Abadi demands to immediately intervene to detect killers blogger Haider al-Rubaie in Nasiriyah

Fri Sep 11 2015
02:13 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad condemns the Iraqi Observatory press freedoms heinous crime committed by unknown destinations right blogger and activist colleague Haidar Ghazi al-Rubaie on Wednesday in the southern province of Dhi Qar, and calls for the prime minister Haider al-Abadi to intervene immediately to investigate the circumstances heinous crime, and uncover the perpetrators and bring them to justice, and to reassure civil society activists, journalists and bloggers on their lives, their role and their future in Iraq, which suffers from serious challenges that require courage and awareness of full moral and professional responsibility to stop the threats also subject. colleague Imad Nazarene representative of the Iraqi Observatory press freedoms pointed out that the crime committed early Wednesday, hours after the kidnapping of colleague Haidar Ghazi al-Rubaie, then found his body in an industrial area which is fragmented wrapped in a blanket bond Court rope thick, has looked upon the effects of hitting sharp objects, and releases heat in the head, alluding to suspect that the motives are purely political Varabiei activist and blogger returned from exile to his native city of Nasiriyah to play a role in the democratic structure but was killed a heinous manner does not want democracy parties to grow and take root in this country. The Observatory Iraqi press freedoms calls on the Iraqi government and the Ministry of the Interior and the Council of Dhi Qar security establishment in the province to speed up the detection of the circumstances of the crime , and bring the perpetrators to justice without delay, and indicates the Iraqi Observatory to a big illusion experienced by who thinks that violence and killing, threats and repression can be enough to stop the movement of society and claims of people of their rights, or disable the role of intellectuals, activists and journalists at the current stage and in the future. Hadi JLo Mari Observatory Iraqi Liberties press the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate

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