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Al-Issawi: Deactivating permanence is a dangerous method that even terrorist groups have not used

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Al-Issawi: Deactivating permanence is a dangerous method that even terrorist groups have not used Empty Al-Issawi: Deactivating permanence is a dangerous method that even terrorist groups have not used

Post by rocky on Wed 29 Jan 2020, 1:37 am


Al-Issawi: Deactivating permanence is a dangerous method that even terrorist groups have not used

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The information / Baghdad ..
A spokesman for the Iraqi Forces Alliance, MP Faleh al-Issawi, counted the suspension of official working hours as a "dangerous method", indicating that this method was not used by even the terrorist Al-Qaeda organization.
Al-Issawi said in televised statements that I followed (Al-Maalouma), that "disrupting the official working hours in the departments and schools is a dangerous method that was not used by al-Qaeda."
Al-Issawi added, "Burning state institutions will only harm the people," noting that "burning Nasiriyah only harms its people."
The deputy of the Alliance of the Conquest, Mahdi Taqi Amerli, warned in a previous statement to "Information", that there are parties working to exploit the demonstrations in order to ignite a new sedition in the country, calling for the necessity of quickly realizing the matter before it is too late. Ended / 25


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