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    A London newspaper reveals efforts to draft an Iraqi "Justa" demanding Saudi Arabia pay compensation

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    A London newspaper reveals efforts to draft an Iraqi "Justa" demanding Saudi Arabia pay compensation Empty A London newspaper reveals efforts to draft an Iraqi "Justa" demanding Saudi Arabia pay compensation

    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Apr 2018, 5:50 am


    A London newspaper reveals efforts to draft an Iraqi "Justa" demanding Saudi Arabia pay compensation

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    Information / Baghdad ..
    The newspaper "New Arab" London, the Iraqi efforts to draft a new law similar to the law, "Jasta" American, which provides a Saudi apology and compensation for the families of victims of terrorist operations carried out by Saudis in Iraq, while the rejection of the Prime Minister Haider Abadi and Parliament Salim Jubouri for those endeavors.
    "Iraqi political and popular forces are seeking to draft a new law similar to the American Justice Act, which requires a Saudi apology and compensation for the families of the victims of terrorist attacks carried out by Saudis in Iraq in return for full relations," the newspaper said in a report.
    The newspaper added that "the Prime Minister Haider Abadi and Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri reject those endeavors, which is likely not to be passed in the remaining period of the life of parliament."
    The newspaper said that "the draft law to be passed quickly in parliament includes compensation for Iraqis who were affected by terrorist operations carried out by Saudis in Iraq since 2003, as well as the official apology to the Iraqis as a condition for a full normalization of relations with Iraq," asserting that "different political blocs adopt the project and there Convinced that the recent Saudi openness is not a conviction of it, but an American strategy. "
    "Saudi Arabia is forced to pay compensation to the victims of terrorism and not to demand the release of the victims of terrorism," said Akram al-Asadi, an activist in the anti-Islamic demonstrations in Saudi Arabia, who called for incitement and sectarian fighting. Terrorists of Saudi nationality ".
    Al-Asadi explained that "the protest against the visit of bin Salman to Iraq, is a letter to the Iraqi parliament and the government, to reject relations with Saudi Arabia," pointing out that "Saudi Arabia continues to bear what is happening in Iraq and Yemen and Bahrain and against the people of Awamiya and Qatif of practices and methods of repression and pressure and abuse Terrorism ". Ending / 25

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