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Print banners bearing pictures and names accused of stirring tribal conflicts in Basra

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Print banners bearing pictures and names accused of stirring tribal conflicts in Basra

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 2:29 am

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Trend Press / Baghdad
The Basra Operations Command announced on Tuesday that it is printing road signs carrying pictures and names accused of provoking armed tribal conflicts in the province so that citizens can know and inform the security forces of them when they are seen.
 
The commander of operations in a statement, got "Trend Press" a copy of it, "the commander of Basra operations Lieutenant General Jamil al-Shammari directed printing" posters "large volumes with pictures and names out of the law caused the outbreak of tribal armed conflicts so that citizens know and inform the security forces When they are seen until arrest, "noting that" the signs will be placed in public places and near the checkpoints. "
 
The leadership said in its statement that it "does not have red lines towards any of those who provoke conflicts, especially those who cause the disruption of the work of government institutions as a result of conflicts and clan differences."

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