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    Post by Rocky Mon 21 Feb 2022, 5:43 am

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    [size=52]The most dangerous streets of Baghdad: mafia, prostitution, drugs and security elements control the capital of crime[/size]

    [size=45]As if it is an area cut off from the capital, when you pass the Al-Bataween area, in central Baghdad, specifically from the direction of the beginning of Al-Saadoun Street and its first three branches, you check your pocket well, and you are suspicious as you watch women lying on the ground or standing while they work to entice passersby for the purpose of prostitution.[/size]
    [size=45]This is the story of the three streets of the region in which Shafak Agency penetrated, after it received dozens of stories about drug gangs, organized crime, human organ trafficking, prostitution, beggary and other crimes and suspicious acts, as well as unlicensed nightclubs, as if it were a city outside the limits of the authority, and this was confirmed by one Its residents who told stories from their bitter reality, and on the other hand, what a security source disclosed about mafias that control the security situation and their dealings with security leaders and party protection for the rampant corruption in the three streets in the heart of Baghdad.[/size]
    [size=45]Residents of the Bataween: Our streets are infested with crime[/size]
    [size=45]A number of residents of the Al-Bataween area, in central Baghdad, said that their area “is considered one of the areas plagued by corruption, due to the large number of brothels and liquor stores that are scattered between residences or within the area and narcotic pills, as well as harboring many criminals and fugitives from justice from the rest of Baghdad and the various Iraqi provinces.”[/size]
    [size=45]The residents added that “the first three streets of the Al-Bataween area, specifically, the beginning of Al-Saadoun Street, from the side of Bab Al Sharqi are among the most dangerous places in Baghdad, where gangs are currently selling drugs and selling human organs,” noting that a number of Syrian citizens take these areas as their dens. They engage in beggary, prostitution and other suspicious activities.”[/size]
    [size=45]The residents added that "a number of members who wear security uniforms deal with these gangs, and take financial shares from liquor stores, and those who work in these infested businesses," noting that "there are women engaged in prostitution who are openly present on the main street of the Bataween area, and there are a number of them nearby. Members of the security forces, who leave them unaccounted for, as if the matter did not concern them.”[/size]
    [size=45]The residents indicated that “these women who are brokering and promoting prostitution in certain homes inside the region, while the cafes that are located help the spread of drugs,” noting that “those accused of these acts, even if they are arrested, in separate security campaigns launched from time to time, they leave after a while. And they go back to their activities again.”[/size]
    [size=45]“Mafias and a party control the security situation”[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, a private security source, who asked not to be named due to the sensitivity of the information, said that “some pieces of land in the Bataween area cooperate with prostitution and drug dealers networks,” noting that “even if the senior security leaders decide to conduct inspections in this area, crime gangs are informed. With its various types, through many sources cooperating with them, the inspections end without any positive results.”[/size]
    [size=45]The source added that "recently, there has been a decrease in organized crime operations, but the operations of prostitution and drug trafficking have continued," noting that "greed has reached some of those affiliated with the security forces to allow alcoholic beverages stores to open their stores during the months of Muharram and Ramadan, in which this trade is prohibited, and that Through security protection in exchange for money received by senior officers in the region.”[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, "It is difficult to control gangs in this area, specifically in the three mentioned streets since 2003 until now," noting that "the security operations that take place from time to time are mostly the result of rumors and material differences between the mafias in the area, and the reporting that reaches For the security forces, through unknown people, and the cases are related to the presence of quantities of narcotics and human trafficking.”[/size]
    [size=45]The security source indicated that "the Bataween area is currently a shelter for the homeless and beggars, and these are working under the protection of one of the influential parties in the country," without mentioning the name of the party.[/size]
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