[size=36]Parliament Presidency: Anti-working gangs and ISIS are two sides of the same coin[/size]
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, Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Al-Kaabi said on Monday that the anti-working gangs and ISIS are two sides of the same coin, and the security forces and clan elders must put an end to the recklessness.
Al-Kaabi said in a statement received by / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that he "condemns in the strongest terms, the closure of a number of universities in Dhi Qar Governorate by the so-called anti-working team and their repeated attacks on college students," calling on the security forces to "different classes to move immediately to arrest these gangs." And put an end to this recklessness and chaos. "
He added, "Gangs of the so-called anti-permanence have reached a stage that cannot be tolerated or completely condoned. Understanding and terrorism represented by ISIS have become two sides of the same coin after their insistence and malicious attempts to ignore society and prevent the spread of education and culture." He called on indigenous tribal elders to "take their role in Cooperate with the security forces in dealing with all manifestations of intimidation, intimidation, vandalism, arson and attacks on university students.
Al-Kaabi expressed his regret for the presence of these escaped gangs in the midst of Dhi Qar, the cradle of civilizations, the city of science, writers, poets, culture, intellectuals, artists and doctors, stressing that "what happened today cannot pass without the perpetrators being punished immediately." End 29 / h