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ATYCLB
December 9th, 2007, 02:01 AM
Iraq and UN launch local regions development project
12-6-07
http://www.iraqdevelopmentprogram.org/idp/news/new1821.htm

The Iraqi government and the UN have launched local regions development project aiming at boosting the local authorities’ capabilities and Iraq's economy.

"The project, launched by the Iraqi government in cooperation with seven UN organizations, aims at boosting local authorities' capabilities in Sulaimaniya and Babel provinces as well as al-Ahwar regions to prepare a local development plan in partnership with the private sector and local societies," said a UN statement.

"The project was launched by UNESCO, WHO, UNDP, UN Human Settlements Programme, UN Projects Program, International Labor Organization (ILO) and the UN Development Fund for Women," the statement also said.

"The current stage has been financed by the European Union with $20 million through the International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq (IRFFI)," the statement also noted.

ATYCLB
April 1st, 2008, 05:23 AM
Babylon's Lions, Gods, Harlots Invade Louvre
3-26-08
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601088&sid=atvIFILmHnVQ&refer=muse

Babylon has a bad reputation. The Bible depicts the ancient city on the Euphrates as "the mother of harlots.'' The Tower of Babel is the symbol of megalomania.

A huge exhibition at the Louvre, the first ever on Babylon in France, is determined to correct the lopsided image. Our ideas, the organizers tell us, have been distorted by malicious propaganda.

The show, which is supported by Natixis SA, runs through June 2, after which it will travel to the Pergamon Museum in Berlin (June 26 to Oct. 5) and the British Museum (Nov. 13 to March 15 2009).


Louvre - Current Exhibitions - Babylon
http://www.louvre.fr/llv/exposition/detail_exposition.jsp;jsessionid=Hx9v2B68xkDxSFwjk BxMXRv8CSS6d3y2rqDMkYGTvHphqWTz7LQ0!-1530673700?CONTENT%3C%3Ecnt_id=10134198674083235&CURRENT_LLV_EXPO%3C%3Ecnt_id=10134198674083235&bmLocale=en


Exhibition Web site
http://mini-site.louvre.fr/babylone/EN/index.html

Anddra
April 1st, 2008, 05:48 AM
Good Press for Babylon! :thinking

Caver
April 1st, 2008, 06:15 AM
I know its dead serious, but it is funny too. For hundreds of years we can sit and ponder the meanings of this book we call the Bible, with history written in reverse. How can these things be??:idunno Does it really mean what it apparently says.

Then its time for that particular bit of prophecy to unfold and Boom! Right before our very eyes, it starts coming alive from a multitude of directions and for many reasons. Its time so move over and get out of the way, its showtime for one more piece of prophecy to step on stage and shine with truth.

FaithContender
April 1st, 2008, 06:17 PM
But what does this matter? From what I read on another thread the other day, the babylon of the end times is babylon New York, right here in the US!!:pound:pound:pound

Have you ever been to Babylon, NY? I don't think the AC would touch it with a ten foot pole :aha

kalanaka
April 1st, 2008, 06:38 PM
ATYCLB thank you for starting this thread. I've found this material to be quite informative... :thumb

Please come soon LORD :pray :pray :pray

ATYCLB
April 30th, 2008, 12:08 PM
Fish Farms Make Comeback in Iraq's Babil Province
4-23-08
http://media-newswire.com/release_1064871.html

Fish farms have begun to thrive in Iraq’s Babil province, as Task Force Marne soldiers take on a critical role in rebuilding this vital industry.

Thanks to the vision of Army Col. Thomas James, commander of the 3rd Infantry Division’s 4th Brigade Combat Team and Army Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch, commander of Multinational Division Center -- along with help from 4th Brigade Combat Team soldiers -- residents in the region are benefiting from this massive undertaking.

“After securing our area of operations in MND-C, our goal is achieving sustainable security for the people of our towns and villages,” James said. “One important means of accomplishing this is by providing jobs – including those at the fish farms of Babil province, where several thousand jobs will be available.” Creating jobs not only provides employment and income opportunities, but also establishes a positive alternative to joining extremist groups, he added.

The new fish farms have the potential to add at least 5,000 direct and indirect local employment opportunities to the region. In Hillah, the Euphrates Fish Farm alone will employ at least 500 people.

More . . . (http://media-newswire.com/release_1064871.html)

ATYCLB
May 2nd, 2008, 02:25 AM
Iraqi expert accuses West over antiquities trade
5-1-08
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iraqi-expert-accuses-west-over-antiquities-trade-818775.html

Iraq will be demanding compensation for the damage caused to ancient sites, including Babylon, Umma, Zabalam and Ur, by allied troops who have used these grounds as military bases.

More . . . (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iraqi-expert-accuses-west-over-antiquities-trade-818775.html)

ATYCLB
May 2nd, 2008, 02:28 AM
U.S. Military Forces Have Damaged Babylon, Iraq Official Says
4-30-08
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601088&sid=arlG9bOWRlsM&refer=home

U.S. military forces and their allies in Iraq have damaged archeological sites including Babylon by setting up bases, using heavy equipment, filling sandbags and digging trenches, said an adviser to the Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.

At an impromptu press briefing organized by the British Museum in London today, the adviser, Bahaa Mayah, showed slides of the military presence at about a dozen sites. While the Babylon site has now been vacated by U.S. and Polish forces, he said, "we cannot reverse'' the damage done.

More . . . (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601088&sid=arlG9bOWRlsM&refer=home)

Buzzardhut
May 2nd, 2008, 04:35 AM
Not to mention the money the US has spent there putting in some pretty high tech cabling. And the lovely embassy we built for the future world leaders to stay at.you mean the future AC? :tape


Yes, and imgaine that Embassy is on 104 acres of land. Just think and try to ponder what what we don't know.
This must be where our oil fees are going
We are over feeding Exxon and rebuilding Babel :doh