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Iran-alied IMIS continues rights abuses against Sunnis in Mosul

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Iran-backed IMIS militias continues its abuses of rights in Mosul by banning Sunnis from holding weddings, rights activists and eyewitnesses told the Baghdad Post Saturday.

The eyewitnesses confirmed the Shiite militias had repeatedly committed violations against Sunnis with the help of government-linked Joint Forces.

Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, was declared fully liberated in early July. It fell to ISIS in June 2014.

a lot of rights groups including Amnesty International said the battle for Mosul witnessed atrocities against Sunni civilians by Shiite militias and Iraqi forces.

PM Haider Abadi admitted the abuses and claimed an investigation was opened.

"Shiite militias are using the joint forces vehicles and threaten owners of wedding halls in Mosul to prevent marriage parties during the month of Muharram," rights activists said.

"Militias have threatened to take action against those who violate this sectarian trend," they added.
Last Modified: Saturday، 23 September 2017 10:39 PM