Renewed demonstrations in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad under the slogan “Friday victory”


By Shunem Abdullah Khoshnaw 2 hours ago
مظاهرات ساحة التحرير - أرشيف
Demonstration Square Liberation – Archive

Ruudao, Baghdad 

On Friday, July 7, 2017, demonstrations were held in Tahrir square in central Baghdad, under the slogan “Friday of Victory” to support the armed forces involved in the process of restoring Mosul from the organization of the “Islamic State”. 

“As the signs of victory loom over us, and we are given his sincere prophecies, we are filled with the pride and pride that an army like our army is protecting itself from fever,” said the central committee overseeing the popular protests in Iraq. “We really had to celebrate what they were winning. After another .. To be gathered this Friday (Victory) for us to the martyrs of our army and our security forces and their wounds, and other heroes.

The statement added: “We will not only be celebrating, as they have determined themselves to meet our security and dignity, we from the Liberation Square and their blood Zaki divided to go forward in the fight against the causes of corruption, even the achievement of just demands that ensure Iraq’s national national fatherhood independent and secure the love of the homeland and the service of human. The desired change is the removal of the commission of misery, and the law of the most desperate, neutral and unfair elections … and replacing them with faces from Iraq and Iraq, and a just law from the very point of our need and our stage. “

The statement continued: “Fahmoa O Sons of Iraq in the collection of this seventh of July 2017 to Tahrir Square at 5:30 pm, and the other provinces beloved every in his yard, to make it one day to honor our armed forces and the blessing of victory.”

It is scheduled to read a statement by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr on the service project, in Tahrir Square in Baghdad.

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