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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 30, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 30, 2016

Post by rocky on Fri 30 Sep 2016, 3:31 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 30, 2016
Posted on September 30, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Iraqi PM tells Kurds not to use Mosul battle to expand territory[/size]
Baghdad: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi asked Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani not to exploit the war on Islamic State to expand the Kurds’ territory, according to a government statement published after their meeting on Thursday in Baghdad. The meeting discussed the preparation for the battle to dislodge Islamic State from Mosul, the largest city under the ultra-hardline Sunni group’s control, in northern Iraq. Kurdish Peshmerga forces are expected to take part in the assault on the city that Abadi wants to retake this year, with the backing of a U.S.-led coalition. “The aim of the battle should not be territorial conflicts but to free the citizens from the persecution of Daesh,” said Abadi during talks with Kurdish delegation led by Barzani.
[size=13]Turkish fighter jets bomb alleged PKK targets in Iraqi Kurdistan[/size]
Erbil: Turkish fighters jets bomb PKK targets in Iraqi Kurdistan and Turkey’s southeastern Kurdish Hakkari province, the military said Thursday, state-run Anadolu Agency reported.A statement by the Turkish General Staff revealed the destroyed targets included Kurdish rebels shelters and weapons dumps.

[size=13]Barzani optimistic about future of Erbil-Baghdad relations[/size]
Baghdad: Masoud Barzani and is optimistic Erbil and Baghdad will find solutions for the disputes between the two governments, including on the issue of independence for the Kurdistan Region. “We do not look to break away from Iraq. This is wrong when they say the Kurdistan Region asked to secede. But we ask for independence, and this our natural right. We will discuss it with Baghdad and there should be an understanding with Baghdad on this,” Barzani said in a joint press conference with Ammar al-Hakim, leader of the Iraqi National Alliance, in Baghdad on Thursday. Barzani is in Baghdad along with a delegation of Kurdish politicians representing four political parties; they met with Iraqi officials including Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
[size=13]Time has come to break from Iraq, says radical Kurdish cleric Mullah Krekar[/size]
The Kurdish cleric and extremests leader Mullah Krekar says he would support Kurdish independence “wholeheartedly” although he has lost faith in Kurdish parties in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region. Krekar, who has been convicted in Norway for links to acts of terror, told Rudaw in an interview that he would want to return to the Kurdistan Region, but in a lawful manner. The radical cleric is wanted in Kurdistan and Iraq for leading an outlawed terror group in the 1990s known as Ansar al-Islam, which is accused of mass killings in several Kurdish villages in 2001. In the interview, Krekar categorically denied any link to the infamous Kheli Hama massacre, where entire families were beheaded by Ansar militants. |
[size=13]Kurdistan oil minister unimpressed with Baghdad’s financial pledges to region[/size]
Erbil: Baghdad’s offer to provide funds to cover salaries of Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) employees on condition that the Kurdish government hands over it oil to Baghdad will not cover even half Erbil’s payroll, said the KRG’s minister of natural resources. “What Baghdad is saying is not in the interest of the Kurdistan Region because Baghdad won’t provide salaries for 1,400,000 employees for us. What Baghdad is saying is not enough to provide half the salaries, even under austerity measures, never mind the complete salary,” Ashti Hawrami said in the KRG’s Council of Ministers meeting on Thursday. The KRG’s budget has been hard hit by a number of factors, including, according to Hawrami, Baghdad’s decision to halt exportation of Kirkuk’s oil. “The Iraqi government’s decision to halt exportation of Kirkuk oil had a negative impact on the Kurdistan budget over the past six months,” Hawrami said.
[size=13]Kurds begin shaving their head, eyebrows in support of Peshmerga member[/size]
Kurdish people have begun to shave part of their head in support of a member of Peshmerga forces, whose hair and eyebrows were shaved by members of “security forces” in Erbil on Monday. Hemin Bnaslaway, a member of the Change Movement (Gorran) and a Peshmerga member, posted a photo to his Facebook account and said “security [Asayish] forces” kidnapped him and his son at his home in Bnaslawa in Erbil. “They brought an electric razor at the Prde checkpoint and shaved a side of my eyebrow and my hair,” Bnaslaway told NRT. “The hair and eyebrow will grow again but my thoughts won’t be changed.” He added the men had shaved his hair and eyebrows after he wanted to participate in a protest in Erbil.

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