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الثلاثاء، 17 يونيو، 2014

General Military Council for Iraqi Revolutionaries

Statement No. 22: The utmost goal of our Great Revolution is to liberate Iraqi people, all Iraq, from the oppression of the government, to provide security and stability, and to live decently by God-given blessings and riches. Therefore, we cannot be satisfied with any other alternative that may harm freedoms, or impose any other style of life for Iraqis that they never had throughout history.


Affirmation of the General Military Council of Iraqi Revolution

We would like to emphasis and remind you of our principles as follows:

General Military Council of Iraqi Revolution consists of your sons and brothers, so rebels are Iraqi, they treat with all Iraqi people without discrimination based on an equal footing with others. However, Council leaders reject any approach of sectarian, which has been a major cause of the revolution to redress the sectarian injustice, as our revolution’s aim is to eradicate the sectarian injustice.  Therefore, the enemy for the Military Council, as it mentioned before, is all of those who have the purpose of impairing Iraqi people and its property.  This includes any entity exercising damage, or terrorizing our people, of any religion, sect, or race.  The utmost goal of our Great Revolution is to liberate Iraqi people, all Iraq, from the oppression of the government, to provide security and stability, and to live decently by God-given blessings and riches. Therefore, we cannot be satisfied with any other alternative that may harm freedoms, or impose any other style of life for Iraqis that they never had throughout history.

In this regard, we would like to refer to the utmost interest of the Iraqi blessed revolution, inter alia, by stating some issues as follows:
Firstly, if some acts came from some participants in this revolution such as extremism or dealing with weapons against unarmed civilians or any language of revenge or dictating a coercive behaviour against certain people; everyone should understand that neither these act do represent the face of revolution, nor its reality. Furthermore, these acts are unacceptable and do not represent the Iraqi revolution under any circumstances.

Secondly, the civil administration is an art, science and creativity, regardless of the capacity in managing the battle. Failure in management will lead to the result of the failure of the project for which many of martyrs and innocent victims were sacrificed; many of families were abandoned and displaced. Therefore, it is not acceptable to tear down the revolution edifice by allowing for a party, which has not enough experience in this regard to stand out alone with the administration, whatever the circumstances are.


General Military Council of Iraqi rebels
June 16th 2014

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