[size=36]Human Rights demands the government to establish the Iraqi Center for Documentation: to record thousands of violations[/size]
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, the Iraqi Human Rights Commission presented, on Friday, a statistic of ISIS crimes in Iraq, appealing to the government.
Commission member Fadel Al-Gharawi said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "we are living in these days the painful memory of ISIS' entry into Nineveh Governorate, committing genocide, rape, captivity, kidnapping, destroying all cultural objects and museums, confiscating property, recruiting children and using civilians as human shields. The displacement of more than five million civilians, the fight against religions, and the demolition of mosques, churches and temples in crimes amounting to genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes committed on sectarian, religious and ethnic grounds, which requires handing over the perpetrators to justice and reparation for the victims.
Al-Gharawi added, "We stand with honor and respect for the author of the fatwa, Imam al-Sistani, and on this day we remember the sacrifices of our honorable sons from the Popular Mobilization, the Anti-Terrorism Service, the Tribal Mobilization, the Peshmerga, the army, the police and the rest of the security and armed forces for their humanitarian and national role in protecting the homeland and defeating ISIS terrorism."
And he stated, "These sacrifices call us to demand the government to establish the Iraqi Center for Documentation, to be a guide and witness to the times of what happened in this era of Iraq's history of brutal crimes committed by the terrorist ISIS." Ended 29/A43