Treasures Media / follow-up - the newspaper "The Guardian" said the British, on Saturday, the gunmen carried out during the years of the rule of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki 0.65 A detonation process, ranging from suicide bombings by car bombs or IEDs or armed clashes.
The newspaper said in a report, that "the victims of violence in Iraq, counter, to those for the period of 8 years of the reign of al-Maliki, amounted to about 309 032 people, and injured more than 487 000 injured."
And confirmed the newspaper reported, citing a leaked numbers from sources in the Iraqi Ministry of Health in addition to the Iraqi Interior Ministry statistics, that "the bombings rate in Iraq has reached more than 1000 bombing of the month, between 2005 and 2010 and the pace and reached a rate of 30 bombing of a day, 45% of them bombings car and suicide vests. "
The paper also quoted Dr. Hussein Salman Jawaad, a doctor in the Iraqi Ministry of Health, as saying: "The lines of people organized a day in front of the forensic medicine department in Baghdad, to search for the bodies of their loved ones who fall in the daily operations of the violence."
He Jawaad, "recognize between 20 to 55 bodies a day are identified by the reviewers, however, our problem was with what is known as" betrayed "who usually discover their bodies in remote areas, after being kidnapped and tortured by elements of sectarian militias, especially after the year 2006 ".
During the reign of al-Maliki, Baghdad was considered the worst place security in Iraq, the worst months ever during the period referred to was in May 2007, which was the 2080 bombing of an explosive device in various parts of Iraq, killing hundreds and injuring thousands of others.
The "Guardian" published a map of Iraq showing the sites that have been targeted by suicide car bombs or armed operations to show that the map is almost entirely covered with red dots that represent each one of them a suicide or an armed operation or mortar attack.
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