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Iraqi Protests Against Iran Regime

“We call for the resignation of the government and an independent prime minister who does not belong to any party,” said the protesters.

After the deaths of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi militia leader Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the mullahs in Tehran have been desperately trying to paint these murderers as popular and beloved.

Iraqi Protesters Return to Streets

After the expire of the parliament's deadline for specifying a new Prime Minister, Iraqi protesters flooded into streets and squares to achieve their rightful demands despite Iran-backed militias' threats.

Since the beginning of October, the Iraqi people started a new round of demonstrations against the corrupt political system that takes its orders from the mullahs’ regime in Iran. Despite a cruel suppression, the brave Iraqi youths did not stop their struggle for an appropriate ruling system.

Update: Ongoing Protests in Iraq

Iraqi's protest the corrupt government and officials, and especially elements linked to the mullahs’ regime in Iran.

Iraq has witnessed escalating waves of large protests. State repression and violence are always quick to follow. During this most recent uprising, it is estimated that state security forces and their allies have killed over 420 protesters and wounded over 15,000.

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