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    Cool No a rumor any more the supplies ships are there!!!!

    Basra ports receive 12 cargo ships

    March 15 2010

    BASRA, Iraq (AP AP) - docked at the ports of southern Iraq from 12 different countries ship carrying food and construction. The Director of Information Ports Anmar al-Moussawi told Iraq is our home: The ports of Umm Qasr and Abu money they had received during the past two days, a number of vessels loaded with different types of goods that are necessities that Iraq needs at this point. The vessels that Moussaoui "YOTEL Ajani" from South Korea was carrying 51.350 tons of wheat and the ship "EMI" from Liberia are also carrying 33000 tons of wheat, but his ship "Jack 1" of Panama was loaded with 22500 tons of sugar. While the ship "Al" from North Korea carrying a variety of goods. And the ship "Jaunpur 2" from Malta load 295 containers of various goods and Albachrtan "Jebel Ali 5" and "Sandy 3" from Panama, they were loaded with different goods. He pointed out that all of these vessels docked in the port of Umm Qasr.Moussawi also confirmed that the port of Abu Flus witnessed his landing a number of ships berthed at docks where the ship "Mona" from the United Arab Emirates with a payload of 59 containers and the ship "Mac Skibz" from Panama cargo container 90 and the ship "Mahyar" Islamic Republic of Iran and its cargo 1112 tons of cement and the ship "Bandar-Rick" from Iran, also with a payload of 1092 tonnes of cement also has services in the handling of starting unloading cargo ports mentioned.

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    Thank you for posting this.

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    real intel, the best kind

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    Wow! This is awesome news my friends! Thanks for the post!!!!

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    THIS is the sort of signs we will continue to see as we get closer. thanks for posting!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jocko129 View Post
    Basra ports receive 12 cargo ships

    March 15 2010

    BASRA, Iraq (AP AP) - docked at the ports of southern Iraq from 12 different countries ship carrying food and construction. The Director of Information Ports Anmar al-Moussawi told Iraq is our home: The ports of Umm Qasr and Abu money they had received during the past two days, a number of vessels loaded with different types of goods that are necessities that Iraq needs at this point. The vessels that Moussaoui "YOTEL Ajani" from South Korea was carrying 51.350 tons of wheat and the ship "EMI" from Liberia are also carrying 33000 tons of wheat, but his ship "Jack 1" of Panama was loaded with 22500 tons of sugar. While the ship "Al" from North Korea carrying a variety of goods. And the ship "Jaunpur 2" from Malta load 295 containers of various goods and Albachrtan "Jebel Ali 5" and "Sandy 3" from Panama, they were loaded with different goods. He pointed out that all of these vessels docked in the port of Umm Qasr.Moussawi also confirmed that the port of Abu Flus witnessed his landing a number of ships berthed at docks where the ship "Mona" from the United Arab Emirates with a payload of 59 containers and the ship "Mac Skibz" from Panama cargo container 90 and the ship "Mahyar" Islamic Republic of Iran and its cargo 1112 tons of cement and the ship "Bandar-Rick" from Iran, also with a payload of 1092 tonnes of cement also has services in the handling of starting unloading cargo ports mentioned.

    http://translate.googleusercontent.c..._VqElv3Ik4d3Jg

    Awesome post, thanks Jocko129

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