Maliki threatens to expose those responsible for killings

08/21/2015 AD (updated) 3:49 pm (Mecca), 0:49 (GMT

Threatened to former Iraqi Vice President Nuri al-Maliki to disclose his possession of what files to officials in the political process said proved their involvement in the killings and the kidnapping of Iraqis.

The threat of al-Maliki during a meeting with a number of leaders of the coalition of state law and the Dawa Party, were greeted Airport Baghdad after returning from a visit to Tehran lasted for six days.

Maliki said in televised comments that it was investigating the cause of the fall of Mosul accused of kidnapping and killing, in reference to the leader of quitting in current Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr , pointing out that the Zamili wanted the report of the fall of Mosul that confuses securities.

Zamili headed a commission of inquiry Mosul, as it is the leader in the former Mahdi Army militia, and Saraya peace now, and the charges against him, led by teams killing and kidnapping when he was an agent for the Minister of Health in Maliki's first government between 2006 and 2010.

Iraq's parliament has referred the -alatnin Almadi- report to the Attorney General, calling for the trial of 35 al-Maliki and other senior officials on charges of negligence in the fall of Mosul, however, the organization of the Islamic state .

And it called for a parliamentary commission of inquiry al-Maliki and other officials -including Liberation of Iraq governor of Nineveh province Alsabak- to stand trial on charges of negligence.

In the same context, he accused Massoud Barzani, head of the territory of Iraqi Kurdistan, *al-Maliki of causing the fall of Mosul, however, state regulation .

He denied a statement from Barzani's office -aloravae- allegations launched by al-Maliki, a few days before the Iranian capital Tehran, accusing the province of Kurdistan, Iraq and Turkey planning for the fall of Mosul.