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Observers: "State of death" is expanding in Iraq

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Observers: "State of death" is expanding in Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Sep 29, 2018 10:49 am

Observers: "State of death" is expanding in Iraq

Twilight News

3 hours ago

In the past two months, Iraq has witnessed four assassinations of well-known female figures, most recently the disappearance of the Farah Faris model in the Karm Sarah district of Baghdad, which clearly refers to the dominance of extremist religious movements over the lives of Iraqis and that the state of death is expanding dramatically in Iraq.

The liquidation operations began in mid-August, with the death of a famous cosmetic expert, Rafiq al-Yasiri, in mysterious circumstances. Despite the formation of the competent authorities investigation committee to know the circumstances of the incident, but the Iraqi Interior declined to disclose any details. Leaked news from the Department of Forensic Medicine in Baghdad, indicating that the Yasiri killed poisoned with arsenic.

Not one week after this incident, even announced in Baghdad the death of another cosmetic expert Rasha al-Hassan, who also leaked that she was subjected to severe poisoning under mysterious circumstances.

Yasiri and Hassan enjoyed great popularity among the local public, having maintained a constant presence at important events and contributing to human activity targeting the poor.

The social media circulated various accounts of the causes of the death of Yasiri and Hassan, including that they were planning to open a huge beauty center in the Iraqi capital in partnership with a Lebanese institution. Yasiri and Hassan, they were liquidated.

One of the accounts of the two female personalities was that they were associated with prominent political figures, which allowed them access to some dangerous political secrets. Due to intense political rivalry in Baghdad, influential political parties have decided to dispose of them, using pro-Iranian militias.

The weakest version was related to family disagreements, and others indicate that the death of Yasiri was the result of a large dose of drugs.

So far, the Interior Ministry has not announced the results of the investigations, reinforcing the hypothesis of the involvement of political figures active in the assassination operations, and the involvement of militias in them.

The third murder came to raise more questions about the existence of a target for women known in Iraq. In Basra, a civilian activist, Souad al-Ali, was killed on Tuesday, days after her active participation in a large protest movement against poor public services and widespread corruption in the state institution.

Authorities in the city have tried to suggest that family disputes were the cause of Al-Ali's assassination, but local activists have blamed Iraqi-backed armed militias that have been hit by the protests.

The latest assassination was aimed at the model Tara Fares Thursday, which was fired by unknown assailants in broad daylight in central Baghdad, without the authorities providing a clear explanation.

Observers considered that the killings of militias do not go far from its program to move Iraq to a religious state hardened.

The Iraqi political observer said in a statement to the "Arabs" that is required for the militias of Iran to be destroyed all the living signals that confirm the affiliation of Iraq to the world, noting that the United States gave up the Iraqis when left them face the harshest campaign of arrests and defamation after their protests, which almost overthrew Without the intervention of militias, both declared and invisible.

He added that the silence of the United States in particular, and the silence of the West in general, was an encouraging factor for the militias to resume its project to uproot the manifestations of civil and foremost of all about the existence of women as a positive entity contributes to the building of society outside the boards of slapping and crying.

"The assassination of Suad al-Ali is a serious threat to activists who exercise their constitutional right to express their views and defend their right to life and liberty," said Iraqi poet and mediaman Hamid Qassem. "The assassination was preceded by an organized media campaign against the leaders of the Basra protests, Civilians) accused them of working for the US consulate in the city, against the backdrop of pictures of a reception hosted by the consulate in which some of these activists appeared ..!

"What does it mean to confuse the assassinations of Rafiq al-Yasiri, to the end of a knighthood?"

The Iraqi researcher and academic Ali Agwan said that "the death of Tarra Fares in this way and before it other people has the most important indications that striking such easy targets is a blow to the Iraqi state," pointing out that such targeting "is a sensation that people lose confidence in themselves, their community, and their system The security of the affected headache mainly chronic. "

"These targets are striking because they are accessible, accessible and highly influential," he said.

"The killing of Tarra Fares has deeper implications than the murder of a liberal girl," bloggers in Baghdad say. They believe that "Farah Fares is not the target. The desired goal was beauty, moral and cultural diversity in this country."

"The use of the concepts of religion and atonement to justify the killing in Iraq is an open call, and the fool is the one who refuses to recognize its social reality," says Iraqi analyst Hisham al-Hashemi.

Iraqi media mocks the announcement by the Interior Ministry of the start of the investigation into the killing of Tara Fares. "The police announced that they were investigating the killing of Farah Faris, as if they were capable of announcing the most powerful criminals in the country," media and activist Saadoun Mohsen Dammad wrote.

"With Tarra Fares killed, we have reached the moment of total disregard," says journalist and writer Mohammad Ghazi Al Akhras. They will kill all those who do not like them, "warning that" the state of death is forming .. an unprecedented state. " "Whoever defends the murderers by justifying what is moral or legitimate is no less a crime," he said.

"The Interior Minister is following up on himself the investigation into the killing of the pilot and the young blogger Tara Fares," journalist Montazar Nasser said. He added: "Do not tire yourself, Minister! As the investigation of the death of Rafif al-Yasiri, Rasha al-Hassan and Su'ad al-Ali is stopped, he will not move a single step in uncovering the free murderer who roams the roads freely and takes his victims with the atmosphere of al-Al! "


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