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Iraq's Protests
#1
What Is Going on in Iraq?
https://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13980712000278


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#2
Iraq authorities lift curfew as normalcy returns to streets of Baghdad
Quote:Iraqi authorities have lifted a days-long curfew in Baghdad as normalcy returns to the streets of the country's capital.

Reuters reported on Saturday that traffic ran as usual in Baghdad, with streets and main squares being otherwise quite.

Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi had announced the curfew on Thursday.

The country's National Security Council had issued a statement on Thursday saying that the measure was required to "protect citizens and public and private properties".

Affirming the demonstrators’ “right to protest”, the council condemned "acts of vandalism that accompanied the protests.”

The curfew came after several days of Iraqi protests against mismanagement and corruption, with certain elements turning to acts of violence.
https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/10/0...dad-curfew
#3
Quote:Iran and Iraq are two nations whose bodies, hearts, and souls are connected to each other through their faith in Allah and their love for Ahle al-Beyt and Hossein bin Ali (PBUH) and their ties grow stronger on a daily basis. The enemies seek to divide [them] but they have failed. Their conspiracy will have no impact

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has written in a tweet in apparent reaction to foreign-orchestrated unrest in neighboring Iraq over the past days before the million-people Arbaeen pilgrimage in Iraq.
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#5
Just a starter thread here folks on the deteriorating situation in Iraq. What are the causes behind these protests? and the same in Lebanon now. Sounds like this is part of the hybrid narrative warfare against Iran and its full on. Lot of news coverage to put Iran on the defensive. Lot of online outlets are claiming it to be a Iran vs US power fight. Have a look:

https://www.asiatimes.com/2019/11/articl...-dry-land/
#6
The talk of snipers on rooftops, the killings of many PMU leaders in Iraq - smacks of a CIA op to me.
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#7
Amir, the eternal question on everyone's mind.......how come the Iraqi gubment continues to allow a US presence in Iraq?......What is behind this drama?


(11-02-2019, 10:28 PM)AmirPatriot Wrote: The talk of snipers on rooftops, the killings of many PMU leaders in Iraq - smacks of a CIA op to me.
#8
i already made a thread about Iraq protests

https://iran-military.com/thread-1281.html

(11-02-2019, 10:28 PM)AmirPatriot Wrote: The talk of snipers on rooftops, the killings of many PMU leaders in Iraq - smacks of a CIA op to me.

the situation is much more complicated than that, the snipers on rooftops are ISIS cells operating in Iraq you won't believe how many of them are still there, each cell comprise of 1, 2 to 3 persons which makes them hard to track down, but still many of them have been dealt with.
the 2 PMU fighters who've been assassinated was a revenge between tribes or feud between opposing factions, Iraq is still a tribal society. i won't deny that the US has a hand in many PMU fighters death but lets not ignore other factors.
finaly the protests are against a corrupt US installed regime, lets hope Iraqi people be smart about how to get more concessions from the governement without ruining their country.

like i said before, the iraqis will never know peace until they get rid of the Americans.
#9
Threads merged.
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