7,000 Sunnis killed by Death Squads?

Yes, that is what Faik Bakir, the director of the Baghdad morgue, has told The Guardian newspaper.

Seven thousand Sunnis killed by death squads run, funded, operated, and fully integrated into the Iraqi Interior Ministry that is itself an operating base for Iranian agents.

Bakir fled Baghdad for parts unknown because his revelation proves that the Iraqi government currently led by Ibrahim al-Jaafary (former Da’awa terrorist and emissary of Iran) has intentionally covered up these figures by”

1) Denying the existence of death squads; 2) refusing to investigate year-long accusations coming from the Association of Muslim Scholars and now the US military of the existence of such death squads 3) Not reporting how many bodies are coming into the morgues.

We already saw their cover-up of the atrocities committed at the hands of the Badrists and Sadrists this past weekend.

From the article:

“The vast majority of bodies showed signs of summary execution – many with their hands tied behind their back. Some showed evidence of torture, with arms and leg joints broken by electric drills,” said John Pace, the Maltese UN official. The killings had been happening long before the bloodshed after last week’s bombing of the Shia shrine in Samarra.

Mr Pace, whose contract in Iraq ended last month, said many killings were carried out by Shia militias linked to the industry ministry run by Bayan Jabr, a leading figure in the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (Sciri).

Mr Pace said records, supported by photographs, came from Baghdad’s forensic institute, which passed them to the UN. The Baghdad morgue has been receiving 700 or more bodies a month. The figures peaked at 1,100 last July – many showing signs of torture. Everyone still believing that the US is creating democracy in Iraq, raise your hands.

Assassination report

Another prominent Iraqi has been assassinated. Mosul’s leading dermatologist was kidnapped several days ago and his ransom was set at tens of thousands of dollars. His family could not pay it.

His body was found in a ditch. Iraqi inspiration quote FROM Fayrouz: I’m more interested in reading the opinions of Iraqi bloggers than reading the American bloggers analysis of the siuation. Yes, you can add me to the list of your enemies of all I’m concerned.

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