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The Iraqi judiciary is prosecuting the participants in the Erbil conference for “peace and recovery”

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The Iraqi judiciary is prosecuting the participants in the Erbil conference for “peace and recovery” Empty The Iraqi judiciary is prosecuting the participants in the Erbil conference for “peace and recovery”

Post by rocky Mon 27 Sep 2021, 7:14 am

[size=52]The Iraqi judiciary is prosecuting the participants in the Erbil conference for “peace and recovery”[/size]

Three arrest warrants issued for disavowing the meeting and complaining of misinformation
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Former MP Mithal Al-Alusi

[size=45]At a time when the Iraqi judiciary issued arrest warrants against a number of participants in the “peace and recovery” conference that was held last Friday in the city of Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region, which in its final statement called for the establishment of peace in the region and normalization with Israel, a large number of the participating figures were forced to retreat. And an apology.[/size]
[size=45]The campaign to disavow the conference and its consequences included the first Iraqi MP to visit Israel publicly, nearly a year after the fall of the former regime at the hands of the Americans, the former MP Mithal Al-Alusi, who was issued an arrest warrant against him by the Iraqi judiciary, while he is currently residing in Germany to undergo surgery, according to the announce it. Although Al-Alusi reiterated his belief in normalization and his call for establishing relations with Israel, he denied any connection with the aforementioned conference.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Alusi had lost his two sons a year after his visit to Israel in an operation carried out by “Al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia” at the time, while Al-Alusi accused the former Iraqi Minister of Culture, Asaad Al-Hashemi, of orchestrating the assassination because the minister was an imam before his visit to one of the mosques near Al-Alusi’s house and was inciting him because of his visit. Announced to Israel at a time when Iraqi law does not allow this, but rather sentences anyone who communicates with Israel to death.[/size]
[size=45]The arrest warrants also included Wissam Al-Hardan, head of the Iraq Awakening and one of the sheikhs of Anbar Province, and he was the one who read the final statement, one of its paragraphs included normalization with Israel. After the issuance of an arrest warrant against him from a court in Anbar, Al-Hardan issued a statement declaring his innocence from the aforementioned conference, indicating that he had been invited to a conference calling for peace and the recovery of Jewish money and property, but he was surprised when he was asked to read the statement by including the paragraph on normalization and peace with Israel.[/size]
[size=45]Despite the statement in which Al-Hardan announced his apology for participating and launched a campaign against Israel as the historical enemy of Arabs and Muslims, this did not work. Rather, the Iraqi judiciary issued another arrest warrant against him with Mithal Al-Alusi and an employee in the Iraqi Ministry of Culture, Sahar Al-Tai.[/size]
[size=45]In the same context, a number of other participants in the conference issued statements and made statements in which they did not repudiate only participation in the conference, but held Al-Hardan fully responsible as he was the one who invited them to attend a conference, telling them that it was related to the problems of the Awakening in Iraq, and that they would be redressed and their salaries increased.[/size]
[size=45]But the head of the Iraq Awakening Conference, Ahmed Abu Risha, said in a post on Twitter that "Al-Hardan is the one who impersonated the leader of the Awakening, while he has nothing to do with the matter, neither closely nor from afar."[/size]
[size=45]It is noteworthy that former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had approached Al-Hardan to him and gave him the responsibility of the Awakening instead of Abu Risha because of the latter's position, which was in favor of the demonstrations in Anbar. But Abu Risha remained committed to the legitimacy of his presidency of the Awakening, which was founded by his brother, the late Awakening leader, Sattar Abu Risha, who was killed by "Al-Qaeda" in 2007, two days after he appeared alongside former US President George W. Bush at the Ain Al-Assad base in Anbar.[/size]
[size=45]The Kurdistan Regional Government announced that it is not related to the aforementioned conference and any outcomes resulting from it. The official spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government, Dr. Jutiar Adel, said in a statement to Asharq Al-Awsat that "what was presented at the Erbil meeting does not at all express the opinion of the Kurdistan Regional Government, and the government is committed to the constitution, which stipulates that drawing foreign policies are among the exclusive competencies of the federal state and the region respects the constitution." And he abides by its terms,” noting that “the establishment of any relations for the region must be within the framework of the constitution and the framework of laws and principles related to building relations with foreign countries.” Adel added that "the government has taken legal measures against the organizers of this conference because it was not with the knowledge of the regional government, and no one was represented by the regional government in it."[/size]
[size=45]In the same context, the Kurdistan Democratic Party, led by Massoud Barzani, expressed on Sunday its astonishment at the attack against the Kurdistan region because of the conference. Party member Imad Baglan said in a statement that "Kurdistan has nothing to do with the conference. Baglan added, "Kurdistan will not be part of the problems between Sunnis and Shiites, and we are surprised by this fierce attack and electoral bidding, and the reactions are to improve the parties' image in front of their voters, especially before the fortieth of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him." He pointed out that "these auctions and investing these issues will not benefit the Palestinian cause or any other issue."[/size]
[size=45]In addition, Iraqi National Security Adviser Qassem al-Araji declared that "Iraq does not pursue Iraqi Jewish citizens who cling to their identity and is keen to deal with them as citizens who have full citizenship rights." While al-Araji confirmed in a televised statement that “there are small numbers of Jews in a number of Iraqi provinces,” he revealed that the number of Iraqi Jews residing in Baghdad is only 4.”[/size]
[size=45]Baghdad: «Middle East»[/size]
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