The Presidency reveals American slanders about "Barham Saleh"
21:21 - 01/01/2020
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Information / Baghdad
On Wednesday, the Presidency of the Republic issued a clarification regarding a false article published on the website of the Middle East Program in an American organization, noting that the article contained many "slander and lies" regarding the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, with the aim of misleading public opinion.
"The media and social networking sites recently circulated an article on the Middle East program site at the American fpri organization, which contained many slanders and lies regarding the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, with the aim of misleading Iraqi public opinion," the presidency said in a statement received / information /.
She added, “The media office of the Presidency of the Republic investigated the issue and discovered that the article is not only forged, but that publishers visited a copy of the organization’s website with differences in the title, and in another country. The impersonated site was registered and launched on August 26, 2019 with the aim of publishing articles to confuse the opinion The year, among many fabricated political issues, is unfounded.
She continued, “The organization announced today on its official account @fpri that the aforementioned site is impersonated and publishes forged articles that are not related to the organization at all, while Aaron Stein, director of the Middle East program at fpri, and @ aaronstein1 announced on his private Twitter account The article was forged and the site was impersonated.
He pointed out that "the fraud process referred to and carried out by professional bodies with lies and with the intention of misleading our people, undoubtedly indicates the state of despair that the enemies of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
have reached , and they are trying to distort the national positions of the Iraqi people and to President Barham Saleh
by trying to link them to external wills." 25 n ended