IHCHR: Terrorist bands remain as the biggest threat


20/2/2019 10:01:00
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Iraq High Commission for Human Rights confirmed that the terrorist bands continue to pose the greatest threat to civil peace and the return of life to its normal status in the outskirts of cities and desert areas by relying on psychological warfare and spreading terror and fear and the people of those areas to carry out their operations at any time.

Fadhil al-Gharawi, a member of the High Commission for Human Rights, said in a statement PUKmedia obtained a copy of it: The misleading rumor and psychological warfare is still one of the weapons on which the IS terrorists rely on to carry out their crimes in Iraq.

"The federal government should support the media to counter malicious propaganda campaigns, strengthen moderate rhetoric, deter violence and promote the concept of peaceful coexistence and community reconciliation," Gharrawi said.


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