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    Iraq freed 57 prisoners, Saudi and their expected arrival during a week

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    Iraq freed 57 prisoners, Saudi and their expected arrival during a week Empty Iraq freed 57 prisoners, Saudi and their expected arrival during a week

    Post by Hkp1 Tue 02 Jul 2013, 1:33 pm


    Iraq freed 57 prisoners, Saudi and their expected arrival during a week



    Author: HAA
    Editor: AJ
    2013-07-02 21: 16


    Range/Baghdad

    Presidency Committee of Saudi detainees in Iraq on Tuesday, Iraqi authorities released (57) Saudi prisoners, "likely arrival in Saudi Arabia on" within a week "after their safety has been confirmed," health "in Baghdad, indicating that death row prisoners" not covered "release.

    The Commission Chief said the Saudi detainees in Iraq, in a law firm, Thamer Hamad Al-blaihed, a press release quoted (home), obtained by (range), that "Iraqi authorities yesterday released 57 Saudi detainees," expressing his belief in "access to Saudi Arabia within a week.

    Anderson said that "the (57) was brought before a medical Committee in Baghdad confirmed their safety and health", stating that "release includes detainees sentenced to death".

    Anderson noted that "death row five detainees, are Tin-Tin Qahtani Shadi Bader shammari, Aaron auvan and Hassan and Mahmoud Al-shanqeeti ladies monthly", pointing out that he "was taking the reigns of Iraqi authorities not to execute them until their cases are heard.

    Sources close to the Interior Ministry, revealed (June 10, 2013), "a Saudi security delegation Chief will visit Iraq before Ramadan to end the Saudi detainees file", and "large" indicators for the resolution of this file, sign a "open channels of communication and exchange visits between officials of the two countries at the highest levels.

    The Iraqi Interior Ministry Undersecretary Adnan Al-Assadi, such as Iraq in the thirtieth session of the Council of Arab Interior Ministers held in the Saudi capital of Riyadh on the sidelines of a meeting held with the Saudi Interior Minister, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, was agreement to form a Joint Committee to activate the process of transferring sentenced to penalties of deprivation of liberty in the context of regional conventions and bilateral between the two countries in accordance with the principle of reciprocity, and consistent with the applicable laws and regulations in both countries.

    Press reports indicate that there are more than 400 detainees from different Arab countries in Iraqi prisons, according to some figures published by the various reports that the number of Arab prisoners in Iraq reached 462 prisoners, including 65 Egyptian, Syrian and Saudi 90 100 and 12 Tunisians and an Algerian, Libya 23 15 22 Jordanian and a Sudanese and a Yemeni 24, 19 and 40 Palestinians and Lebanese, one Moroccan and 13, says that most of them have been indicted, with Iraqi authorities carried out a death sentence against them on charges Terrorism.

    Despite statements by Iraqi officials and a number of Governments on resolving the Arabic for detainees, but Iraq still has dozens of them, in the circumstances described in the reports of international organizations.

    Iraq faces criticism from international human rights organizations sequence due to the treatment of prisoners, including Arab detainees, according to the latest Amnesty International report on human rights in Iraq, the torture and abuse of detainees "was one of the most persistent and pervasive feature in the scene the Iraqi human rights."

    Saudi-Iraqi relations were suspended for nearly 20 years following Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990, and did not return to normal until after the fall of the former regime, "coolness" has continued to dominate the scene between the two countries, with occasional waves of accusations have been raised for the Saudi interference in Iraqi Affairs and allow the armed groups to enter into Iraq, while prisoners of the two countries in each other's prisons are an additional reason for tension.

    Although Saudi Arabia was represented at the Baghdad Summit low-grade "Ambassador" but Iraq counted no boycott of the Summit hosted by the improvement in relations, especially because Saudi Arabia has not yet opened its Embassy in the country and a non-resident Ambassador, recently saw seemed to rapprochement between the two countries, Iraq after a "positive" meetings between representatives of the two countries on the sidelines of the recent Islamic Conference in Cairo.


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    Iraq freed 57 prisoners, Saudi and their expected arrival during a week Empty Iraq released 57 detainees Saudis

    Post by Hkp1 Wed 03 Jul 2013, 1:32 am

    Iraq released 57 detainees Saudis


    07/03/2013 08:53

    Saudi newspaper revealed the launch of the Iraqi authorities released 57 detainees Saudis have.

    The Iraq and Saudi Arabia signed on 24 June last prisoner exchange agreement between the two countries allows them the opportunity to spend the rest of their sentences in their home, and in the framework of the Riyadh Arab Agreement for Judicial Cooperation in 1983.

    The newspaper quoted Chairman of the Committee for the Defense of Saudi detainees in Iraq Thamer البليهد, saying that "the Iraqi authorities released 57 detainees Saudis, it is expected to arrive to their home country within a week or so."


    He added البليهد The "does not include the release of prisoners sentenced to death, they are five detainees (Abdullah Azzam al-Qahtani, Shadi Assa'edi,, Badr Aovan the al-Shammari, a good monthly Mahmud Ladies Shanqeeti)."

    He explained, "we took covenants of the Iraqi authorities not to implement them until death sentence be reconsidered in their cases," noting that "57 Saudi detainees have been brought before a medical committee in Baghdad and health to ensure their safety."

    This release comes a day before the scheduled visit by a Saudi delegation to the security of the capital Baghdad on Wednesday to end the file of a prisoner exchange between the two countries.

    The statistics indicate that the number of Saudi prisoners in Iraqi prisons numbering 90 prisoners, while the number of Iraqi prisoners in Saudi prisons to more than 200 prisoners, has signed two countries last year, initialed an agreement to exchange prisoners


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