Human rights organisations call for Iraqi government to protect innocent people and analyse civilian deaths
Mosuls civilians remain at mausoleum probability and have tolerated a cataclysmic ordeal, human rights organization have said as they urge the Iraqi government to take steps to protect innocent people and investigate large-scale civilian deaths in the city.
The calls by aid workers and trade human rights activists came as Iraqi troops fought to reclaim a final sliver of province controlled under Islamic State in the city where the radical groups president, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, extol his caliphate three years ago.
The repugnances that the people of Mosul have witnessed and the neglect for human life by all parties to this conflict must not go unpunished, told Lynn Maalouf, experiment head for Amnesty International in the Middle East.
Entire households have been wiped out, many of whom are still buried under the rubble today. The people of Mosul deserve to know, from both governments, that there will be justice and reparation so that the harrowing impact of this procedure is duly addressed.