[size=36]Parliament Presidency warns of Baathist support to obliterate the legacy of martyrs[/size]
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, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan Al-Kaabi, warned, on Wednesday, against the hands of the Baathists trying to obliterate the legacy of the martyrs, while indicating that the crimes of the buried regime cannot be forgotten as they are against humanity and civilization.
In a speech delivered during his attendance at the martyrdom festival held by the Martyrs Foundation under the slogan "The Day of the Victory of the Martyr and the Fall of the Baath," on the occasion of the 41st anniversary of the martyrdom of the Islamic thinker, Mr. Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr (Quds), Al-Kaabi said, "The tragic memory and the tragic event of the martyrdom of Mr. Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr The cover revealed the ugliness of the Baath’s platform and its oppressive gang, ”indicating that“ the martyr al-Sadr and those who accompanied him among the martyrs were the first step in the work and projects of jihad and martyrdom that did not stop and continued to the second martyr Muhammad Muhammad Sadiq al-Sadr (may God be pleased with them) and with them tens of thousands of martyrs who were killed. The niche of freedom without fear, hesitation or subservience. "
He added that "Iraqis have suffered for decades from hunger, deprivation, misery and Baathist terrorism, especially the families of martyrs and prisoners, and from sympathy and lived their suffering," noting that "the rudeness of the Saddam regime pushed it to encroach on the holy cities in Najaf and the holy Karbala, and its crimes burdened Iraq with debts, destruction and the violation of rights." The human being and pushed to the fragmentation of society and its institutions. "
The First Vice President stressed "the necessity to do justice to the pure blood and to protect the legacy of the honorable martyrs, such as the mass graves that the Baath seeks to obliterate," describing them as "a cry that frightens tyrants and awakens the human conscience from its slumber."
And he called on "state institutions to shed light and support programs on that unjust era," calling on the three presidencies and ministries to "support the law of the martyrs and inclusive classes with its provisions."
Al-Kaabi wagered on the people's awareness of rejecting the return of dictatorship and repelling the attempt to falsify and distort facts about the Baath crimes, stressing that “all of these crimes cannot be forgotten or erased even if the time has passed since they are crimes against humanity, civilization and a decent life.”
The festival included a speech by the President of the Martyrs Foundation, Abd al-Ilah al-Naeli, in which he praised the role of First Deputy Hassan al-Kaabi in preserving and defending the rights of the martyrs and their families, and the support provided by him to redress this sacrificial segment, and a documentary film on the biography of the martyr Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr (Jerusalem) entitled (It will remain) As a symbol), in addition to a photo exhibition documenting the era that Iraq lived during the period of Saddam's dark dictatorship. Ended 29 / A43