Last quote about Iraq

Michael Fallon
It is only right that those who've performed above and beyond in this fight against the evil of our time get the recognition they deserve. This medal will do just that. Our troops have made huge contributions to the fight against Daesh, helping end its tyranny in large parts of Iraq and
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NEW Sep 20 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Iraq. 878 people are quoted and you can read 1523 citations of them about Iraq. Haider al-Abadi, Steve Townsend and Lise Grande, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Haider al-Abadi said: “If you challenge the constitution and if you challenge the borders of Iraq and the borders of the region, this is a public invitation to the countries in the region to violate Iraqi borders as well, which is a very dangerous escalation.”.
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All quotes about Iraq

Robert Blackie

If you report pornography for example, it gets removed very quickly. The biggest challenge is that the government hasn't defined what extremist content

Jim Killock - Open Rights Group

Mistakes will inevitably be made – by removing the wrong content and by missing extremist material. Automated takedowns will have a wide-reaching effect on the content we see, although not necessarily on the spread of extremist ideas as terrorists will switch to using other

Monika Bickert - Facebook

AI has begun to help us identify terrorist imagery at the time of upload so we can stop the upload, understand text-based signals for terrorist support, remove terrorist clusters and related content, and detect new accounts created by repeat

Kent Walker - Google

The "larger problem is you can't necessarily catch everything on the entirety of the internet... The challenge is, while machine learning is a powerful tool, it's still relatively early in its

Mikhail Leontev - Rosneft

Holding the referendum will not affect our work. We are doing business in an autonomous region in Iraq that has been recognised by law. This place is run by Iraqi Kurdistan's nation and it is the people of Iraqi Kurdistan who live there. That is why we don't think we are embarking on an

Bethany Haines

Three years ago I was woken up with the awful news that a video of my Dad's death had been released online. In those moments my whole world collapsed and even three years on it still feels the

Bethany Haines

It kills me that my Dad will never see his grandson, that we'll never have any more ice-cream movie nights and he'll never get to lecture me about doing well at

Bethany Haines

They say with time it gets easier, but it really doesn't. You just learn to deal with

Bethany Haines

Taken far too soon and it's now up to me to help stop anymore families from ever feeling what I'm feeling. Love you Daddy, fly

Vince Cable - Stansted Airport

What the country now desperately needs is some political adults. There are sensible grown-ups in the Conservative Party, and the Labour Party and the Greens. We believe the public have a right to change their mind. At the end of these tortuous divorce negotiations, the British public must be given a vote on the

Haider al-Abadi

If you challenge the constitution and if you challenge the borders of Iraq and the borders of the region, this is a public invitation to the countries in the region to violate Iraqi borders as well, which is a very dangerous

David Satterfield

The defeat of ISIS is underway. We are all committed to humanitarian aid. And that will continue to flow, of course. But the reconstruction of Syria depends very much on that credible political

David Satterfield

We're engaged in working with Russia, deconfliction with Russia, as we each move on defeating ISIS. It's not a rivalry. It's not a

Haider al-Sufi

In case Kurdistan's authorities do not respond to the court decision, the Iraqi government and Prime Minister Abadi have wider authorities to deal with the situation. And the prime minister will be able to adopt any decision he sees suitable as prime minister and as

Peter Kosminsky

People contemplating going to Syria are people with no sense of investment in our society. They feel very apart from it, and more importantly, they feel a sense of disgust at our society … And they're looking for a band of brothers or sisters, or a place where they will be welcomed, [where they] don't feel like they have to hide or make excuses for their

Peter Kosminsky

These are groups of people with a very absolutist attitude to society who want to tear it down and replace it. But they're also looking for a place where they feel they can

Peter Kosminsky

What I was trying to do was show a kind of battle between the head and the heart. In her head, she's rationalized this. She believes in the concept of the caliphate, a perfect place for Muslims that she can help build. But her heart is protesting in the most violent way

Peter Kosminsky

It doesn't do any service to people who've suffered at the hands of ISIS to pretend that all the people who go over there are clinically

Bill Roggio

It's impossible to know with Yemen, it's impossible to know with Iraq and Syria, [how many CIA strikes have occurred].feedback

Ali Shamkhani

Any damage to this strategic principle (of Iraq's unity) would lead to the revision of and serious alteration in the existing cooperation between Iran and Iraq's Kurdistan

Michael Fallon

I will be this afternoon in Erbil to tell Massoud Barzani that we do not support the Kurdish referendum. We are committed to the integrity of Iraq. We are working with the UN on alternatives to this

Alexander Lapin

A key breakthrough took place here in the fight against ISIS. The successful and decisive offensive on Deir Ezzour began from

Binali Yildirim

Those who are looking forward to their dreams of having an artificial state in Syria and Iraq should be well aware that any attempt that threatens our national security from inside and outside the country will be responded to

Gina Miller

First article 50, now the DUP ‘bung’: without proper scrutiny, the Tory government is behaving as if it is above the law. If there is one thing in short supply in parliament these days, it is people who fret about detail. Margaret Thatcher read every paper in her red box. Robin Cook, too, got the importance of detail, and was almost certainly the only one who was really on top of what his government was doing in Iraq. The same might be said about Tam Dalyell, who was all over the Falklands

Haider al-Abadi

If [Iraq's Kurds] want to go along that road, they should work toward amending the constitution. In that case we have to go all the way through Parliament and a referendum to the whole Iraqi people. For them to call for only the Kurds to vote, I think this is a hostile move toward the whole of the Iraqi

Stephane Dujarric - United Nations

The Secretary-General respects the sovereignty, territorial integrity and unity of Iraq and considers that all outstanding issues between the federal Government and the Kurdistan Regional Government should be resolved through structured dialogue and constructive compromise. The Secretary-General calls upon the leaders across Iraq to approach this matter with patience and

Haider al-Abadi

If they are threatened by the use of force outside the law, then we will intervene

Abu Baara al-Ansari

They consider Libya to be the main entrance to

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

We are going to discuss it during the (UN) National Security council meeting which we moved forward from (September) 27th to the 22nd. We are going to hold a cabinet meeting on the same day. Our stance will be discussed and the decision will be made. Thus Turkey will announce its ultimate position (on the referendum). This will also be an item on the agenda during my meeting with (US President)

Haider al-Abadi

It will make it harder and more difficult. I will never close the door to negotiations. Negotiations are always

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah

(W)e have won…the war…and what remains are scattered

Ahmed Abu Khawla

We have requested explanations from the Russian government. We have asked for explanations from the coalition ... and necessary action to stop these

Paul Funk

Coalition officials are available and the deconfliction line with Russia is open 24 hours per

Andrew Tabler

The recent U.S.-Russian de-escalation deal in southwest Syria, which gave the regime and Shiite militias a chance to fight ISIS, was supposed to come with greater Russian commitments to deconflict with the U.S. and its proxy the SDF along the Euphrates River. Today's strike, as well as Russian announcements in last few days that it and the regime intend to cross over the Euphrates, has called the deal into

Benjamin Netanyahu

While Israel opposes terrorism as a whole, it supports the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people to achieve their own

Sadiq Khan

It is important we all remain alert and vigilant. There will be an increased police presence across London today and over this weekend, including additional armed officers. They are there to keep us safe. London will never be intimidated by terrorism. We will always defeat those who seek to harm us and destroy our way of

Muna Qahwachi

We refuse to accept the Iraqi Parliament's decision, which was

Theresa May

For this period, military personnel will replace police officers on guard duties at certain protected sites that are not accessible to the public. The public will see more armed police on the transport network and on our streets, providing extra protection. This is a proportionate and sensible step which will provide extra reassurance and protection while the investigation

Alexander Lapin

All the conditions are in place for the final stage of defeating Isis in Syria. I can promise you that no Isis terrorist will ever set foot in this town

Danny Davis

So having troops constantly fighting overseas in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan – those things are not keeping us safe. And in fact, in some ways, they're actually contributing to rouse some of these radicalized people. We need to really be careful. What we have to do is get at the causes of radicalism and the causes of Islamic terror. And that's not going to be done on a combat

Omed Khoshnaw

We've been waiting more than 100 years for this. There is no other way to guarantee that genocide will never be

Michael Stephens

I think the instability of this dynamic is particularly worrying, and regional interference could serve to raise tensions and potentially ignite conflict, rather than dampen down the

Renad Mansour - Chatham House

The relationship between Baghdad and Erbil is the biggest challenge to oil, with the Kurds using this upcoming referendum as a bargaining chip. Do I foresee all out conflict? Probably not. The referendum is a bit of a bluff in that sense because the Kurds need the U.S. and the U.K. and a conflict would mean losing this lifeline. I wouldn't rule out skirmishes but an all-out war is in no-ones best

Ayham Kamel - Eurasia Group

In Kirkuk especially, Baghdad will not accept a scenario in which all of the territories are

Amber Rudd

The joint terrorist analysis centre, which reviews the threat level that the UK is under, has decided to lower that level from critical to severe. Severe still means that an attack is highly likely so I would urge everybody to continue to be vigilant but not alarmed. Following the attack in Parsons Green last Friday (September 15) the police have made good progress with what is an ongoing

Brett McGurk

Our coalition will help ensure that these terrorists can never enter Iraq or escape from what remains of their dwindling

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