Baghdad - INA
The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan Al-Kaabi, confirmed today, Sunday, that the crimes of ISIS gangs have proven to the whole world that it does not belong to any belief or religion.
A statement by his media office received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA) stated that “Al-Kaabi received the Special Adviser and the head of the United Nations investigation team to strengthen accountability for crimes committed by ISIS, and his accompanying delegation, in the presence of a number of members of the Parliamentary Legal Committee.
Al-Kaabi pointed out, according to the statement, that "the formation of the court to investigate ISIS crimes in Iraq is another victory that will add to our victories by defeating it on the ground and liberating all lands from the filth of extremist terrorism."
He added: "One of the most important tasks of the international team assigned to investigate the crimes of the terrorist organization ISIS, and also the work of this court that will be formed in Iraq, is to prove that this terrorist organization does not belong to any religion or belief."
The statement added that "ISIS crimes differed in type and number from those crimes committed by the terrorist Al-Qaeda organization, as it killed innocent people of all religions, sects and nationalities under baseless names, and did not even surrender archaeological monuments, mosques, temples, churches and the holy shrine of arson crimes. And plunder demolition and sabotage, down to the assault on human dignity and rights, where he raped and sold women in the slave market.