Reported by /Michael Den
Iraq continues to suffer the calamities of what criminal gangs from terrorist Islamic group Da'ash have done in their cities, especially what resulted from their deliberate destruction of all the important monuments in the cities of Iraq.
The Anti-Theft Bureau of the Directorate of Crime Prevention in Ninewey, and with the support of intelligence information , could to arrest an accused man who in his possession three antiquitie books belonging to the Christian religion. The gangs of Da'ash had Stolen them from the Museum of Matouma church, which is in the left side of Mosul province.
The burning books show that they belong to a gospel of the old age. They were written by hand and have been seriously endangered by burning and tearing apart some of them. Iraq is currently seeking to heal the wounds by repairing the destroyed monuments and to recognize the reality of terrorism who destroyed thousands of Historical antiquities that returns to the ancient civilization as they believe it is out of Islam and devilish ruins.
By Castle Journal correspondent |Mohsen Al-Helou
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi said during a meeting on October 22 in Cairo with Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi that Egypt has been supportive
of Iraq and continues to be supportive to Iraq in its war against terrorism as well to its extension of the federal authority.
The Iraqi MP Haider Al-abadi stressed on the importance of strengthening relations with the Arab Republic of Egypt in various fields.
The correspondent and director of Castle Journal (Iraq Office) ,followed the statements by the Office of the Prime Minister of Iraq about his visit to Egypt recently, who said;
"Mr. President Abdul Fattah Al-sisi congratulated Iraq for its victories that were achieved against the gangs of terrorist , expressing his support for the unity of Iraq, And he is still supportive of Iraq in its war against terrorism and supports the steps of the Iraqi government to extend the federal authorit.
From the Iraqi side , Dr. Haider Abadi stressed on the importance of strengthening relations with the Arab Republic of Egypt in various fields to serve the interests of the two brotherly peoples, and work together to build great ties between the 2 nations.
President sisi also called for Iraq's achievement on the development and extension of security and how it could to confront the disputes and wars, noting the importance of fighting the roots of terrorism and cooperation in the fields of reconstruction and construction. "
The Iraqi prime minister arrived in Egypt on a one-day visit, where the official reception ceremony for Dr. Abadi was played by the Iraqi and Egyptian anthems. Al-Abadi discussed with Egyptian Prime Minister Sherif Ismail the strengthening of bilateral cooperation between the two countries, the fight against terrorism and the political and security situation in the region. Iraqi vision for the future of the region, which is based on development and the extension of security rather than differences and wars.
By Abeer AlMadawy
After years of Saudi suspension of flight over Iraq, NASS are returning strongly at a historic moment that signals the development of relations between the two countries
Saudi Arabia's NASS Aviation said in a statement on Wednesday it would launch new flights to Iraq in the coming weeks.
"This is a historic moment for us as the first Saudi airline to land on the brotherly land of Iraq after this long interruption," said Bandar Al-Muhanna, chief executive officer of Nas Air, adding: "We look forward to strengthening brotherly relations between the two countries."
Flights from major airports in Saudi Arabia to a number of Iraqi cities will begin after about a quarter of a century of Saudi commercial flights to Iraqi airports.
Bandar Al Muhanna said sales tickets would be available on the company's website and smart phone applications within a few days.
"These flights are expected to attract many individuals and businesses, thanks to the appropriate prices and dates for flights, and the network of flights linking major airports to Saudi Arabia's various domestic destinations.
Kingdom Holding has earlier announced that its 34.08% Nass Airline has completed an agreement with Airbus to purchase aircraft worth SAR 32.25 billion.
Founded in 1999, NAS is the largest shareholder in the group, followed by Kingdom Holding Company (KHC). The Group operates in the field of air services. Four subsidiaries operate under its umbrella: Nass Jets, NAS Tech, "Nas Air", and "Nass Aviation Inc