[size=36]Abdul-Mahdi: We refuse to insult demonstrators to the names and pictures of well-known Iraqi personalities[/size]
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, The resigned prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, announced on Sunday that he refused demonstrators to insult the names and pictures of well-known Iraqi figures.
Abdul-Mahdi said, in a post on his private Facebook page: "We rejected and denounced the inclusion of the names of Iraqi leaders and figures known for their history and political role in combating ISIS in sanctions and prohibitions lists by countries with which we have relations and agreements."
And he added: "We also reject and denounce the insulting flags and pictures of leaders of countries with which we have relations and agreements by Iraqi demonstrators, or insulting other demonstrators to the names and pictures of well-known Iraqi figures."
Abdul-Mahdi continued: "All these practices are harmful to Iraq and its people, encourage hatred, hatred and violence, damage the reputation of Iraq, mix papers and lead to dangerous practices and results harmful to everyone, difficult to control." Ended 29 / A 43