Friday, 25 January 2013 18: 06
Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces Nuri al-Maliki security officials in Anbar to exercise restraint in dealing with demonstrators.
A statement quoted the Prime Minister's Office received all Iraq [where] a copy on Friday, Al-Maliki said in a speech addressed to the Iraqi people about the events of Fallujah, to "the day of the collision with the army in Fallujah came as no surprise, we had warned him of the intentions harboured hostile goals and agendas ' of Iraq, the political process and democracy, and that risk increases, days in an attempt to blow up the security situation, and to drag the armed forces of confrontation".
"These plots painted steps regional intelligence and remnants of the former regime and Al-Qaida and sectarian approach owners who want that they dye the plot with the blood of innocent people who came out to rallies demanding constitutional rights".
Al-Maliki said that "the Group enticed away by day and attacked intentionally, one army in Fallujah and dominations attacked with stones and then followed by a shot, leading to casualties and escalation of tension which terrorist groups and Al-Qaeda is seeking to exploit the sectarian terrorist Planner was the primary goal for years.
"We reaffirm during this incident which we hope will remain under control, guiding us to the armed forces and security services need more restraint and endurance and patience and not to react and move away from the use of force and call upon all wise men and wise men of Anbar residents are kindly requested to move to put out the fire of sedition and oppose these attempts and thrills where no interest were not all Iraq people."
He called Al-Maliki "demonstrators and non-politicized claimants to exercise the right to pretend away from collision and provoke the army and armed forces and monitoring subversive groups and put up provocative slogans".
The Prime Minister said "I confirm this request again with more patience, wisdom and restraint and call people to double the effort to take the initiative and to those with bad intentions who want to burn all hopes and aspirations and deprive us live in a stable and unified Iraq in which all his ytakhi away from sectarianism and hatred" and urged "everyone to the yrsawa rows in order not to leave a gap in the wall of the national strategic unit these enemies".
Fallujah has seen East of Ramadi, Anbar governorate Center Friday clashes between protesters and troops, evolved into a shooting by soldiers to disperse the crowd, killing and wounding dozens, according to different sources.
And is the Defense Minister, Saadoun al-dulaimi, "investigative Committee on the events in Fallujah today and defaulting accounting.".
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