Sunday, May 27, 2012

Iranian Nuclear negotiator meets Sistani

BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Top Iranian nuclear negotiator Saad Jalili visisted Karbala and Najaf, and held a meeting with Shiite top cleric Ayatollah al-Sistani, according to Mehr news agency. "After visiting Karbala yesterday, Jalili headed for Najaf on Friday where he paid a visit to Imam Ali bin Abi Taleb's shrine, before holding a meeting with Sistani."

11 comments:

Zeyad said...

Meanwhile in Baghdad, governorate council member Laith al-Dulaimi (another Sunni accused of terrorism charges by liar-in-chief Maliki) throws a sobbing fit and tries to take off his clothes during another self-congratulatory theatrical press conference, claiming he is wrongfully accused by an Interior Ministry official named Col. Riyadh, shouting 'give me sanctuary, he is trying to kill us, he tortured us' before he is subdued.

Anonymous said...

You might want to take a look at these chats hacked from Maliki's mistresses Yahoo Mail account. Very interesting political tidbits there exchanged between Maliki and his secret mistress BAtool AlMusawi, cultural attache at the Iraqi embassy in Sweden.

Anonymous said...

And here the American lawyers letter to the Iraqi website asking to remove the documents for Copyright Infringemnt!

https://picasaweb.google.com/117622031768396135260/DropBox?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCIyW4vm5hcjVuAE&feat=directlink

Make good use of them.

Bruno said...

Other interesting news:

"The flight ends an ordeal that started with the bikers' arrest on May 20 as they traveled on a road trip from Turkey, through Iraq and Iran, and then to Central Asia. The bikers, who had been issued fake visas by a travel company, were detained by a military patrol outside Baghdad and jailed at an Iraqi military base.

After intense negotiations that included a meeting between Russia's ambassador to Iraq and Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, the bikers were released Thursday to the Russian Embassy, where they waited over the weekend for their paperwork to be finalized to leave Iraq.

But their motorcycles remain at the embassy, which has contacted several shipping companies to find out how much it will cost to send them to Russia."

http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/bikers-head-to-moscow-after-iraq-ordeal/459381.html

Petes said...

If Um Ayad was around I'm sure she'd be delighted to post this article/video of a protestor breaking into the Leveson inquiry and accusing Tony Blair of war crimes.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.    said...

 
‘Top Iranian nuclear negotiator Saad Jalili’ meeting with Sistani….  I'd guess the sanctions are being felt, and the Iranians are looking for ways out, probably hoping to get Sistani to come out with a npublic condemnation of the sanctions.

Anonymous said...

Shia always run home to their Big Daddy when theys in trouble

Lynnette In Minnesota said...

It appears that Fereydoon Abbasi, Iran's nuclear chief, said on Sunday that Iran would continue to produce higher-grade uranium.

Lynnette In Minnesota said...

Hacking Yahoo email?

Now where have I heard that before...?

gelnar said...

There are many places in the world where nuclear is used for all sorts of things,why is everyone obsessed with iran using it?

i mean america refuses that thought because of personal matters between those two countries,why do other countries care sense there is an agreement that nuclear is not to be used for war?

and by the way the "Maliki's Scandal" is so tacky?
they are just rumors made by people who don't have a life!

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