Thousands of the residents of city of Isfahan gathered outside a government building to protest the recent wave of acid attacks by gangs affiliated to the Iranian regime. The gangs riding motorcycles have splashed acid on the faces of over a dozen women they considered not properly dressed based on the regime’s dress code.
Brussels, European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) press release- In recent days, the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and other senior officials of the Iranian regime have explicitly declared the United States and the coalition rather than ISIS as their arch enemy, warning them not to take action against the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
On October 13 Khamenei said: “The United States and its allies are attempting to sow sedition and enmity amongst Muslims while falsely calling it confronting ISIS. Anyone adherent to Islam and the rule of Quran, whether Shia or Sunni, should know that the US-Zionist policies are the genuine and principal enemy of Islam and Muslims.”
Iraqi parliamentarian Hassan Khozair Shoyred from the al-Watania Coalition stated that Camp Liberty residents have the right of access to food, medicine and secure lodging and that their patients need to receive normal treatment in the hospitals. He emphasized that the residents’ human rights need to be guaranteed.
According to the Aswat al-Hurra Website, Shoyred added: “Our position in the al-Watania faction headed by Dr. Ayad Allawi that the human rights of camp’s residents have to be respected has been lucid from day one.” He stated that the international covenants rule the relation between Camp Liberty residents and the Iraqi government and as such, the residents of this camp have to be treated according to these laws.
A shoot out in the Iraqi capital once again highlighted the growing threat of a rapidly growing galaxy of ‘Shiite militias’ affiliated with the Iranian regime.
The gunfight early on Monday pitted Iraqi police against the Asaib Ahl al-Haq, the most aggressive of the para-military groups, holding a Kurdish woman related to one of a country's deputy prime minister, police and army officers told AFP.