Abdul Razzaq: People with brown skin are subject to discrimination

Baghdad-ALSharqiya, July 5: The chairs ’program highlighted the discrimination against black skin owners in Iraq, which has often reached the point of deprivation of education and work. The head of the Black Skin Sons gathering from Basra, Abdul Hussein Abdul-Razzaq, said in the chairs’ game that people with skin The black people in Iraq remain silent about their rights for fear of being held accountable, because there is no legal cover to protect them and acknowledge their existence.

For his part, member of the Commission for Human Rights, Ali Al-Bayati, affirmed that the fairness of this segment needs actual moves at the political and social level in order to introduce the rights of the brown skinned people.


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