Funerals to Iraqi "Nujaba" Militants killed in #Aleppo

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 21 December, 2016
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#ElDorar AlShamia:

"Nujaba" Iraqi militia attended funerals, on Wednesday morning, in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, for dozens of dead who have been killed in the past few days battles of Aleppo in northern Syria.

"al-Arabi al-Jadid" newspaper quoted a source in the Iraqi Interior Ministry, as saying that "Militiamen of Nujaba, cut off early today, the roads across the neighborhoods of “al-Arsat and al-Karradah” in central Baghdad, for funeral ceremonies to \32\ members who were killed in the Syrian city of Aleppo battles" explaining "the militiamen shot fire on the air, and set checkpoints to detect cars and pedestrians, coming from neighboring areas."

The funeral ceremonies continued; according to the cources- from nine o'clock to ten am in Baghdad time, referring to the transferring of the bodies to the province of Najaf (180 km south of Baghdad), for burial in a private cemetery there called "martyrs of the Popular Mobilization Forces graveyard", pointing out that they "arrived via an Iraqi Airways plane landed at Baghdad international Airport. "

In a related context, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that "any party fighting in Syria, does not represent the Iraqi government" urged during a press conference of all Iraqi factions that fall under the banner of the Popular Mobilization Forces militia to commit the Iraqi government's policy, and never ever to interfere in the affairs of other countries, He pointed out that Iraq does not want to participate in regional conflicts.

In a related context, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that "any party fighting in Syria, does not represent the Iraqi government" urged during a press conference of all Iraqi factions that fall under the banner of the Popular Mobilization Forces militia to commit the Iraqi government's policy, and never ever to interfere in the affairs of other countries, He pointed out that Iraq does not want to participate in regional conflicts.

Over ten Iraqi militias fight alongside the al-Assad's forces, under the supervision of the commander of the (IRGC) Qods Force ,Qassem Soleimani, the Brigade of Abu al Fadl al Abbas, the Brigade of Asadullah al-Ghaleb, Hezbollah Brigades of Iraq, Sayed al-Shohadaa Brigades , Faylaq al-W’wd alSadek, Brigade of Kafeel Zainab, the movement of Nujaba, and the forces of al-Shahid Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr (the Badr Organization), and a brigade of Zulfikar, the regiment of rapid intervention, the brigade of Imam Hussein, al-Mo’ammal brigade, al-Tha’er Brigades, as well as Afghan and Lebanese militias , the Iranian military and Russian mercenaries recruited by Russia.