He is famous for his bold criticism of Iran ... Who is the activist Ali Al-Lami, who was assassinated yesterday?
The series of assassinations of activists continues in Baghdad, the last of which was Iraqi activist Ali al-Lami, after returning from demonstrations in Tahrir Square.
Al-Lami was kidnapped when he was heading to his house located in the city of Kut, near Baghdad, then his body was found dumped in Al-Shaab area, north of the capital Baghdad, at dawn on Wednesday.
Al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] was a participant in the demonstrations of Tahrir Square, as represented by the city of Kut, as was the case with the rest of the cities.
The assassinated demanded the continuation of peaceful demonstrations, and he refused to enter the Green Zone, according to the latest post that he published on his Facebook page hours before his assassination by an armed group.
Among the publications that al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] published last month on his official accounts was a Facebook post in which he wrote: "The dirty Khomeini wanted to export his stinking revolution to Iraq ... and here they are the owners of the tek-tech exporting their revolution to Iran."
Horrific pictures of al-Lami's body spread, after suffering a head injury, while his body was lying in the middle of the street.
The body of al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] found near the al-Sha`b area of Baghdad at two o'clock after midnight, after being shot three times in the al-Ras area.
Al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] famous recently because of his great activity during the Iraqi demonstrations, through his bold anti-Iranian publications, as well as for his participation of young men and women in helping protesters in Tahrir Square.
Al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] was born in 1970 in Baghdad. He works in the Wasit Provincial Council, and he is a member of the Wasit Writers Union and a father of five.
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