Hazem Al-Araji: Basra's cafes must be closed and girls' work forbidden

Basra-ALSHARQIYA   April  22 : Hazem Al-Araji, representative of the head of the Sadrist movement in Basra, called for the closure of cafes in Basra and other governorates and for girls to be prevented from working in them.
Al-Araji said in a speech to him that these cafes have turned into a hotbed for drugs and fornication and must be closed because they are contrary to the social norm.


The relatives of the martyr Ihab Al-Wazni demanded via Al-Sharqiya News to reveal the killers of the martyr Al-Wazni within 24 hours

The Dutch diplomatic mission in Iraq condemned in the strongest terms the brutal killing of the activist Ihab Al-Wazni

The British ambassador to Iraq, Stephen Hickey, said that attacks targeting activists in Iraq are unacceptable