After shooting at ambulances, how did the demonstrators save their injuries?
In the richest oil, agricultural and hydrological country, tuk-tuk, the primitive means of transporting citizens, was an alternative to ambulances to rescue unarmed demonstrators in Iraq.
The bullets of Abdul-Mahdi and al-Khorasani militias did not let the ambulances transport the demonstrators, but they fired at them like a barrage, which was fired at the demonstrators for 6 days.
The death toll from the week-long protests has risen to 110 and more than 6,000 wounded. Protesters continue to organize demonstrations that have spread to new cities, amid calls by officials for an investigation into the events.
In these security conditions, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] turn to tuk-tuk to rescue victims of demonstrations from their sniping operations to tuk-tuk when ambulances are unable to reach them in crowded streets or if they are able to reach live bullets. Like protesters.
According to "Reuters" quoted one of the owners of "Tuk Tuk", who rushed to a crowd to carry out a new rescue operation: "Any one falls we are moving. There are no ambulances."
He added that the ambulances may also come under fire, which threatens the lives of the wounded. "We take the wounded to hospitals. Security forces are shooting at us who do not have a weapon."
Protesters had begun gathering in Sadr City in Baghdad after clashes with security forces spread to this slum in the city for the first time since the start of protests last Tuesday.
President Barham Salih condemned the attacks on protesters and the media and called for an investigation into the violence.
He said in a speech that "the targeting of peaceful demonstrators and security forces with live bullets and targeting of the media and media is unacceptable."
He also called for ministerial changes and electoral reforms to address protesters' complaints, noting compensation for those affected by the violence.
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