Mass protests in Iraq; government war...

Mass protests in Iraq; government warns of terrorist attack

There are 1 comment on the Trend story from Jan 4, 2013, titled Mass protests in Iraq; government warns of terrorist attack. In it, Trend reports that:

Thousands of Iraqis, mainly Sunni Muslims, took to the streets Friday to denounce Shiite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's "marginalization" of the Sunni minority, as the government warned of terrorist attacks dpa reported.

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officer julei

UK

#1 Jan 4, 2013
iraqi prime minsister nouri al maliki he making dictatory rulls in iraq like resten somany people without proving any criminal offices on tham. And I think that is very unlawfull for shia covernment doing now to suni. Saddam hussain was same him but he was doing that to shia peopleand kurdish people. But nouri al maliki he is now takin reving of suni. Why you doing this to your on people why you want to make big name for your self you need to folaw irqai peoples wishes and build the country for tham.

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