Milisi syiah dilaporkan melakukan penyiksaan dan eksekusi
Milisi syiah dilaporkan melakukan penyiksaan dan eksekusi terhadap pengungsi sunni falujjah
Iraq said on Monday it had made arrests as it investigates allegations that Shiite militiamen helping the army retake Fallujah had executed dozens of Sunni Muslim men fleeing the city held by Islamic State.
Iraqi authorities "are following up on the violations and a number of arrests have been made," government spokesman Saad al-Hadithi said after a regional governor said 49 Sunni men had been executed after surrendering to a Shiite faction.
Sohaib al-Rawi, governor of Anbar province where Fallujah is located, said on Sunday that 643 men had gone missing between June 3 and June 5, and "all the surviving detainees were subjected to severe and collective torture by various means."
The participation of militias in the battle of Fallujah, just west of Baghdad, alongside the Iraqi army had already raised fears of sectarian killings.
Iraq's Defense Minister Khalid al-Obeidi said four military personnel were arrested after video footage showed them abusing people displaced from Fallujah. He pledged on Twitter to prosecute any serviceman involved in such acts.
"Harassment of IDPs (internally displaced persons) is a betrayal of the sacrifices of our brave forces' liberation operations to expel Daesh (Islamic State) from Iraq," he said.
Fallujah is a historic bastion of the Sunni insurgency against US forces that toppled Saddam Hussein, a Sunni, in 2003, and the Shiite-led governments that followed.
In the north of the country, troops fought with Islamic State militants in the village of Haj Ali for the second day in a row, an Iraqi officer taking part said.
Haj Ali is near Qayyara, a town under Islamic State control which has an airfield that Baghdad's forces seek to use as a staging ground for a future offensive on Mosul, about 60 km (40 miles) north.
"Strict orders were issued to protect the civilians," government spokesman Hadithi said, adding that these instructions were also given to the Hashid Shaabi, or Popular Mobilisation Forces, the coalition of mostly Shiite militias backed by Iran which are involved in the fighting.
The United Nations said last week it knew of "extremely distressing, credible reports" of men and boys being abused by armed groups working with security forces after fleeing Fallujah.
Iraqi authorities routinely separate males aged over 15 from their families when they manage to escape Fallujah, to screen them to ensure they do not pose a security risk and check if they may have been involved in war crimes.
UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said screening was legitimate but should not be done by paramilitary groups.
"The country must avoid further divisions or violence along sectarian lines, lest it implode completely," he said on Monday.
A spokesman for the US-led coalition fighting Islamic State said the Baghdad government was aware of the abuses.
"We know that the prime minister has come out and said that he believes that these abuses have happened and that he... has demanded accountability of any perpetrators," Colonel Chris Garver said. "We think that is the right course of action."
The Iraqi army launched the offensive on Fallujah on May 23, with air support from the US-led coalition. The United Nations has said up to 90,000 people are trapped in the city with little food or water.
Repeated phone calls to three spokesmen of the Popular Mobilisation Forces were not answered. Last week, one of them, Kareem Nuri, said past accusations of human rights violations were "politically motivated and baseless."
kekejaman milisi syiah di irak emang udah populer
dan sektarian inilah cikal bakal lahirnya ISIS
tidak ada pilihan lain bagi masyarakat muslim disana untuk tidak ada dibelakang ISIS , mereka tidak seberuntung di sham yang banyak fraksi pilihan
sektarian di iraq emang sangat kritis,...salah masuk kawasan dan ketahuan pake nama abu bakar atau umar aja bisa dieksekusi disana
kita bukan pendukung ISIS secara ideologi tapi kita harus tau kebenaran disana
jangan mau terus menerus dinina bobobkan propaganda murahan portal syiah dan beberapa member pro russia yang koar-koar tapi sama sekali jauh dari fakta, mereka sedang hidup didunia mereka sendiri ...persatuan sunni syiah padahal tidak mungkin kebenaran akan bercampur kebatilan
udah 1430 an lebih peperangan islam dan khazab syiah
Sunni Mufti of Iraq: We Are Not Stupid Enough to Fight ISIS; The Shiites Would Slaughter Us
dan faktor pendukung ISIS disana bukan selalu masalah ideologi
banyak faktor yang membuat suku disana berbaiat kepada ISIS walaupun secara ideologi mereka juga tidak sejalan
Original Posted By harakiri1►ISIS itu memang 95%-nya diisi sama Yahudi & Syiah.
Sisa 5%nya diisi sama orang2 Islam yg hanya ikut-ikutan karena kurang ilmu.
kita harus adil dalam pemberitaan
ISIS adalah refleksi dari sakit hati dan kekecewaan penindasan yang berkepanjangan
tapi point mereka sampai ke pemahaman yang menyimpang bukan disitu
penyimpangan mereka karena kegagalan pemimpin mereka menghalau paham takfir yang berkembang didalam tubuh mereka terutama yang berasal dari "anggota-anggota tunisia " mereka dan juga dominasi baat sadam dalam jajaran kepengurusan mereka yang kata orang iraq sendiri menyebut mereka "baat bersiwak"
ISIS sebetulnya pernah mencoba menghentikan penyimpangan penyimpangan ini tapi virusnya terlalu cepat menjalar dan diperparah dengan dominasi baat dalam jajaran kepengurusan mereka dan kriminalisasi ulama-ulama al-qaeda yang duduk dijajaran mereka yang tidak sepaham dengan konsep " baat berjubah jihad " dan dengan cepatlah ISIS menjadi yang kita lihat sekarang sob
tapi kalau mau melihat kebelakang sejarah islam pasti tidak akan heran jika kita melihat kaitan antara iraq - khawarij - dan syiah rafidhoh