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MP Demands to dismiss Ahmed Alwani for his sectarian principles

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Post by notazbad2000 Mon 09 Sep 2013, 4:42 am

MP Demands to dismiss Ahmed Alwani for his sectarian principles

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Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) MP, Abdul Mahdi al-Khafaji, of the Iraqi National Alliance demanded dismissing MP, Ahmed al-Alwani, due to his constant promoting for sectarian principles through his speeches at the demonstrations square.Khafaji reported in a statement received by IraqiNews.com on Sunday ”The Government should eliminate the phenomenon of delivering sectarian speeches in the protests yards because they are arousing sectarian sedition and killing people.””The sectarian crimes committed against Shiite families in Latifiya area are partly his responsibility since his speeches encouraged terrorists to implement their awful crimes against Iraqi people,” he concluded. \END\


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