Details of the burning of the headquarters of pro-Iranian militias in response to the assassination of activist Thaer Al-Tayeb
In response to the death of the activist, Thaer al-Tayyib, who was affected by his wounds after an assassination attempt he suffered in the Diwaniyah region in southern Iraq, Iraqi protesters set fire to the headquarters of some Iraqi militias loyal to Iran that are hostile to the revolutionary movement.
Al-Tayeb's death caused an outburst of anger in the streets of southern Iraqi cities, especially Diwaniya, in the face of militias and pro-Iranian parties.
Al-Tayeb was injured in mid-December, after targeting his car with an explosive device placed in the car, and was then transferred to Al-Diwaniyah Hospital at the time.
After the announcement of the news of the death, a state of extreme anger prevailed in the streets of Diwaniyah, causing angry protesters to burn the headquarters of the Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq militia and Badr, close to the Iranian mullahs ’regime, and another belonging to the stream of wisdom.
The demonstrators accuse these armed militias of assassinating prominent activists in the ranks of the revolutionaries, with the aim of liquidating the Iraqi revolution, and intimidating the revolutionaries as they leave the streets.
According to information monitored by media reports, these militias are known to be loyal to Iran, and protesters have attacked them several times during the protests.
In the same context, protesters called on Baghdad revolutionaries to organize protest activities, including cutting the main roads in Baghdad in response to the assassination of al-Tayyib.
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