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Mr. Kobler is a facilitating the dead or remove to a concentration camp for the people of Ashraf

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Submitted by Ali Reza (Sweden), Feb 28, 2012 at 16:52

I am writing considering the new concentration camp called Liberty today by Mr. Martin Kobler the UN representative in Iraq. He has forced the residents of the camp on behalf of Iraq but in a new way which was to get the US Department of State and Mrs. Ashton not to mention it and Mr. Ban Ki Mon to support his new concentration camp and give the Iraqi Government a green light to either relocate them forcibly or attack them again. This is what Mr. Kobler announced several of times - not only in private meetings but also in the New York Times.

What I simply do not understand is why everybody is praising Nouri Al-Maliki who is an Iranian puppet or the new dictator of Iraq as the Iraqis calls him. Everybody has forgotten that he is responsible for the death of 47 of these residents. The only good news Mr. Kobler had to say was that the Iraqis have promised to protect these people!!!

Please make sure that Mr. Kobler stops washing the bloody hands of Al-Maliki in the name of United Nations.

Looking forward to see some change in this regard.

Sincerely yours

Ali Reza Assadi

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