Special- the Iraq solution
In light of the continued repression of protests in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
practiced by the Iraqi authorities delivered the "third party" in reference to the pro-Iranian militias and pro-government protesters face [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
message to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
in order to provide them with protection.
Hundreds of demonstrators set out, on Friday evening, with a march in the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
in the center of the capital, Baghdad, calling for the United Nations to intervene to protect the protesters.
In this context, "Omar Al-Zaidi," an activist and demonstrator in Baghdad, said: "Peaceful protests provoke the government, and therefore they are working to push the militias loyal to them to kill protesters and kidnap activists."
Indicating to the "Iraq solution", that "the parties and militias seek to force the demonstrators to confront the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
and raise arms in the face in order for there to be a justification for the suppression of more protesters and the end of the demonstrations."
He explained that "the message that the demonstrators are sending to the United Nations is to take any international action to protect peaceful protesters, or to send peace-keeping forces to ensure protection of the protest arenas, and without it, more assassinations will occur."
For his part, the political activist from Baghdad, "Ayham Rashad," saw that "the campaigns of repression and fall against activists and media people loyal to the people's revolution are still continuing, and the weapon escaped by the militias continues to threaten the lives of the Iraqis."
He asserted to the "Iraq solution", that "the militias loyal to Iran are ready to kill more protesters who are calling for the downfall of the regime, and in this case, a swift intervention of human rights organizations and the international community, in addition to the United Nations, must be carried out."
This comes after news of a political consensus to break up the protest spaces in various ways in the coming days, particularly after the meeting held by [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
with the militia leaders, which resulted in several agreements, including those related to ending the protests because they deepen the Iraqi crisis.