A demand for the deployment of "crowd forces" Kuwait protests against the statements of an Iraqi deputy

Kuwait summoned the ambassador of Baghdad to protest an Iraqi deputy's call for the Popular Mobilization Forces to deploy in "Khor Abdullah", to protect Iraqi fishermen.

On Wednesday, Kuwait summoned the ambassador of Baghdad to protest against a call by an Iraqi representative to the Popular Mobilization Forces to deploy in "Khor Abdullah" to protect Iraqi fishermen.

This came during the meeting of Deputy Foreign Minister Ambassador Majdi Al-Dhafiri, on Wednesday, with Iraq's Ambassador to Kuwait Al-Manhal Al-Safi, according to a statement by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The ministry said that the meeting "discussed the recent statements of a member of the Iraqi parliament regarding allegations of attacks on Iraqi fishermen."

A demand for the deployment of "crowd forces" Kuwait protests against the statements of an Iraqi deputy Kuwait summoned the ambassador of Baghdad to protest an Iraqi deputy's call for the Popular Mobilization Forces to deploy in "Khor Abdullah", to protect Iraqi fishermen.  On Wednesday, Kuwait summoned the ambassador of Baghdad to protest against a call by an Iraqi representative to the Popular Mobilization Forces to deploy in "Khor Abdullah" to protect Iraqi fishermen.  This came during the meeting of Deputy Foreign Minister Ambassador Majdi Al-Dhafiri, on Wednesday, with Iraq's Ambassador to Kuwait Al-Manhal Al-Safi, according to a statement by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  The ministry said that the meeting "discussed the recent statements of a member of the Iraqi parliament regarding allegations of attacks on Iraqi fishermen."  She added that the Deputy Foreign Minister expressed, during the meeting, "the State of Kuwait's rejection and dissatisfaction with these statements, which do not reflect the strength of brotherly relations between the two countries and do not take into account the principles of good neighborliness."  Al-Dhafiri affirmed, according to the statement, that "these allegations are false and the procedures followed by the Kuwaiti Coast Guard are untrue."  He praised the "existing and continuous cooperation between the Kuwaiti Coast Guard Force and the Iraqi Naval Force in addressing the violations of Iraqi fishermen in Kuwaiti territorial waters."  Representative Alaa Al-Haidari had demanded, through a video circulating on social media, the deployment of forces from the Popular Mobilization in Khor Abdullah, which is shared by the two countries and is located in the north of the Arabian Gulf between the Kuwaiti islands of Bubiyan and Warba and the Iraqi Faw peninsula, to protect Iraqi fishermen.  Al-Haidari said: "I tell the Kuwaiti Coast Guard, if you do not behave, we will (we) discipline you in our own way."  In August 1990, Iraq during the era of the late President Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, before the Iraqi forces were expelled from there after 7 months by international forces led by the United States during the "Second Gulf War".  Baghdad and Kuwait resumed their diplomatic relations in 2003 following the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime.


She added that the Deputy Foreign Minister expressed, during the meeting, "the State of Kuwait's rejection and dissatisfaction with these statements, which do not reflect the strength of brotherly relations between the two countries and do not take into account the principles of good neighborliness."

Al-Dhafiri affirmed, according to the statement, that "these allegations are false and the procedures followed by the Kuwaiti Coast Guard are untrue."

He praised the "existing and continuous cooperation between the Kuwaiti Coast Guard Force and the Iraqi Naval Force in addressing the violations of Iraqi fishermen in Kuwaiti territorial waters."

Representative Alaa Al-Haidari had demanded, through a video circulating on social media, the deployment of forces from the Popular Mobilization in Khor Abdullah, which is shared by the two countries and is located in the north of the Arabian Gulf between the Kuwaiti islands of Bubiyan and Warba and the Iraqi Faw peninsula, to protect Iraqi fishermen.

Al-Haidari said: "I tell the Kuwaiti Coast Guard, if you do not behave, we will (we) discipline you in our own way."

In August 1990, Iraq during the era of the late President Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, before the Iraqi forces were expelled from there after 7 months by international forces led by the United States during the "Second Gulf War".

Baghdad and Kuwait resumed their diplomatic relations in 2003 following the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime.

The Guardian reveals horrific footage of a war crime committed in Syria in 2013

The British newspaper The Guardian published a leaked video clip showing the officer Amjad Youssef, an officer of Branch 227 of the Syrian Military Intelligence affiliated with the Assad regime, leading a massacre to kill and burn unarmed civilians.

The British newspaper "The Guardian" revealed a horrific video clip showing some of the horrors of the war in Syria.

In the leaked video, officer Amjad Youssef, one of the officers of Branch 227 of the Assad regime's Syrian Military Intelligence, appears leading a massacre to kill and burn unarmed civilians.

The massacre took place in the southern suburbs of Damascus in April 2013, several miles from Bashar al-Assad's headquarters.

A group of regime officers arrested groups of civilians, blindfolded and handcuffed, and walked towards a pit for their execution, unaware that they were about to be shot dead on their way to that pit.

At least 41 men were killed in that mass grave, then officers poured fuel on their remains and set fire to them as they laughed, in what the Guardian described as a "hidden war crime" that has been covered up for years.

The journalist responsible for publishing the video, Martin Chulov, described this footage as "one of the most punishable sections of the entire Syrian conflict, and if it is not described as a war crime, then what are war crimes?", as he described it.
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