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    Today, 04:16 AM
    Bless You harry! Yes, the site is alive! Your dedication has kept it alive and our faith like yours that the dinar will someday have true value!
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    Today, 04:00 AM
    What Are the Dangers of Drinking Distilled Water? by BARBARAA Oct. 3, 2017 Water is big business. Distilled water was considered for general consumption in the 1960's when demand for water in certain areas of the world outstripped availability. Cruise ships also needed ready access to clean water. The potential for drinking water absent minerals was not considered due to the need for a safe water supply at that time. In the interim, much has been learned about the dangerous to your health when distilled water is consumed on a regular basis. Drinking distilled water robs your body of its natural source for many minerals essential to good health. This results in mineral loss in the body with increases your risk for osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, hypothyroidism, hypertension, coronary artery disease and premature aging. Because distilled water does not contain any fluoride, dentists are beginning to see an increased number of cavities in young children who drink bottled water. Consumers believe bottled, distilled water is safer than the water supplies in their local communities. The WHO and others studied the use of distilled water and found that because it is stripped of all minerals it can cause electrolyte imbalances in your body. Your body will leach electrolytes from your tissues in order to add them to the mineral free water you are drinking. This is necessary so that your body can function normally and eliminate waste. If the water redistribution process in your body is not functioning properly, you may experience fatigue, weakness, headache, muscle cramps and an abnormal heart rate. https://www.livestrong.com/article/372479-what-are-the-dangers-of-drinking-distilled-water/
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    Yesterday, 08:22 AM
    Economics of wars 2/22/2018 A strange subject perhaps not heard by many of us, and I may be one of the few who will be involved in this subject. And the economics of war as a simple initial definition is the set of steps and measures taken by the state to counter economic crises in times of war. In fact, any country that takes a series of economic measures in time of war to control the market in all its forms, the most important currency market (exchange rate) and we are now living the consequences of wars, which lasted several years. The economy of any country is exposed to crises and setbacks in times of war. The state should take the necessary measures to control the fluctuations in currency prices and prices of basic materials. If we want to provide some examples of the basic measures to be taken in times of war, In any way there are a lot of ways known by any economist working in the government job. The control of the prices of the main basic materials that belong to the citizen's livelihood can be by contributing to the provision of locally or facilitate the importation in the event of raising prices by traders or unintentionally due to lack of market or monopoly. These measures also include the launching of small and medium-sized loans, especially those that help small industrialists and traders to continue their businesses and factories so as not to stop and cause higher prices and increase unemployment among workers of these factories. It is necessary for the government to provide strong support to small and medium-sized enterprises because it is the first to be affected by wars. The forms of support are different, mainly reducing taxes on their imports or imposing taxes on similar goods imported from abroad . The importance of reducing taxes and duties on importers of basic commodities, even if this causes little harm to the state's revenues, will lead to the provision of basic commodities to the citizens in order to prevent monopolies. It is also necessary to provide exceptional support to the social protection network and the unemployed during wartime. The reassurance and continuous media appearance of currency and trade officials is important to reassure the public, which will stabilize the market and miss the opportunity for speculators and the fifth column. The limit or control of the foreign exchange of foreign currency to prevent the flight of foreign currency during times of war is one of the most important measures and measures that the government must take, along with many other measures that require space to be made available with the real will to implement them because the country is full of many economic competencies Which, if allowed to work or used by the state to change the situation towards the better. Teaching at the University of Diyala http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=153202
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    Yesterday, 08:10 AM
    good morning to all ds i pray that everybody will have a blessed day and enjoy its. EASY the page you were on is not the page we used. this site is alive their are people on here everyday this is a believer in dinar and if you need prayers we will pray for you and we all have faith in the dinar that its going to have value for us all, thanks KSD.
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    Yesterday, 07:09 AM
    Good morning DS. Harry that’s wonderful new from your test results. I pray everyone enjoys a fantastic day & weekend. Be safe.
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