14-05-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
Range Press / Anbar
Matsamu Fallujah (62 km west of Baghdad), on Tuesday, their willingness
to negotiate with the government to comply with the "goodwill" launched
by the religious authority, Sheikh Abdul-Malik al-Saadi, calling on the
government to deal with "positive and serious" with the theme,
stressing their unwillingness to Go to "other options may be more
painful and perhaps ridden life in Iraq now and in the future."
spokesman said Media Square sit-in Fallujah, Sheikh Mohammed Bijari in
an interview (range Press), "The Square sit-Fallujah responded to the
call of Shaykh Abd al-Malik al-Saadi to form a delegation from the
arenas sit all to negotiate with the government," noting that it "comes
to prove that impossible demands the protesters and they are pursuing
their legitimate rights as well as prove to the world that mobility
peacefully and did not come from a vacuum but to the need of concern to
all Iraqis. "
He Bijari, that "the protestors want Bouktutem this
throw the ball in the court of the government, which dried up a lot
with people and procrastinated in achieving the demands of the
protesters and their rights," he continued, "We are with our reference
and that is we are committed even though the Shaykh Abd al-Malik
al-Saadi reject it."
The media spokesman for Square sit-in
Fallujah, expressed the hope that "the deal the government positively
and seriously with this initiative and does not violate what posed on
its desire to solve this problem of large and spare the Iraqi people the
tragedy," saying "I do not want to go to other options may be Okther
painful and possibly ridden and life in Iraq now and in the future, "as
he put it, without explaining what it is.
The cleric, a prominent
Sunni Abdul-Malik al-Saadi, announced on Monday (the 13th of May 2013
present), in a statement received (range Press) copy of it, for the
formation of (Commission of goodwill) for dialogue with the government
on behalf of the protesters, indicating that the formation aims to
"bloodshed and a dam for a pretext," which accuses the protesters not to
provide the Committee for dialogue, while called on the government to
form a committee carries with it "the powers to respond to the rights of
the demonstrators without delay and procrastination," nominated "shrine
of Imams in Samarra" for the start of the dialogue, stressing that "no
alienate "the rights of the demonstrators, and stressed the need to" not
forgetting "the subject of negotiations" victims of Fallujah, Hawija
and Mosul, Ramadi and Diyala. "
The President of the Conference
of the Iraqi Awakening, Sheikh Ahmed Abu Risha, denied yesterday the
first Sunday (12 May present), reached an agreement to end the sit-in
Anbar, and accused one of the satellite channels "tendentious" promote
it, asserting that "the continued sit-ins until they achieve all the
demands," pointing out that he met with the representative of the
Secretary-General of the United Nations, Martin Kobler, and agreed to
hold a dialogue with representatives of the protesters and
representatives of the Kurdistan region and Sheikh Abdul-Malik al-Saadi
to discuss the demands of the protesters.
While new religious
scholars and preachers mosques in Fallujah, in (the 12 of May now),
refusing to "partition and territories", and would stand with مراجعهم
who have been denied it, and pointed out that the choice is to "unite",
while confirmed their adherence to their demands and the need for
response to the central government to them.
He also accused
Matsamu Fallujah, on Friday (the tenth of May 2013), Prime Minister Nuri
al-Maliki to "stand behind the bombings that targeted mosques in the
capital, Baghdad, and likened Maliki to" Hulagu, "The accused of"
Awakening the new "killing police officers and clerics, criticized the
position of the Iraqi army to protect occasions "Shiite religious" and
prevent prayer in the mosque of Abu Hanifa.
And announced the
Preparatory Committee for the Sunnis and the community in Iraq, Friday
(tenth of May, too), that political figures and religious scholars and
leaders of popular movement in the provinces Almatsamh will hold a
conference in the city of Arbil end of this month, and stressed that the
conference is aimed at shaping the future of the "People of the Year"
And announced coordinating committees in Anbar, (its
city of Ramadi, 110 km west of Baghdad), in (X May 2013), welcomed the
choice op Sheikh Abdul Malik Saadi, a representative of the movement of
mass in six provinces "Almentvdh" against the government, while the drew
that this decision will not come into effect until the meeting of the
six committees in the province to take a decision in this regard,
confirmed Fallujah Matsamu, Asriham to continue to protest until the
government's response to their demands, and "refusal" to politicians
both cases because they "do not represent them."
prominent cleric Sheikh Abdul-Malik al-Saadi, in (the fifth of May
2013), the Iraqi government because of its handling of the demonstrators
and continue بمضايقتهم, and stressed that "confidence" Prime Minister
Nuri al-Maliki has become "non-existent", and refused authorization to
"negotiate" on behalf of the demonstrators, calling on the protesters to
adhere to the "peace and stability and to defend themselves."
sitters in the Iraqi provinces six experiencing mobility opponent of
the government, Alnoa in F (options open), in (third from May 2013), it
was left only three options to deal with the current situation first
departure of al-Maliki and replaced by another from the National
Alliance, or be judged year in provinces Almentvdh the themselves or
resorting to the military option to achieve the demands.
demonstrators Kirkuk and Mosul, they demanded, in the (third from May
2013), to declare "the territory of the province," indicating that the
choice comes "to ward off sedition and avoid bloodshed," and expressed
their rejection of the options "Leave demonstrations or fighting,"
stressing the option "rule ourselves, "and stressed," We do not want to
separate from Iraq and do not want to judge the way the current, "while
the semi-Khatib F Mosul, put the provinces where protests with the
government as" the siege of Muslims in the Quraish, "while criticizing
the people of the South for" not supporting the protesters " , noting
that politicians have declared the death of the political process and
"pray the funeral prayer."
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, warned
during a conference of the clans held building and the Interior Ministry
in the capital, Baghdad, in (the first of May 2013), and attended
(range Press), from entering the country in the "endless war" if divided
into regions on a "sectarian basis ", while stressing that the region
which calls for forging some" sedition driven intelligence belonging to a
particular country, "expressed support for the establishment of a
constitutional regions far from the" foreign plots ".
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