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The US State Department waved the internationalization of the issue of killing protesters in Iraq

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[size=18]The US State Department renewed its call for the need to stop targeting protesters in Iraq, while expressing its willingness to mobilize international public opinion regarding what is being described as "systematic killings" targeting activists in Iraq.



"When people protest peacefully, we are convinced of the freedom of self-determination for them," said ministry spokeswoman Morgan Otagos, in press statements published (Thursday evening), stating that "it is appropriate for countries to allow protesters to express their opinion. They demand good government, transparency and Washington that supports All of these are in the countries of the world, including [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  because they want to hold governments accountable, they must undertake a reform process, act in a responsible manner, and be accountable in any part of the world. "







The American Embassy in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  announced yesterday, Thursday, that the acts of threat and kidnapping of demonstrators and activists cannot be tolerated, pointing out that security, stability and sovereignty cannot be achieved without stopping the kidnappings and violence, while the Al-Wathba incident was described today as a "horrific thing."


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The US State Department waved the internationalization of the issue of killing protesters in Iraq Empty Washington issues a strong statement on the protests in Iraq: the demonstrations are peaceful, legal

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[size=41]Washington issues a strong statement on the protests in Iraq: the demonstrations are peaceful, legal, and fair


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[size=32]Baghdad: Yassin Iraq

On Thursday, the US embassy in Baghdad condemned kidnappings and violence in demonstrations in Iraqi cities.

The embassy said in a statement that it received a "copy of Iraq" a copy of it, that it "continues to receive very disturbing reports that peaceful demonstrators and activists are being threatened, kidnapped and killed."
"These actions cannot be tolerated, and the Iraqi government cannot allow these outlaw acts to continue and remain silent." We strongly condemn the use of violence and intimidation to obstruct peaceful, legal and fair demonstrations. Also, what happened in Al Wathba Square today is horrific. ”
"We previously said and we will say it again," the statement said. "The United States government supports Iraq’s desire for security, stability and sovereignty, something that cannot be achieved until kidnappings and violence stop."


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