US Sponsored Sectarian Iraq Regime: Prime Minister Maliki issues Order to Shoot to Kill

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by Ibrahim Ebeid

A Confidant of Al Dawa Sectarian Party of Maliki said, that orders were issued from the so cold office of the commander in chief of the armed forces, to the commanders in Mosul, Samara and Almuthanna, to execute anyone who raises his voice in the demonstrations, and their corpses will not be delivered to their families.

 Many tribes from the South are pouring into Anbar to join the growing protest against Maliki. All the participating groups are calling for the expulsion of Maliki and all who are part of the political process .

Tens of thousands of Sunni Muslims blocked Iraq’s main trade route to neighboring Syria and Jordan in a fourth day of demonstrations against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

In the meantime Saleh Al Mutlaq, the deputy prime minister attempted to go to the platform to talk to the protesters, he was prevented to do so, the protesters threw stones, shoes and full water bottles at him, he was forced to leave, his bodyguards  started shooting directly at the people, some were wounded and one young man was killed, a commemoration will take place in his honor in the rally.—-watch youtube of the coward Al mutlaq running awy.– https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rCKQs3IYXeQ

Demonstrations are still going on strongly in Mosul and other parts of Iraq. A huge rally is taking place in Kirkuk where Arabs, Kurds and Turcoman are participating

Another young man, Sardi Dhiab Sardi Aljanabi, a demonstrator,  was executed in Siniyeh, a town, in the district of Biji.

Maliki issues an order to shoot to kill

A Confidant of Al Dawa Sectarian Party of Maliki said, that orders were issued from the so cold office of the commander in chief of the armed forces, to the commanders in Mosul, Samara and Almuthanna, to execute anyone who raises his voice in the demonstrations, and their corpses will not be delivered to their families.

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