Urgent Abadi: Daash crimes in Taza Nmrrh will not go unpunished and will pay the pric
Urgent Abadi: Daash crimes in Taza Nmrrh will not go unpunished and will pay the price dearly
2016/3/12 15:54 •
Abadi: Daash crimes in Taza Nmrrh will not go unpunished and will pay the price dearly
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a meeting with the elders of the city of Taza and the village of al-Bashir that the terrorist gangs Daash "crimes in Taza Nmrrh will not go unpunished and the perpetrators will pay dearly and Sinhiam soon."
He said al-Abadi during the meeting, according to a statement his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "what it did terrorist Daash gangs in the city of Taza will not Nmrrh unpunished and will pay its perpetrators dearly and Sinhiam soon, as these gangs broken and our forces achieved victories on them and we get large areas. "
"The Daash because of the great defeats and fleeing the battlefield in many areas they are committing crimes against unarmed civilians, and we are moving and full of plans and strategies for the Liberation of Iraq's territory."
He said al-Abadi said "there is a difference and medical materials to provide the necessary needs of the people of Taza and disinfect places and take necessary precautions."
The Iraqi Turkmen Front announced Saturday the death of a child and wounding 670 people by bombing the Taza, south of Kirkuk province occupied by terrorists gangs Daash neighboring village Albshirh "farewell" to the religious authority "to intervene and urged the government to carry out its duties."
The governor of Kirkuk, Najm al-Din Karim, last Tuesday, that Daash, Taza bombarded with Katyusha rockets and mortar shells containing toxic chemical substances. "
And pretended to the people of Taza, Thursday March 9, to demand the liberation of the village of al-Bashir.
Promised Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a former advance of the bombing as a "major crime and aggression against the whole of humanity," vowing to "take revenge harsh reply to this crime as the face, sending specialized medical teams quickly for rapid treatment, and the use of international expertise in this area."