Continued operations to remove the remains of martyrs from the tomb of Samawa

24/7/2019 11:23:00

The excavation and exhumation of the remains of Kurdish martyrs from the mass graves continue in the Sheikhiya area in Badia Al Samawah in Muthanna Governorate .


Media of Ali al-Ma'la said during a special statement to PUKmedia: The teams specialized in the opening of mass graves continue for the second day in a row to excavate and remove the remains of the martyrs of the mass grave, which was found in the Sheikhiyah area in the desert of Samawa, noting that the teams have taken the remains of 70 martyrs so far all Of infants and women.


He added that the preliminary information indicates that these martyrs were of the Faily Kurds executed by the ousted regime in 1988, pointing out that the people of the region confirmed the existence of other mass graves in the region.

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