Basra Saad al-Sammak
called the Basra police command of clan elders to assign security forces efforts in the prosecution of troublemakers tribal conflicts and wanted to eliminate, while managed to arrest the seven accused of various crimes.
Basra police chief Maj. Gen. Abdul-Karim Mustafa Mazal stressed in his speech at the first conference Directorate of tribal affairs, on the need to support the police in enforcing the law and extradition of Qdhae.oadav at the conference, which was held under the slogan (our safety in the combination of clans) that the security forces is anyone gloss over the wanted different participants in crimes must apply the law it too, calling for elders and dignitaries and the sons of the tribes to stop tribal conflicts and to hold them firmly Almthren According to Qanon.uchark in Congress and most of the notables and tribal province of Basra, who stressed the importance of supporting the police in enforcing the law. In a related development, Mizel announced the arrest of the accused is required to in accordance with Article 4 / terrorism and six other defendants involved different criminal offenses, including murder, theft, forgery, adding that detachments, police also found a hand grenade and 35 fuses pomegranate in the hand of Umm Qasr has been filed by detachments Directorate of Civil Defense and police station of Umm Qasr. In another context, the community police in Basra Directorate organized a field visit to a school for the purpose of giving lectures on guiding students to educate them about the dangers of drugs and a commitment to official hours and stay away from cases of dropping out of school and how to cooperate with the security services. Media department official said the Directorate: The lectures included topics such as social and psychological damage left behind by drugs and their negative impact on the future of individuals and family entities, as well as the distribution of free private phone numbers Directorate for the purpose of communication in case of emergency.
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