[size=36]Iraq calls on the international community to provide justice for the victims of terrorism[/size]
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, National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji called on the international community to do justice to the victims of terrorism, while noting that the Iraqi government launched psychological and health recovery programs for all societies that were under the control of ISIS.
A statement from Al-Araji's office stated that "the National Security Adviser participated in the first global conference on victims of terrorism, held at the United Nations headquarters in New York, and through closed circuit television, with the participation of the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Director of the Counter-Terrorism Office, Mr. Iraq's seat at the United Nations, Permanent Representative, Ambassador, Muhammad Husayn Bahr al-Ulum.
Al-Araji delivered Iraq’s speech at the conference, in which he stressed, “Iraq has faced terrorism and extremism for years, as the terrorist organization ISIS tried to ignite sedition, raped cities, killed men and women, stole money, and caused the emigration of more than one million and four hundred thousand citizens, but the Iraqis thwarted its plans with their awareness.” and their social cohesion.
Al-Araji added, "The Iraqis, with all their components and sects, fought heroic battles against the terrorist ISIS, and the fatwa of sufficient jihad issued by the supreme reference had a great impact in the victory over terrorism," noting that "the terrorist threat of ISIS has become limited, thanks to the sacrifices of the security forces of all kinds and the help of the coalition." international and friendly countries.
Al-Araji indicated that "the Iraqi government launched psychological and health recovery programs for all communities that were under the control of ISIS, adding that the psychological cell of the National Security Adviser continued its tasks with the support of the Iraqi government, civil society organizations and the United Nations, to provide treatment and advice to restore psychological balance to the victims of terrorism, Through the use of psychiatric clinics for returnees from the Syrian Al-Hol camp and the rest of the displacement camps, to help the victims cope and understand their fears.”
He pointed out, "The Iraqi government has enacted Law No. 20 of 2009 on Victims of Terrorism, as well as the Law for Redress for Yazidi Survivors, in order to enforce the law and punish terrorist criminals."
Al-Araji called on the international community to "do justice to the victims of terrorism and reintegrate them into society, by increasing programs to support victims and rehabilitate returnees from the Syrian al-Hol camp, especially women and children, as well as focusing on raising the capacities of workers in the field of psychological rehabilitation," stressing that "Iraq is heading towards To develop a strategy that includes an integrated package of services to cover the needs of victims of terrorism." Ended 29 / h