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    A researcher comments on introducing education into Iraqi prisons: a step towards “love of life”

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    A researcher comments on introducing education into Iraqi prisons: a step towards “love of life” Empty A researcher comments on introducing education into Iraqi prisons: a step towards “love of life”

    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Jun 2024, 4:24 am

    A researcher comments on introducing education into Iraqi prisons: a step towards “love of life”

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    Today, Monday (June 17, 2024), social researcher Mustafa Al-Taie stressed the importance of introducing schools into Iraqi prisons, describing this step as “great.”
    Al-Taie told “Baghdad Today” that “the step of introducing schools into Iraqi prisons is a very important and great step, as the involvement of prisoners in education and study will lead to the development of their thinking,” stressing that “this will push them to love life, and when he leaves prison, he will continue his professional and academic life instead of returning.” "For the illegal actions that put him in prison."
    He added, "There is no doubt that this matter is not only the responsibility of the Ministry of Education, but rather it must be in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and supportive and competent government agencies, especially since it requires the provision of educational cadres who know how to deal with prisoners," indicating that it is "necessary and important, and it is practiced in most cases." Developed countries concerned with human rights.
    It is noteworthy that the politician and former member of the Iraqi parliament, Mathal Al-Alusi, revealed on Saturday (June 15, 2024) that there are serious violations committed inside Iraqi prisons, amounting to “sexual assault.”
    Al-Alusi told "Baghdad Today" that "most Iraqi prisons witness serious human rights violations, including torture and violence against prisoners, and sometimes matters even reach sexual assaults in light of the inability of the competent government agencies to stop these violations despite the repeated complaints submitted to them on an almost daily basis."
    He added, "There are dangerous and large mafias that have begun to run their business while inside prison, and these mafias have begun to recruit some of their prisoners to carry out some crimes, especially related to drug trafficking, after they leave prison." 
    The former MP stressed that "most prisons have become an environment for creating criminals and mafias because of the widespread and serious human rights violations to which prisoners are exposed. Therefore, international human rights organizations must intervene to stop these violations."
    Meanwhile, the head of the committee, Arshad Al-Salhi, confirmed in a previous interview to “Baghdad Today” that “the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee is constantly monitoring the humanitarian conditions in all Iraqi prisons, and it also conducts periodic field visits to all prisons through specialized committees, and it also follows up on all cases.” Complaints about any violations.”
    He added, "The most prominent problem that Iraqi prisons suffer from is the human density inside the rooms. In some prisons, inmates are imprisoned four times or more beyond their capacity. This matter is being discussed with the relevant government agencies, especially the Ministry of Justice, in order to find quick solutions to this matter." Which causes malnutrition, health and other problems, which are considered in violation of human rights standards.”
    The Parliamentary Human Rights Committee visited Al-Karkh Central Prison in Baghdad last February and announced its intention to host officials to identify obstacles in the prisons.
    The committee delegation explained in its meeting with prison officials that “the Human Rights Committee has a specific strategy for this year regarding prisons, including monitoring cases of violations,” adding that “the Minister of Justice follows the work of the Iraqi Correctional Service and the Human Rights Committee is aware of the challenges, especially the problem of overcrowding and others,” noting that The role of the criminal justice departments in the High Commission for Human Rights in the governorates will be activated.”
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