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Iraqi PM breaks Ramadan fast with war refugees

By Rûdaw 5/7/2015
Hiader al-Abadi while breaking the Ramadan fast with refugees. Photo: Rudaw.
Hiader al-Abadi while breaking the Ramadan fast with refugees. Photo: Rudaw.

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited a refugee camp in Baghdad’s Dora neighborhood on Saturday, breaking the Ramadan fast with war refugees.

Abadi said at the camp that, “in order to comfort refugees and the displaced people throughout Iraq we take their claims into consideration and supply their daily life necessities until the war is over in our country.”

Here are photos of the prime minister’s visit.


























Comments

 
Muraz Adzhoev | 5/7/2015
What a country are you talking about, Mr. al-Abadi? Suppose, you should have to think about newly established independent Arab Shiastan neighboring with independent Southern Kurdistan and independent Arab Sunnistan. Acknowledge realities and be much more responsible in terms of historical, political and humanitarian justice, Mr. al-Abadi. The sooner you do the better for millions of refugees, displaced people and for you personally.
Adel | 6/7/2015
Not one word about how tens of thousends of refugees from Anbar were refused entry to Baghdad and had to be flown all the way to Kurdistan! The authorities just recently they let in a few thousend refugees from Anbar into government held areas such as Baghdad, they made them wait more than a month!
Hamid Sayadi | 6/7/2015
just a show time so called Iraq!!!!!!!!!!!! whats new Mr Al-Abadi you need new forhead stone to pray so you have dark mark on your face!!!
Islam is for arabs | 6/7/2015
See how they use the filthy religion called islam to belittle the kurdish cause and kurdish nationalism! Kurdistan shall rise again.

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