Forcing Minority Shiite Sharia Financial Laws Over Majority Sunni Citizens. Rothschild’s Imperialist Dog & Pony Show!
BAGHDAD — Iraq’s political crisis deepened Monday, with Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki [British Rothschild’s Minority Shiite Sharia Financial Law] entrenching himself in the capital’s International Zone while the coalition his political party belongs to nominated a rival to succeed him as head of the government.
Iraqi President Fouad Massoum named former Maliki ally Haider al Abadi [British Rothschild’s Minority Shiite Sharia Financial Law] as the country’s next prime minister after the National Iraqi Alliance, the country’s largest minority Shiite political bloc, nominated him.
June 18, 2014 (Tony Cartalucci – NEO) – When a fire is raging, firefighters are called – not the arsonist who started it, especially if they return to the scene of the crime dragging a barrel of gasoline behind them. Yet, this is precisely what the US proposes – that they – the geopolitical arsonists – be allowed to return to Iraq to extinguish the threat of heavily armed sectarian militants streaming from NATO territory in Turkey and edging ever closer to Baghdad.
Under The Banner Of An Obscure Abstract Nomenclatured Name Such As ISIS, The Middle East NWO Henchmen For The Banking Cabal -> Muslim Brotherhood regroups in Iraq after being kicked out of Egypt July 2013.
When oil giant Exxon Mobil sold half of its stake in Iraq’s giant West Qurna-1 oil field to Asian investors in August, it marked a watershed moment for the Iraqi oil industry.
As recently as four years ago, Big Oil was clamouring to get a piece of the prolific Iraqi oilfields. Geologically-compliant and near the hungry markets of Europe and Asia, Iraq was the great prize for Big Oil. With reserves of 143 billion barrels of oil – the fifth largest in the world – Iraq is often seen as the last of the low-hanging fruits in the oil world.
Nihad Mossa, director general of the Ministry of Oil’s State Company for Oil Projects (SCOP), told The Jordan Timeson Monday that Jordan and Iraq have signed an $18-billion agreement to build a 1,056 mile double pipeline that will supply Jordan with crude oil and natural gas.
After years of sparring on how to divide the country’s oil royalties, Baghdad and the Kurds in northern Iraq are reported to have finally struck a deal on budget allocations, Deputy Prime Minister Rooz Shawees have said.