Washington has established corruption and terrorism in Iraq
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The US coalition has established corruption and terrorism in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
during its occupation of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
in 2003. He called on the Iraqi government to face US sanctions and to deal with Washington in the same way through the file of Abel Water and prison violations and US President Trump's visit to the Ain al-Assad base.
"The US sanctions have not received a confrontation from the Iraqi government and used by Washington as a tool to provoke political chaos in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
," said a member of the coalition Riad al-Massoudi . "The State Department and the Security and Defense Committee document the violations of the US Army and the corruption of Paul Bremer The governor of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
during the occupation and the file of the killing of civilians by the company Blackwater in the Nisour Square in Baghdad and the file of prisons and the recent Trump visit to the base of Assad in Anbar and submitted to the US Congress and the Security Council and the United Nations to deter US sanctions.
He added that "Washington is the one who founded corruption and terrorism in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
during the US occupation of Baghdad in 2003 and the US Treasury should put many of the American politicians on the list of terrorism and corruption," calling "the Iraqi government to deal with Washington likewise and the use of diplomatic means to respond to its recent sanctions.
The alliance, the conquest, on Monday, the recent US Treasury sanctions that affected four [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
personalities as violating the Iraqi judiciary and non-binding, between the House of Representatives will have a position through the next sessions.
The sanctions included Ryan Chaldean, leader of the popular Babylonian faction, as well as Washington's sanctions against Qadu, the Shabak leader in the Nineveh Plain, as well as Nawfal al-Aakoub, the former governor of Nineveh. US sanctions also included Ahmed al-Jubouri, head of the Axis alliance and Salahuddin's former governor.