PoliticsMiddle East

Violence rises again on Iraq’s streets


Baghdad’s Tahrir Square has once again been the scene of mass protests against the Iraqi government. This time, Iraqis have taken to the streets to demand justice for all the protesters and activists killed since the demonstrations that began in 2019. According to the Iraqi High Commissioner for Human Rights (IHCHR), almost 600 protesters and 35 activists have been killed in the last three years. On the other hand, citizens continue to call for democracy and accuse the government of corruption. “We want to get rid of the ruling parties, we want real freedom, democracy and to make radical changes…

This content is for Q17c Membership, Classified Membership, and LifeTime Patriot Membership members only.
Login Join Now
QNavy is a pool of 3 former Navy Officers, U.S. Navy & French Navy, who served proudly their countries, specialized in conflict analysis as per their respective skills & experience on Special Ops. #NavyVetUnited

ISIS: Persistent Jihadist Propaganda and Indoctrination Week after Week

Previous article

Take Care of What Truly Makes You Happy

Next article

You may also like


Comments are closed.

More in Politics