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Demonstrators in Jordan call to dismiss Iraqi Ambassador

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Post by notazbad2000 Tue May 21, 2013 11:00 am

Demonstrators in Jordan call to dismiss Iraqi Ambassador


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Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) Dozens of protesters demonstrated in front of the Iraqi Embassy in Amman, calling to dismiss the Iraqi Ambassador to Amman due to attack against Jordanian activists who were shouting slogans supporting Saddam’s regime during a ceremony held by the Iraqi Embassy to commemorate the victims of the mass graves of former regime. The protesters chanted slogans in support of the “revolutionaries in Al Anbar and Fallujah” in Iraq, the mainly Sunni tribal Western region of Iraq that has been witnessing ongoing tensions with security forces. It is worth mentioning that a video clip showing cadres of the Iraqi Embassy in Amman reportedly beating Jordanian Ba’athist activist during an embassy reception last week stirred hundreds of protesters to demonstrate in front of the Embassy in Amman on Monday, calling for expelling the Iraqi Ambassador from Jordan and reprimanding its cadres. An edited video clip broadcasted by an Iraqi TV channel and circulated on social networking sites, shows embassy cadres attacking Jordanian Ba’athist activists who walked into the function and chanted slogans against Iraqi President Nouri al-Maliki and in support of late Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and his Ba’athist regime. The Jordanian Government did not comment on this issue but some local media outlets mentioned that the Jordanian Foreign Ministry on Monday asked the Iraqi Embassy for clarification over what took place during the incident. The incident occurred last Thursday at the Royal Cultural Center in Amman to commemorate what the Iraqi Embassy called “Mass Graves in the Era of the Former Regime.”


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