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Does the United Nations take care of the Iraqis?! .. Meshari Al-Dhaidi

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[size=41]Does the United Nations take care of the Iraqis?! .. Meshari Al-Dhaidi


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"The United Nations has pledged since its foundation to protect the citizens of this world, and the Iraqi people should not be an exception to this era ... The blood of young people shed in the streets of Iraq today is the future of the country.
The United Nations has a responsibility to intervene urgently, to do everything it can, and to use all the means of pressure it has to protect the peoples that it represents. ”
UNESCO Artist for Peace - Ambassador of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent. Naseer Shamma.
The previous post is the "Post" written by the well-known Iraqi artist, on his Facebook page, as a cultural and charitable ambassador for the United Nations institutions, and the meaning is clear, which is denouncing the negligence - not the blame - that the international organization takes towards the grievances of the Iraqis, and what the Iraqis feel Those who underestimate them and their pain by the international community in order to preserve their interests.
Is this Iraqi popular feeling towards the United Nations and the entire western world, correct? Or is it a fake feeling enlarged?
The answer is not necessary. What matters is what people are convinced of, not the real outcome. Frankly, these Iraqi feelings are not without evidence.
Take the case of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jenin Henness Blackshart, who said through her account on Twitter: “Threats or blocking roads to oil installations cause losses in billions,” considering that this “harms the economy of Iraq and undermines the fulfillment of the legitimate demands of the demonstrators.” .
To be answered by an Iraqi tweet on the platform "Twitter" as well, in the Iraqi dialect: "Mako, the nation of Mako Oil"
This matter reveals a crisis of confidence between the Iraqi people and the international institution, which is sometimes accused of bias towards hidden Western interests, with a lot of oil smell and green burglary! And other hidden targets.
Perhaps, to some extent, the position of the current US administration, led by Trump, is excluded. We have an American position "diplomatically" advanced "on the European position towards the current Iraqi uprising against the corrupt and dependent Iranians of Iraq.
The US State Department, through its spokeswoman, Morgan Otagos, called for stopping the targeting of protesters in Iraq, while expressing its readiness to mobilize international opinion regarding the ongoing systematic killings targeting activists in the movement in Iraq.
Not unaware that the Trump administration’s extreme pressure policy toward the Iranian regime is, in a way, that has revolutionized Iraqis and Lebanese over their rulers under Iran, which in turn, I mean Iran, suffers from the rebellious volcano.
The bottom line is that there are Western, European desires in particular, to maintain the political conditions and authoritarian consensus that exist in Iraq and Lebanon, and there is no clear will so far to eliminate the Iranian Khomeinist situation and its annexes in the Arab world.
As for why this? That is another research.


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