The crowd proclaims its commitment to the directives Abadi: I will not violating human rights principles in Mosul
Sunday 16-10-2016 | 9:40:42
Twilight News / Folk crowd forces announced that they "will not violate the principles of human rights," in the liberation of Mosul from the control of the organization "Daesh" process, in light of the Saudi and Turkish warnings of a repeat of what they described as "violations" of the crowd forces against Sunnis in areas already freed from the grip of "Daesh."A spokesman for the Popular Mobilization Forces Ahmed al-Asadi, said that "the supreme body of the popular crowd and factions of the Islamic Resistance committed issued by the commander of the armed forces and military plans (Prime Minister) Haider al-Abadi in the liberation of Mosul operations of the terrorist gangs," and was quoted as saying the popular crowd location.He said al - Asadi "body crowd would not violate the principles of human rights in the editorial operations of the city of Mosul and edit vector Daesh."
He continued , "we will abide by our covenant as the plans and directives issued by the Commander in Chief and Snzv combined Bushra victory for all Iraqis soon."He pointed to a meeting of some of the leaders of the popular crowd, Saturday, with al - Abadi, said , "Our meeting with the prime minister and we came out points fruitful."
He added , "we committed Abadi , we will do our best to be a battle as he wants and wishes ofall Iraqis who want to get rid of the scourge of Daesh."