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Post by claud39 on Mon Jul 29, 2019 5:16 pm

Canadian newspaper: The international community contributed to the destruction of the environment in Iraq


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A report by The Star newspaper reported that Iraq may face major problems because of the lack of clean up of the land and the environment. Two years after the liberation of Mosul and the defeat of Dahesh , areas of the city are still full of rubble.

"The environment in Iraq is a vital part of reviving Iraq . The more land is polluted, the fewer farmers are able to grow and rebuild," the report said. "The more bodies are found under the rubble and the more garbage is left on the streets, the more people are able to return to their natural habitat and keep them in camps, which could lead to division and further conflict."

He added that "after the escape Daesh from Qayyarah area in Mosul and in the way abroad, set fire to oil wells to cover its tracks, and the fire filled the air toxic smoke covered the sky to pull adark black, and despite the defeat Daesh militarily, it has suffered thousands of inhalation and breathing problems . Farmers can no longer use their land, and poor sheep raised by Iraqis were covered with black soils, struggling to find fresh grass to eat. "

"But deep in the south of the country, a report by Human Rights Watch showed the dire need for water in Basra, which was neglected nearly three decades ago and brought us back to the first Gulf War," he said.

"The water of the Shatt al-Arab River is very polluted, forcing Iraqis to buy water," the report said. "The lack of water supplies means higher costs and without adequate jobs to pay for people's needs. They can be exposed to disease, drought and related diseases. Disease, thirst and hunger and live without any means of cultivation and care of their land are vulnerable to deviation and the occurrence of crimes. "

"There is little that has been done to help develop Iraq . The agricultural land has been destroyed, the families are slow to return, the people are tired and scared," the report said. "You can not blame the population and what has happened in the country for the last three decades."

"The international community has contributed to the deterioration of the country's environmental situation and has led to the emergence of divided societies. This shows that the international community must be responsible for contributing to the reform process. While international funding has gone towards reconstruction efforts, Earth and environment is very rare. "

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