ISJ Condemns Iraqi Government’s Suppression and Discrimination, Supports People’s Uprising, and Expresses Abhorrence vis-à-vis UN envoy Taking Government’s Side International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) expresses its deep concerns regarding the Iraqi government’s and Prime Minister al-Maliki’s suppressive actions, expresses its solidarity with the Iraqi people’s uprising that reached a new height on Friday January 18, and supports people’s demands. The government’s suppressive measures to prevent formation of demonstrations especially in Baghdad, Nineveh, and Diyala are cause for major concern.

Prime minister Nouri al-Maliki has become a dictator. He must resign to prevent a bloody confrontation with Sunnis and Kurds

Outside analysts view the protest movement in Iraq via the prism of sectarianism, but its demands reveal a more positive agenda

Des milliers de résistants irakiens, des musulmans venus de loin pour libérer l’Irak des envahisseurs occidentaux, croupissent dans les geôles du régime de Nouri al-Maliki dans des conditions effroyables, quand ils n’ont pas été tout simplement liquidés lors de leur arrestation.

"Friday No Deception". Protesters to Maliki: Stop Cheating and Go Away

by Eman A. Khamas and BRussells Tribunal on 18-01-2013

Millions of Iraqis in different parts of the country have taken part in the continuing protest for the 27th day today within the framework of the Iraqi revolution, insisting that the government responds to their demands positively and without any deception or delay (hence the slogan “No Deception”).

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