Displaced people from Ramadi heading to Bzabz crossing to cross into Baghdad Imaging (Mahmoud Raouf)
Editor: BK, BS 2/9/2016 15:11 Number of Views: 201
, Confirmed to the Commission for Social Welfare in Anbar Council, said Tuesday that the "crimes" committed by the organization (Daash) maintain that left at least 22 thousand orphan, or the widow, and other thousands of disabled, indicating that the local government is "incapable" of the relief that slide as well its citizens displaced to other provinces, as a result of weak financial allocations.
The chairwoman of the committee, Fatima Khalaf, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The crimes committed by Daash terrorist gangs against innocent civilians in Anbar areas captured, including Ramadi and Fallujah, west of the province, leaving at least 22 thousand widows and orphans in statistical preliminary can be increased, "noting that" humanitarian disaster left by those gangs too big not only to kill innocent people, but also impede the thousands as a result of the amputation of limbs or other physical damage. "
She behind, that "the orphans and widows of the sons of Anbar, who fled to the capital, Baghdad, or in the Amiriyah Fallujah camp, or a tourist city, or South Central or the Kurdistan Region provinces, living humane and healthy in difficult conditions," indicating that "Anbar government does not have the ability to subsidy displaced from the province in general, and slice them orphans and widows in particular, because of the weak financial allocations. "
It is noteworthy that (Daash) seized large areas of Anbar, based Ramadi (110 km west of Baghdad), more than a year and a half, and committed several violations in, and that security and tribal forces continue expelled from the province's cities and regions.