Ramadi / NINA / Sheikh Abdul Malik al-Saadi called on the protesters in northern Ramadi not to attribute these sit-ins to a particular sect or province because it represent all communities and provinces of Iraq.
He said, during his speech in front of thousands of protesters today 30, Dec: "We strongly reject hatred and sectarian chants, the protesters have to stay away from that, because we are Iraqis and brothers in blood and the best proof is the presence of many delegations from most provinces of Iraq."
He called Iraqi government to respond to the demands of the protesters, saying: "I call on governors to justice and I tell them beware to be injustice, I call them to free the female detainees from government prisons immediately because they are your sisters."
He continued: "The government should know that these demands are legitimate and it should respond to them immediately."
He continued: "We are all Iraqis, and we have to love each others ," adding that the son of Baghdad is the son of Iraq, the son of Karbala is the son of Iraq, the Basra son is Iraqi, al-Najaf son is the son of Iraq."
Saadi stressed "that the protest should not be a defense for a particular component or a particular person or a particular province, but to demand the rights of Iraqis from the south to the north."
He urged the government to "stop mistreating Iraqis," calling it to free women out of prisons and abandon the policy of exclusion against its own people, he says.
Iraqi flags were raised during the sit- in, in addition to Arab tribal flags. / End