America will not return archive of the Jews of Iraq and retreat in its agreement

Jewish news agency JTA,The story of the Iraqi Jewish Archive began in the second Gulf War with the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, when US forces transferred it to documentation and preservation in the United States.

The archives were found during the second Gulf War at Saddam Hussein's headquarters.

The archive contains 2700 articles, including a copy of the Bible dating back to 1568, ancient copies of the Babylonian Talmud and the Zohar, and a wealth of information about the lives of the Jews of Babylon and Iraq over the years.

The kings of the beauty of Iraq and Israel, Sarah Idan and Edar Gundelsman meet in Jerusalem

Miss Iraq, Sarah Idan, published photographs of her on The Ingram, with Miss Israel managing Gandalzman, and commented: "We met again."

Miss Iraq of 2017 appears in another picture and is eating a gourmet meal at an Iraqi Jewish restaurant in Jerusalem.

The man of Iran in Iraq is trying to thwart the government after he left the political circle

The man of the Iranian regime in Iraq, Nuri al-Maliki, began to put obstacles in the formation of the new Iraqi government, speaking of violations in the electoral process.

Nuri al-Maliki lost the election according to the results of the preliminary semi-final, where the list obtained only 25 seats, after his share in the outgoing council 90.

Iraq: Video Porn for Candidate in Elections in Prime Minister's Coalition

Independent Electoral Commission in Iraq excluded the candidate Nasr Ahmed from the list «victory»,

 Led by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, of the legislative elections scheduled for May 12 next.

The decision of the Commission came after the spread of a video of the pornographic candidate in social networking sites, with a Saudi national.

Where did the body of Saddam Hussein disappear?

Where did the body of the late Iraqi President Saddam Hussein disappear? After his grave was blown up in the town of Awja and 12 years of his execution.

Iraqis believed that three did not end, the war with Iran, the siege, Saddam Hussein, and after the fall of Baghdad in the hands of US forces in 2003, began the search for Saddam Hussein, who was out of sight for about eight months.

Interview with Iraqi doctor and politician Mowaffaq al-Rubaie who executed Saddam Hussein

The magazine "Time" America conducted a dialogue with the Iraqi doctor and politician, Mowafaq al-Rubaie, who executed the death of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.

The US magazine noted that Rubaie retains the same rope, which was used in the execution of Saddam Hussein on December 30, 2006, especially as he claims to be the withdrawal of the arm of the execution platform on which stood the late Iraqi president.

Photos: The best cities for living

Mercer International Consulting has released the list of the world's best living cities for 2018, according to the annual survey

The company's survey of 231 cities helps companies and institutions identify compensation allowances and subsistence allowances for international workers.

The criteria included political stability, health care, education, crime, recreation and transport.

Convert the palace of the late Iraqi President Saddam Hussein into a building of the American University

One of Saddam Hussein's palaces has been turned into a building for the American University, according to German news agency DPA.

An Iraqi official said that one of the presidential palaces built in the era of Saddam Hussein and the surrounding area was allocated to the American University of Baghdad.

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