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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:21 pm

Parliamentary security warns of sleeper cells and organized gangs that may be active in Baghdad

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2019-10-06 | 12:44

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The parliamentary Security and Defense Committee warned on Sunday of the existence of sleeper cells and organized gangs that may be active in the capital Baghdad.

The head of the committee, Mohammad Reza, told Alsumaria News that "the parliamentary security and defense committee visited the Baghdad Operations Command and reviewed the numbers of detainees and the wounded," noting that "the most of the demonstrators arrested during the demonstrations have been released."

"The Baghdad Operations Command forces were committed to the rules of engagement in the most crowded locations," he said. "There were cases of mutual violence between the demonstrators and there was a response with gas, water or acoustics."

He stressed that "the situation is good in most places, but there are sleeper cells and gangs organized in the capital Baghdad may be active these days."

The head of the parliamentary security and defense committee, the demonstrators, "to commit to demonstrate in specific places to protect them security and the protection of buildings and property," noting that "government forces are obliged according to the Constitution to protect the demonstrators."

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