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    What is the impact of “factional attacks” on raising the dollar exchange rate and the Sudanese role

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    Post by Rocky Tue 07 Nov 2023, 9:16 am

    What is the impact of “factional attacks” on raising the dollar exchange rate and the Sudanese role in stopping them? (details)
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    Today, Tuesday (November 7, 2023), economic expert Hammam Al-Shamaa identified the impact of attacks by armed factions on raising the dollar exchange rate, while highlighting the role of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani in stopping those attacks.
    Al-Shamaa said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “a rise in the dollar exchange rate in the coming period is possible, but not because of American measures in response to attacks by armed factions, because if they want to respond, they will respond, in addition to that they realize that the Sudanese are unable to confront those factions, or rather, they are not.” He has the authority, but Washington is asking him to stop the bombing as a means of pressure.”
    He added, "The dollar's rise came for several reasons, including psychological factors accompanied by economic conditions and people's feeling of anxiety, so some people collect dollars, in addition to the central bank's measures reducing psychological reassurance. Therefore, it can be said that the dollar's rise is not due to American measures that go to a specific path." It is preventing the delivery of the dollar to Iran, and it is not a means of revenge against the Sudanese, and it realizes that it is unable to do anything at the present time regarding the factions.”
    Al-Shamaa admitted, “The attacks of the armed factions have a major impact on the dollar exchange rate from the psychological aspect because they raise anxiety and a state of uncertainty about the future, especially if the battles expand and we enter the tunnel of open war. Then the dinar becomes a currency that cannot be purchased with, so some people seek to obtain the dollar to protect it.” "His future."
    Earlier, political science professor Iyad Al-Anbar identified the dividing line that would lead the United States of America to take the decision of direct confrontation with the armed factions in Iraq.
    Al-Anbar told “Baghdad Today” that “the United States of America taking the decision to directly confront the armed factions in Iraq is possible and possible, especially since this matter is linked to the nature of the attacks launched by those factions on the American forces, if these attacks cause human losses.” Here, the American response will be at the level of damage.”
    He added, "Until this moment, there is no human damage on the American side due to the attacks launched by the armed factions, but if the type of faction attacks develops, then the American reaction will certainly be in accordance with the American threats and warnings, and the response will be proportional to the extent of the damage."
    The political affairs researcher stated, “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani is obligated to act in accordance with what he declared and promised, that he will not allow any party to make the decision to go to war, and on this basis it is the law, and if Al-Sudani is unable to prevent the targeting of American goals and interests, it will be "In an embarrassing situation before the international community, this may lead to various problems and crises."
    The Wall Street Journal had quoted Pentagon officials as saying, "The attacks in Iraq are now clearly aimed at killing soldiers, and not to inflict psychological and material damage, as was the case with previous bombing operations."
    The American side's losses as a result of the continuous attacks on its bases in Iraq and Syria amounted to 28 casualties.
    After the end of his meeting with Al-Sudani, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that his country "is sending a very clear message to those who threaten American military personnel that they should not do that."
    Blinken stated, "We do not want any confrontation with Iran, but we will take all measures to protect our forces and our citizens," noting that he "had very good and frank talks with the Iraqi Prime Minister."
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