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    Anbar angry wall of Baghdad, which built on agricultural land: we are not second-class citizens

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    Post by Rocky Sat 06 Feb 2016, 7:21 am

    Anbar angry wall of Baghdad, which built on agricultural land: we are not second-class citizens


    Publishing Date: Sat, 06 Feb 2016 09:01:03 | Views: 48

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    The local government expressed in Anbar and deputies from the province and tribal leaders from the resentment and anger of the draft Baghdad Wall (Wall of cement, up 3 kilometers), which will separate between the clans back grandfather and one in a small town south of Fallujah.

    The fence project includes identifying eight main gates of Baghdad, tightly controlled and used by sophisticated detectors for explosives, and other special inspections of trucks.

    According to local officials and witnesses, the "new cement wall, which surround the capital, will be built on agricultural land owned by citizens, and will lead to truncated portions of Karma, is anger officials in Anbar, who called it" are on the borders of their wallets. "
     
     
    According to deputies from the Union of Forces, that Baghdad driven options "do not want to resort to it," and that the Iraqi government send letters to the year, "second-class citizens."

    Baghdad, in turn, confirms that the "fence" will not exceed the known capital of the administrative border, and it will include areas of what is known as "Baghdad belt" to prevent the infiltration of militants and booby through it.

    Baghdad operations commander, Lt. Gen. Abdul Amir al-Shammari revealed that "military engineering teams: the first, sixth and ninth and eleventh and seventeenth in the Iraqi army, embarked on a project Wall Baghdad security since the first of this February."

    The fence will include digging a trench width of three meters and a depth of two meters and stay aligned through him, to encircle the capital from all sides in stages up 360 degrees. "

    The Baghdad Operations Command plans to lift concrete blocks inside the capital to be used in the creation of the fence, and the construction of observation towers equipped with cameras.

    Sees deputies from the Union of Iraqi forces to "fence seems like someone who says to the people of Anbar, the year that you are second-class citizens and that the government is not obliged to Bomenkm and you manage Omorkm remain solely."
     
    And confirms Deputy for Anbar "The government in Baghdad paid year to resort to Filter Options visits do not want to resort to it .. if we found ourselves on our own forces draw upon another to save us from Daash."
     
    He continues, MP Mohammad al-Karbouli saying that "the idea to surround Baghdad concrete blocks closer to the US vision in the division of Iraq into three separate provinces of Baghdad and three other provinces." He believes that "Baghdad speed up the implementation of the American idea."

    Anbar officials received complaints from farmers in Karma, 35 km west of Baghdad, that digging the trench and extending the process beyond the fence on private farmland.

    Karbouli says that "the prime minister cut off land as he wants. Wall enters in Anbar borders and will include areas Ibrahim Bin Ali, Girls Hassan, thunders bridge, Iraqi factory, "pointing out that" these areas are located within the boundaries of the vine and the Baghdad Operations Command and factions in the popular crowd last year edited from Daash still exist where to catch the ground. " .

    In turn, says festival Ammash, a spokesman for the Anbar province, that "the Baghdad Operations Command, or officials in Baghdad did not inform us build a fence from inside the vine."

    He pointed out that Ammash "fence enters the depth of 7 km within the borders on the vine and beyond on a private property with farmers." "The fence will separate between the people of the vine and the one between the clans that live there."

    In turn, says Ali Sarheed, in the Baghdad provincial council member, he said "the fence within the known capital of the administrative border." Noting that "the first phase, which will extend to 100 km starting from Naimi south of Fallujah toward the vine to control Alabegi, north of Baghdad."

    Criticizes Sarheed, a representative of the southern Baghdad belt areas, the vote, which is that the fence is designed to "isolate the population or sectarian Excellence." And it asserts that "the wall is purely for security purposes and will include all areas inside Baghdad belt."

    He goes on a member of the Baghdad Provincial Council to say that "the fence will increase gradually checkpoints inside Baghdad and turn it into a control towers," adding that "the fence will not cost the budget so much that he would use concrete blocks inside Baghdad, and teams of engineering of the army will be implemented."
     
    The idea began to isolate Baghdad neighborhoods of concrete blocks in 2006 from the escalation of violence has been implemented with a plan to impose law in 2008 and attributed the idea to the US military commander General George Casey, and was opposed by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

    Al-Maliki said at a news conference with Amr Moussa, Secretary-General of the Arab League, during a visit to Cairo in 2007, he built this insulating walls projector, it is believed that there are other ways to protect Iraqis.

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