SUMMARY OF EVENTS OF THE IRAQI POPULAR REVOLUTION Bulletin No. 23 Friday 14th June, 2013
May 31, 2013
Government forces deploy around Anas bin Mali Mosque in Baquba where Unified Friday Prayers are being held, to crack down on worshippers.
Governor of Al Anbar Province, Qassim Al Fehdawi, orders the Falluja Police to prohibit journalists and media broadcasting live events of Unified Friday Prayers in the city.
Rebel tribesmen target federal police checkpoint in the District of Tell Al Rumman on the Right Side of Mosul City with mortar shells resulting in the death of 2 federal policemen.
Government forces surround the speaker’s podium and the protest square for Unified Friday Prayers in Baqubain Diyala Province in order to terrorize peaceful protestors, while at the ame time militias freely roam the streets under their full protection and care.
Unified Friday Prayers Khateeb (Orator) in Falluja accuses the politicians for being the cause of all the crises ghat the country is undergoing and experiencing saying ”You are Iraq’s crisis and problem.”
The Khateebs (Orators) of Unified Friday Prayers in the Rebelling Provinces call for the continuation of peaceful sit-ins, protests and demonstrations until what they came out for is achieved.
Association of Imams and Preachers of Baghdad refusesthe creation of new militias in Al Amiriyathat go under new names whether Sahwas (Awakenings) or others.
Government forces attack some of the peaceful worshippers who make up the unarmed peaceful protestors in an attempt to dissuade them from demanding their legitimate rights.
Assassination of Shaikh Abdul Bassit Al Fehdawi, Imam and Orator of The Hidaya Mosque in Ramadi City with an IED with allegations accusing militias of executing the incident.
Unified Friday Prayers Orator in the Al Imam Al A’adham in A’adhamiya affirms that the protestors’ stance is not politicized, saying : “ Out stance is directed to God , alone, and not for a political agenda,” after the government’s accusations that the protests are ploticised.
- Numerous Unified Friday Prayers were held in Baghdad and several Iraqi Provinces while the Iraqi Spring Media Center documented most of these Prayers through a network of correspondents throughout Iraq and were as follows:
1- Baghdad-Al A’adhamiya Al Imam Al A’adham
2- Baghdad - Zayyouna Al Janabi Mosque
3- Baghdad - Al Qahira Al Nida’a Mosque
4- Baghdad - Al Sulaikh Al Furqan Mosque
5- Baghdad - Al Amiriya Al Hassanain Mosque
6- Baghdad – Al Khadhra’aAl Rahman Mosque
7- Baghdad – Al Jami’a Birr Al Walidain Mosque
8- Baghdad - Al Mansour Nejat Al Suwaidi Mosque
9- Baghdad - Al YarmoukAl Dakhiliya Mosque
10- Baghdad – Al Ghazaliya Al Shekra Mosque
11- Baghdad - Al SayddiyaAl Sayddiya Mosque
12- Baghdad – DouraMecca Al Mukkerama Mosque
13- Baghdad – Hay Al Jihad Al Hussain Mosque
14- NinevahThe Prophet Sheet Mosque
15- Ninevah–Hay Al Ma’amoun Al Ma’amoun Mosque
16- Ninevah – Hay Al InitissarSallah Al Shaikh Mosque
17- Ninevah – Hay Al Qadissiya Al Nia’imi Mosque
18- Ninevah - Hay Al SukkarAl Rahma Mosque
19- Ninevah - Hay Tammouz Al Mufti Mosque
20- Ninevah - Hay Al MeethaqAl Qassim Mosque
21- Ninevah – Hay Sumer Al MuhajireenwalAnsar
22- Ninevah – Hay Al Quds Al Huda Mosque
23- Ninevah – Hay Al Intisar Nour Al Eman Mosque
24- Ninevah - Al QayyaraBillal Al Habashi Mosque
25- Ninevah - Al Ba’ajj Al Ba’ajj Great Mosque
26- Ninevah - Nimrod The Great Mosque
27- Al Anbar – Al Ramadi Pride and Dignity Square
28- Al Anbar - FallujaFalluja
29- Al Anbar - Heet Othman bin Affan Mosque
30- Al Anbar - A’anaThe Great Mosque
31- Al Anbar - RawaRawa Sports Hall
32- Al Anbar - Al QaimThe Great Mosque
33- Al Anbar - Al Obaidi Al Mustafa Mosque
34- Al Anbar - Al KerrablaThe Great Mosque
35- Al Anbar - Al Roummana Al Ghimer and Al Kabassnah