the charge to get usd into iran and as a result Iraq will suffer greatly
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PostSubject: Re: Iraqi official demands $11 billion from Iran for 'terrorism' losses   Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:04 pm

A deputy presents a proposal on the war with Iran and describes Iraq's position as "cowardly"



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A former member of the Iraqi parliament, Faiq al-Sheikh Ali, presented a proposal to define Iraq's and Iran's financial commitments on the eight-year war between the two countries.

"As a politician, a jurist and a deputy, I propose to the next government of Iraq to ask the United Nations to issue a new international resolution specifying the obligations of Iraq and Iran on the eight-year war," Sheikh Ali said in a tweet followed by "Shafak News." Season, aimed at blackmailing Iraq, in the shadow of a cowardly Iraqi silence. "

Iranian MPs recently stressed the need for Iraq to provide more than $ 1,000 billion to Iran as compensation for the war between the two countries from 1980 to 1988. 

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/abc2dfd3-b111-4aa2-a634-ec15664518d1
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PostSubject: Re: Iraqi official demands $11 billion from Iran for 'terrorism' losses   Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:05 pm

@GirlBye wrote:
Well this is interesting, Iran is asking for reparations from Iraq, and now Iraq is countering by asking for reparations from Iran....

Interesting indeed...
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PostSubject: Re: Iraqi official demands $11 billion from Iran for 'terrorism' losses   Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:59 pm

Thank you Jayzze and RamblerNash,
I think this entire process is fascinating. I am curious how these request will be mediated by the UN. 
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