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ISJ condemns Maliki’s coup against Iraqi Parliament

ISJ condemns Maliki’s coup against Iraqi Parliament 

Calls for holding a free and fair election by UN 

The International Committee In Search of Justice strongly condemns the March 5th remarks of Iraqi Prime Minister against the parliament and an attempt to destroy the political process. This is a continuation of a dictatorship course that Maliki began years ago with the full support of the Mullahs in Iran; a trend that has brought about devastating results due to the U.S. silence and cooperation. 

Maliki’s coup against Iraqi parliament

Struan Stevenson MEP, President European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Iraq, issued a statement regarding the Maliki’s coup against Iraqi parliament

Maliki’s coup against parliament, the deathblow to political process, and the necessity of halting economic and military aid 

Elections must be conducted under UN’s auspices by an administrative government; Elections under Maliki are neither free nor fair 

UN : Iraq death toll exceeds 700 in February

(Reuters) BY NED PARKER - More than 700 people died in violence in Iraq in February, not including nearly 300 reported deaths in western Anbar province, where security forces have been battling Sunni Muslim rebels since January, the United Nations said on Saturday.

Mufti Iraqi: no point in dialogue with government

Rafii counting what's happening in Fallujah «genocidal war»

Asharq Al-Awsat

Brussels: Abdullah Mustafa 

Sheikh Rafi Rafii, Mufti of Iraq, that the dialogue with the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki «no avail him», describing what is happening in the city of Fallujah, which is encircled by the Iraqi army, claiming control of the armed organization of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant «Daash »them as« genocide». 

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