Broken Iraq and a Working Kurdistan - http://www.directorstalk.com/broken-iraq-and-a-working-kurdistan/ - #GKP

Broken Iraq and a Working Kurdistan - http://www.directorstalk.com/broken-iraq-and-a-working-kurdistan/ - #GKP

April 2, 2012. London. Americans may not be allowed to watch the historic interview airing in England today and tomorrow. Because of widespread censorship of the news in the US, Americans may not even hear about it. But for the first time ever, the man who single-handedly caused the US to invade the wrong country after the Sept. 11 attacks will speak to reporters in Britain, admitting his lie and telling all. His name is Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, or Curveball to the CIA.

April 2, 2012. London. Americans may not be allowed to watch the historic interview airing in England today and tomorrow. Because of widespread censorship of the news in the US, Americans may not even hear about it. But for the first time ever, the man who single-handedly caused the US to invade the wrong country after the Sept. 11 attacks will speak to reporters in Britain, admitting his lie and telling all. His name is Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, or Curveball to the CIA.

Court rejects federal government’s ‘ludicrous’ emergency rule on Red Snapper fishing - Your Houston News: News

Court rejects federal government’s ‘ludicrous’ emergency rule on Red Snapper fishing - Your Houston News: News

Dinner An interesting bit of history on okra 'hibiscus esculentus', Arabic bamya:  This vegetable was mentioned in ancient Iraq on Assyrian cuneiform tablets dealing with herbal medicines. It was called 'ubanu,' literally 'finger', which brings to mind the English name for okra, 'lady's fingers,' and Iraqi vernacular for okra banya.  Today, okra is a very popular vegetable in Iraq. It is exclusively used for making margat bamya (okra stew).

Dinner An interesting bit of history on okra 'hibiscus esculentus', Arabic bamya: This vegetable was mentioned in ancient Iraq on Assyrian cuneiform tablets dealing with herbal medicines. It was called 'ubanu,' literally 'finger', which brings to mind the English name for okra, 'lady's fingers,' and Iraqi vernacular for okra banya. Today, okra is a very popular vegetable in Iraq. It is exclusively used for making margat bamya (okra stew).

AMERICANS DIDN'T DIE TO ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET FOR MUSLIM TERRORISTS -- I am getting sick of the press dancing around this issue so today I am going to tell it like I see it. You can call me a bigot or intolerant if you want but I am going to speak for the American people today.  Someone has to.  Over 2,000 Americans have lost their lives in Afghanistan.  Over 4,500 Americans have lost their lives in Iraq.  Almost 3,000 Americans died in the 9/11 attacks. [...] 04/29/13

AMERICANS DIDN'T DIE TO ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET FOR MUSLIM TERRORISTS -- I am getting sick of the press dancing around this issue so today I am going to tell it like I see it. You can call me a bigot or intolerant if you want but I am going to speak for the American people today. Someone has to. Over 2,000 Americans have lost their lives in Afghanistan. Over 4,500 Americans have lost their lives in Iraq. Almost 3,000 Americans died in the 9/11 attacks. [...] 04/29/13

Britain is at war: RAF Tornados in the air over Iraq with orders to strike ISIS as SAS teams on the ground prepare to guide arsenal of smart bombs to terrorists' lairs  | Daily Mail Online

Britain is at war: RAF Tornados in the air over Iraq with orders to strike ISIS as SAS teams on the ground prepare to guide arsenal of smart bombs to terrorists' lairs | Daily Mail Online

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