this Iraqi committee will pave the way for trying the ones who have conducted terrorist and criminal acts against Iraqi people
Founders of the organization of fighting terrorism in Iraq announced the formation of “the Committee for coordination of lawyers, Fighting Terrorism Supporters” in a press release. The announcement says: “In the margin of the international conference of fighting terrorism, held in Saudi Arabia, and the emphasis of this conference on forming an international coordination center for exchanging information on terror, terrorists and terrorism supporters and promoters, a group of Iraqi politicians and lawyers outside Iraq agreed with those inside Iraq to form an initial council as first step toward establishing an Iraqi anti-terrorism organization. This committee will sue terrorists who have killed Iraqis and have conducted terrorist acts inside Iraq. In this regard, we ask for the help of all Iraqi brothers. Everybody who has information about terrorists and their supporters is welcomed. The aim of this committee is to pave the way for the trial of those who have terrorized Iraqi people. Such terrorist should be arrested and tried even if they are from other countries. So, we ask all lawyers and politicians to help us and express their comments. A website will be established in this regard, containing the names and pictures of criminals and terrorists.”

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