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The extent of the Kuwaiti protest against the Iraqi ambassador .. What is the origin of the incident?

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The extent of the Kuwaiti protest against the Iraqi ambassador .. What is the origin of the incident?

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jul 31, 2018 1:41 am

The extent of the Kuwaiti protest against the Iraqi ambassador .. What is the origin of the incident?

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3 hours ago

Shafaq News / On August 2 of each year, Kuwaitis commemorate the 28th anniversary of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, and this time not only the invasion, because of its resolution, but came escalation by the Kuwaitis because of statements made by the Iraqi ambassador Kuwait, Alaa Hashemi, on the naming of the invasion, which angered the Kuwaitis, academics and activists, describing the statements as "provocative."

During a meeting with a local Kuwaiti newspaper, al-Hashemi called for changing the description of the invasion in the Kuwaiti and media curricula from the Iraqi invasion to the Saddam invasion, citing his request for Iraqi people's dissatisfaction with the invasion of Kuwait in order to create tolerance and rapprochement in all aspects between the two countries.

Hashemi's remarks raised strong resentment among the Kuwaitis, who called on their country to respond to it and not to allow it to interfere in the country's internal affairs, stressing that the description of the Iraqi invasion is the description contained in international resolutions.

He said that the invasion and its effects are engraved in the memory of Kuwaitis, not just curricula. "Iraq's invasion of Kuwait and its effects are not just words taught in our curricula, but are engraved in the memory of its age. To address the statements of the Iraqi ambassador provocative and interference in the affairs of Kuwait. "

The political activist Dr. Obaid al-Wassmi addressed the ambassador, saying: "The Ambassador of Iraq, the designation of the Iraqi invasion is the expression contained in international resolutions issued by the Security Council, which gave it this name, and not due to the discretion of the authorities in Kuwait. Kuwait can not go beyond international legitimacy to compliment a ambassador who has not bothered to read decisions related to his work! May God protect you within the limits of your work. "

While the deputy Safa Hashim stepped up in her remarks, saying: "The invasion of Iraq will remain brutal" ... !! We have not forgotten and will not forgive .. the mass of our families and martyrs, and the betrayal of the neighbor's neighbor neighbor will not be extinguished in our hearts .. ".

"The Ambassador of Iraq, instead of this brazen statement, stand on your legs, lower your head, and offer a renewed apology to Kuwaiti martyrs, prisoners and missing persons, may Allah have mercy on them, and regrets the crimes of the former Iraqi regime against Kuwait, and demanded your government to teach These crimes in their educational curricula to awaken the Iraqi generations. "

Kuwait's official position differs from that of the people. Kuwait considers that the Iraqi people were not the occupiers of the invasion. However, this did not change the popular position. Many Kuwaitis still hold the Iraqi people responsible for the invasion, recalling its details and consequences. Innocent people.

On August 2, 1990, the Iraqi army occupied Kuwait in one of the most prominent events of the twentieth century. The Iraqi invasion called for the intervention of the international community and the launching of Operation Desert Storm, which culminated in the liberation of Kuwait on 26 February 1991.


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