UN condemns bombings in Sadr City and confirms its purpose to ignite sedition

Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis strongly condemned the heinous attack double suicide bombing on Sunday in Sadr City.

He said Kubis said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of "We targeted this terrorist flagrant assault civilian innocents and cowardly who were Mnasrvin their daily business in a market and was aimed clearly to inflame sectarian strife."
The Sadr City, east of the capital Baghdad, has seen the era of Sunday's bombing double from a roadside bomb and a suicide bomber wearing an explosive belt occurred in the market for the sale of mobile phones [mobile] in the popular Maridi market resulted in the death and wounding more than 200 people, according to security and medical sources.
Abadi and lose site of the blast, which was adopted by Daash terrorist gangs and stressed that "terrorism will not deter us from continuing victories on criminal gangs."