Prime minister Nouri al-Maliki has become a dictator. He must resign to prevent a bloody confrontation with Sunnis and Kurds

Outside analysts view the protest movement in Iraq via the prism of sectarianism, but its demands reveal a more positive agenda

Des milliers de résistants irakiens, des musulmans venus de loin pour libérer l’Irak des envahisseurs occidentaux, croupissent dans les geôles du régime de Nouri al-Maliki dans des conditions effroyables, quand ils n’ont pas été tout simplement liquidés lors de leur arrestation.

The supreme religious authority in Najaf has given green light to change the course of rule in the country. Al-Maliki should not run for a third term, implement the Erbil Agreement entirely, and stop manipulation of judicial power. Iran is very angry with Al-Maliki because he is dragging the country into sectarian conflicts.

Human Rights Department in the Association of Muslim Scholars in Iraq confirmed that 1405 civilians, including 3 women, were arrested last month, December alone.

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