Iraqi demonstrators send a message in three languages to the Iranians .. Our problem with the regime of the mullahs
Demonstrators at Tahrir Square in central Baghdad sent a three-language letter to send a short message to their Iranian counterparts, explaining why their country is so often mentioned in Iraqi demonstrations.
Iraqi demonstrators are showing exceptional interest in demonstrations and sit-ins against [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] regime in the eastern neighbor against the backdrop of raising fuel prices.
The letter, which was written in three languages, "Arabic, Farsi and English": "To the Iranian people decent ... You see these days the Iraqi uprising and listen to the chants of Iraqi youth protesting against his government, and many of these chants mention Iran."
She added: "We are interested to know that we do not have the Iranian people only affection, and that our problem with the Iranian regime, which supports the corrupt, criminals and murderers in our country."
"We look forward to getting rid of our thieves and strong ties with our Iranian brothers who deserve a just and civilized system of government. Unjust governments are going away and the people will survive," the letter concluded.
The protests and demonstrations in the majority of provinces raised slogans and chanting many songs denouncing Iranian influence in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and allied forces.
It also witnessed the burning of images of Iranian leaders, led by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the Quds Force commander in the Revolutionary Guards Qasem Soleimani.
Protesters in Karbala also attacked and burned the Iranian consulate there.
In September 2018, demonstrators burned the Iranian consulate in the oil-rich southern province of Basra.
The majority of protest groups in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] goal of stopping Iranian influence in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] a top priority and its vision for the future process of change and reform in the country.
These days, Iraq has seen a complete cessation of the entry of Iranian citizens visiting the shrines and shrines of religious, after their presence in the past years.
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