Baghdad pursues slow death policy against gunmen, accusations against al-Jaafari government of targeting Baghdad Sunnis
Iraq, Politics, 6/8/2005
The Muslim Scholars Commission warned that the current security operation in Baghdad in which so far 887 persons were at least arrested might lead to the emergence of sectarian conflict.
The commission accused the Iraqi government which leads the security campaign for the second running week with the participation of 7,000 American soldiers of launching random campaigns in the lines of the Sunnis.
Chairman of the media office in the commission Sheikh Abdul Salam al-Kubeisi said that the security forces went out to arrest the Sunnis and all who stand against the occupation. He added in a press conference "we hold the government full responsibility over persons it had arrested and tell them that those are not terrorists."
Meantime, the Iraqi government said it pursues slow death in its campaign against gunmen, saying that the number of armed operations was greatly reduced during the past three months.
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