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A visit to the tomb of Saddam Hussein

المالكي يمنع زيارة قبر صدام
A security source in Salahuddin province, told Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki issued an order banning the tomb of the late President Saddam Hussein.He added that the police surrounded the tomb and reported his own tribe guarding the ballroom, which was buried where Saddam and his two sons Uday and Qusay and grandson Mustapha and a number of his aides, that the visit is prohibited by order of the Prime Minister.Saddam was hanged on December 30 / December 2006 after being found guilty of crimes against humanity, and was buried in his hometown of Tikrit Awja Salahuddin province, nearly three years after the fall of his rule following the invasion led by the United States.Police killedOn the other hand was two police officers and two gunmen were killed Sunday in clashes between police and insurgents north of the city of Baquba (57 km northeast of Baghdad).Security sources said - told the German Press - The armed clashes broke out today between gunmen and police forces in one of the areas north of the city of Baquba, killing two policemen and two militants.In Falluja, police said gunmen opened fire on a checkpointAn army yesterday and killed two soldiers in the city, located fifty kilometers south of Baghdad.State securityIn a related subject, said Human Rights Watch, human rights defender, in a report today that Iraq return to tyranny in the way to become a security state, despite Washington's assurances that it helped in the building of democracy in this country.The FAO report by New York-based, after less than a year out of thousands of Iraqis took to the streets to criticize their government for poor services.Said a statement accompanying the annual report of the Organization "violently suppress Iraq in 2011 freedom of expression and assembly through intimidation, beatings and detention of activists and demonstrators and journalists."He pointed out that "Iraq is still one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists, and women continue to suffer harassment, civilians have paid a heavy price due to the bombings" in reference to the attacks and acts of violence.The statement quoted the director of the Organization for the Middle East, Sarah Leah Whitson that "Iraq is rapidly sliding into authoritarian rule as the security forces crackdown on the demonstrators and harassment of journalists and torture of detainees."She noted that being "Despite assurances from the U.S. government that it helped to build a stable democracy, E, and the fact that they left behind a security system."But the Iraqi government strongly rejected Rights Watch report, believing that it is not based on facts and that he had prepared based on the testimony of one side.He ruled out Ali al-Moussawi, media advisor to the owners that the report was the result of a field visit to the reality of Iraq, "We do not deny the existence of violations, but individual and work to end it as soon as possible," saying that "the government does not need to use violence against the demonstrators because they do not represent anything For her, a group of tens and began their numbers gradually decreased. "He denied categorically the existence of torture. "We have orders to clear and explicit follow-up of such acts that harm to Iraq."

Source: Al-Jazeera

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